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Flu Review - Trust by Hernan Diaz

In "Trust", Hernan Diaz crafted the perfect classic American novel - which honestly took me by surprise as I generally find Wall Street talk boring. However, my eye kept coming back to this book, and I am so glad that I gave it a chance. This book…

eMaterials Available with Your Library Card!

September is National Library Card Sign-Up Month! Did you know that a WCPL library card gives you access to SO MUCH MORE than just our physical collections? Not only can you check out books and cds, movies and video games, but you can also access all of the library’s online resources as well! The library has many different online resources available for its patrons. If you enjoy reading eBooks or…

Flu Review - The Cruel Prince by Holly Black

 

I'm a bit on the fence about this book. On one hand, I enjoyed the fairie world, the unique characters, and the action. On the other hand, I detest bullies, I hate that violence was the go-to for so many of the characters, and…

Flu Review - Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi

So I came to Shatter Me with an open mind and I tried to avoid the reviews because so many of them are negative. I've enjoyed "hated" books before I thought, I could like this one. When I started reading the book, I read the author's note that…

Flu Review - The War Librarian by Addison Armstrong

The War Librarian follows the narration between two women: Emmaline a librarian during WWI and Kathleen a new Naval Academy plebe in 1976. . Emmaline is one of the first war librarians to serve overseas in France. She works at a hospital,…

Hoopla Bonus Borrows are Back for August 2022!

Just in time for Back to School, Hoopla has announced that Bonus Borrows will return for August 2022!  For the uninitiated, Hoopla’s Bonus Borrows collection is a set of books, audiobooks, comics and more that can be borrowed without…

Flu Review - The Woman with Two Shadows by Sarah James

 

I just find this book to be meh at best, and infuriating at worst. I, personally,…

Flu Review - Part of Your World by Abby Jimenez

 

Wow! What a great read. Abby Jimenez tackles the harsh topic of abuse (including mental and emotional abuse) and does it with such grace and dignity. She never romanticizes the abuse and constantly advocates for therapy and…

Flu Review - The Falcon's Eyes by Francesca Stanfill

The Falcon's Eyes is what I would consider to be the perfect book. The characters, setting, plot, vernacular, and emotion of the book set it apart from other historical novels. While the book is called a novel of Eleanor of Aquitaine, it follows…

Flu Review - Juniper and Thorn by Ava Reid

Loved, loved, loved this book. As soon as I saw the cover, I knew that I needed to read this story, and the author did not disappoint. Juniper and Thorn was this hauntingly beautiful fairy tale, that had equal parts creepy and whimsy.…

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