What is the Best Book You’ve Read This Summer? Final Chapter.

 

We love to talk about books, and so do our patrons! We have received so many great reading suggestions that we just had to keep the list going. Here are a few more:

 

Rosemary: The Hidden Kennedy Daughter by Kate Larson

Heartbreaking and illuminating, this will serve not only Kennedy fans but also those curious about the history of disabilities in the U.S. ~Booklist

If this looks like a book that you would like to read, click here to see if it is available or to place a hold.

First Comes Love by Emily Giffin

Fans of Giffin’s will find much to love in her chronicle of the rocky relationship between two disparate sisters 15 years after the death of their older brother, Daniel…This is Giffin at her finest-a fantastic, memorable story. ~PW

If this looks like a book that you would like to read, click here to see if it is available or to place a hold.

The Water Knife by Paulo Bacigalupi

Bacigalupi depicts a horrific would-be world, destroyed by climate change: the American Southwest has run out of water, and immense political instability is the result…Though the gory details may be hard to stomach for some, the horrific violence perpetrated against innocents in this lawless world is compellingly portrayed and, sadly, not unfathomable. Readers will find it hard to look at a glass of water the same way. ~Booklist

If this looks like a book that you would like to read, click here to see if it is available or to place a hold.

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