I really feel like I have to rate this book twice because it really is two books, one is the story of Afterworlds and the other is the story of its author, Darcy, and her struggle to edit it. For me, the story of Afterworlds was far more...
by Marie Lu
The premise of this book could have easily faltered and become cheesy and overwrought in the wrong hands. However, Marie Lu is such a talented writer that I bought it. She drew me into her world and I am along for the ride. Marie Lu is g...
by Cat Winters
Looking for a wonderful October read? This is the perfect YA book to read on a rainy night with a fire in the fireplace. The vibe Cat Winters creates in this book is the pitch perfect amount of spookiness. From the setting of San Diego i...
by Tahereh Mafi
This book started out promising but wore on me as I continued through the novel. Mafi's writing style is over stylized to the point of incomprehension. Her characters are trite and boring. The ending is a rip off. Bad. It was just bad.
New Books for September!
Library Events for September
At the beginning of this month, our main display will be all about Gamer Reads!
It is entitled "Game On - READ"
Whether it's RPG or FPS or some other kind. . . . .here are a few books you might like if you consider yourself a "gamer."
September 26, 2016
Miriam Aguliar, Christine Ellis, Katherine Ellis, Jacob Fewell, Erika Hernandez Gonzales, Hector Hernandez Gonzales, Penelope Johnson, Raymond Jones, Sierra Lopez, Evan Markham, Mathew Warman
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