Category Archives: book reviews

Book Review: A Borrowed Man by Gene Wolfe

What if you could check out your favorite authors from your local library and take them home to chat? Not just their books… the actual authors themselves. In author Gene Wolfe’s 2015 science fiction, mystery novel, A Borrowed Man, accomplishing … Continue reading

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Book Review: Battle lines: A graphic history of the Civil War, by Ari Kelman and Jonathan Fetter-Vorm

Battle Lines opens with the battle that is considered the beginning of the Civil War, the Battle of Fort Sumter where the only casualties were caused not by actual combat but by accidental canon fire. The book details how the rocky … Continue reading

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Book Review: Pickle-The (Formerly) Anonymous Prank Club of Fountain Point Middle School by Kim Baker

Pickle-The (Formerly) Anonymous Prank Club of Fountain Point Middle School by Kim Baker and illustrated by Tim Probert Pickle is a story about a club that forms with mischief in mind but along the way becomes more about friendship and … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Primal Screamer, by Nick Blinko

Written by Nick Blinko of the 1980s UK anarcho-punk band Rudimentary Peni, The Primal Screamer is a semi-autobiographical gothic horror novel about Nathaniel “Nat” Snoxell, a deeply troubled young man living in a small village outside London in the 1980s. … Continue reading

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I’ve been hearing a lot about feminism recently and I was wondering if the library has any books on that topic. Especially newer books.

Feminism is a movement that has been quickly coming back into light in the past few years. While this brings on a debate as to whether we are still part of the third wave feminist movement (1990’s) or starting a … Continue reading

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