It Ended Badly: Thirteen of the Worst Breakups in History

Jennifer Wright
We've all endured breakups, it's a constant in the equation of the human condition. And more than a few of us have had bad, desperate, and, in hindsight, embarrassing reactions to brutal breakups. Well, at least nothing can be as destructive or as embarrassing as the reactions of these famous individuals. ...

Review by Colleen M. »

It Ended Badly: Thirteen of the Worst Breakups in History

Jennifer Wright
We've all endured breakups, it's a constant in the equation of the human condition. And more than a few of us have had bad, desperate, and, in hindsight, embarrassing reactions to brutal breakups. Well, at least nothing can be as destructive or as embarrassing as the reactions of these famous individuals. ...

Review by Colleen M. »

Raymie Nightingale

Kate DiCamillo
Absolutely wonderful. You need to get this book. Call us and we will put it on hold for you.... 932-8503 ...

Review by Michele R. »

The Good Fight: How World War Ii Was Won

Stephen E Ambrose
One of our patrons suggested this book. (Thanks!) It is every bit as wonderful as they said! Timeline, photos, Quick Facts, maps and more make this an excellent reference source as well as an interesting read. ...

Review by Michele R. »

The Girl on the Train: a Novel

Paula Hawkins
Artfully written, this best seller has sold 3 million copies in the U.S. alone! The story centers around the recently divorced, obsessed, bitter alcoholic named Rachel Watson. Her husband leaves her for his mistress when the mistress becomes pregnant, a slap in the face to Rachel who's alcoholism is partially fueled by her infertility. ...

Review by Colleen M. »

Never Let Me Go

Kazuo Ishiguro
Never Let Me Go is Kazuo Ishiguro's first foray into science ...

Review by Colleen M. »

The Damned

Tarn Richardson
Fans of Ian Tregillis and Patrick Rothfuss will enjoy this dark alternative history, where the Catholic Inquisition keeps a low but menacing profile in World War I-era Europe. Poldek Tacit is an Inquisitor, a hulking ape of a man that keeps his sentimentalism hidden, who is responsible for investigating and bringing to justice the...

Review by Amy B. »

Fortune Smiles: Stories

Adam Johnson
This is an intriguing collection of stories, all powerfully driven by character, dialogue, and the author's own clear mastery of the short story genre. The stories within explore very personal issues, mostly of struggles and small triumphs. ...

Review by Amy B. »

Attack on Titan 1

Hajime Isayama
The remains of humanity "live", trapped in a three-walled city. What do they fear? Titans, giant humanoid creatures who do not seem to think for themselves, and always act aggressively. But after a century of sharing the planet with each other, most humans have become complacent. ...

Review by Amy B. »

Citizenfour

Laura Poitras
The question was put to Mr Snowden by Laura Poitras the film director and producer " why did he take the handle "citizenfour" and he stated that he wasn't the first and wouldn't be the last person to come forward". ...

Review by Christopher S. »