Yohan is a broken young man with both bittersweet and painful memories from his childhood and his experiences in the Korean War. In an attempt to start a new life he leaves Korea for Brazil where he doesn’t know the language or anyone living there.
It’s a chick-lit mystery with some history, written collaboratively by more than 20 local authors as part of the community novel project of the library. Meet the authors at the Book Launch on Sunday, Sept. 8 from 3-5 pm. Purchase a copy of SpeakEasy for $6 in the Booktique during or after the Book Launch, online at amazon.com, or download the book or audiobook for free.
Pivot Point by Kasie West Addie lives with her parents on a secret compound of people with paranormal abilities. Her power is the ability to tell her own future by doing a “search” in her mind. When she needs to make a choice, Addie can see her two possible futures and feel like she’s actually […]
Buckle up and prepare for a scary ride in NOS4A2 by Joe Hill, the son of Stephen King. And oh, this story is so haunting it’s got to make a proud father out of him. Find out what weird, scary characters and places await readers of this novel; watch this video book review.
Brett Bohlinger’s life hasn’t exactly turned out the way she had planned with some of her dreams being cast aside. Through the disappointment Brett’s mother has always been by her side until her mother’s untimely death. Brett is grief stricken and feels alone, but beyond the grave Brett’s mother has one last gift for her daughter.
The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater Blue is irritated that she is the only person in her family without psychic powers, but she does have a strange talent and a mysterious curse. Her presence makes other people’s powers stronger, which makes her valuable to her family and other people trying to channel magic. Her curse […]