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eolibrary

Joined May 2016

Bookmark? You mean Quitter Strip?
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One of our IT librarians is a huge fan of spooky thrillers, especially as we get closer to Halloween. She said if you're looking for a good "Who Dun It?" mystery, pick this book up today!

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The Silkworm | Robert Galbraith
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One of our Children's librarians stated that this book was "clever and entertaining". She suggests the audio version for a long car trip.

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The Girls: A Novel | Emma Cline
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Our IT Manager just finished this book and gave it 3/5 stars. She said, "If Ann Beattie wrote Helter Skelter, you'd have The Girls. Similar enough to the Manson girls to be disconcertingly inaccurate. The Girls feels like summer. It's hot and sticky and a good read. It's probably more interesting if you're not trying to match the characters to real life."

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What better time to read these old favorites or introduce them to a new generation? #pokelibrary

mangamaan211 Where is that 14mo
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The lives of the Barrett Family are torn apart when 14 year old Marjorie displays signs of acute schizophrenia...or is it a demonic possession?

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"Asia Ansari is adorable and I loved this book. I will admit to skimming parts about love in other countries and some of the dull bits. There was an old-fashioned quality to the book that I liked." - Adult Services Librarian

WanderingBookaneer I wrote on my review that I hadn't picked it up because I thought it was a comedian's rantings. I was pleased to see there was social logical research in it. Personally, I enjoyed the love and other countries bit; especially Dubai and Japan. 4y
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We're in love with this book!
Our Adult Librarian says: "I LOVED this book! Quite possibly my favorite that I've read this year. I felt like I was visiting this town. I got to know the characters and fell in love. I'm off to read Major Pettigrew's Last Stand!"

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The Nest: A Novel | Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney
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Our Adult Librarian gave a very comical and honest review: "What has happened to the close reading of a good editor? This story was good until it became a hot mess. Too much story crammed into too small a space. And whiny characters. Meh."

tnorris I've been hearing the same thing! Tempted to take my name off the wait list at the library... 4y
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The Loney: Costa Shortlisted 2015 | Andrew Michael Hurley
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Our of our Pages highly recommends this book!! Also, it was recently reviewed in the NY Times.

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Our IT Librarian, who handles our social media and #Makerspace, is enjoying this book on her #Overdrive app. (I think Halliday would be proud!) #JuneBookClub #LitsyBookClub #ebook #audiobook

LibrarianRyan It's just as good in iBooks as well. 4y
LibrarianRyan Our library had a waiting list. 4y
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It's a 10 star book in a 5 star world!

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Wolf Hall | Hilary Mantel
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One of our Circulation Librarians had just one word for this book: "FANTASTIC!"

Ms.Story At the top of my TBR pile!! Excited to see a "fantastic" review!! 4y
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Read the story before you watch the movie this weekend!

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Unbecoming | Jenny Downham
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Some readers may not connect with this story, while others may find it hits them right where they live... It all depends on your own life experience.

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Batman: Harley Quinn | Paul Dini, Neil Googe
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A great graphic novel to reintroduce Harley Quinn to her current and new fans!

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Salt to the Sea | Ruta Sepetys
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"Winter, 1945. Four teenagers. Four secrets." Each teenager is not hunted by a person, but by guilt, fate, shame or fear...

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According to the book jacket, the author has crafted a "bold and compelling reimagining of the iconic love story that will inspire and enthrall readers". And then the author apologizes in the foreword... What are your thoughts?

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At times I missed Tricia and our son,Linus,so much I became physically ill. But there is something magical about travel. In the weeks after you come home, the bad parts of a trip fade into the dark corners of your mind, leaving only the sunny days and delicious meals and happy times with new friends

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The Last Mile | David Baldacci
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One of our managers is currently listening to the audiobook. She says (and I quote), "I can't wait to hop in my truck every day! It's that good!"

Andrew65 I can relate to that! 3y
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One of our Circulation Librarians snagged this one at our annual book sale and is really enjoying it! #PleasantlySurprised

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Reader will wonder if the main character is male or female, and question if the answer truly matters.

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The Lies of Locke Lamora | Dogukan Akbulut
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One of our Reference librarians describes it as "Oceans 11 in a fantasy world!"

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