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Borrow for the holidays  – new non-fiction

Borrow for the holidays – new non-fiction

We have some amazing new non-fiction books for you to borrow over the holidays. Remember you can borrow up to 10 books.  Come in and visit us to borrow for the holidays and if you see anything you would like to reserve please email the library.   

Staff Reading : Fast paced sci-fi/fantasy, a little bit of romance, or maybe crime & mystery? We have it all.

Staff Reading : Fast paced sci-fi/fantasy, a little bit of romance, or maybe crime & mystery? We have it all.

Fast paced sci-fi/fantasy, a little bit of romance, sports bios,  or maybe crime & mystery is more your thing? Check out the following new fiction – something for everyone! Darwin Elevator Book 1 Dire Earth Cycle  Chuck Wendig interview with author. Zero World – 1st book in a series Read SFFWorld review Leviathan wakes – ‘The expanse’ … Continue reading

One Minute Critic Review: Burning Midnight

One Minute Critic Review: Burning Midnight

The One Minute Critic : reviews by students for students Burning Midnight by Will McIntosh reviewed by John Joe Abiad  Title: Burning Midnight Author: Will McIntosh Genre or Setting: future, fiction 3 words that describe your book: exciting, intriguing don’t-want-to-put-down. Who is your favourite character & why? David Sullivan because he is the owner of the … Continue reading

Zeroes by Scott Westerfeld

Zeroes by Scott Westerfeld

Title: Zeroes Author: Scott Westerfeld Genre: Sci-Fi Series: Yes book 1 of The Zeroes trilogy. Available in the library: Yes Would recommend: Yes Reviewed by Thomas O’Brien Scott Westerfeld’s most recent book, Zeroes is a true masterpiece of both literature and concept. An action-packed narrative of teenagers, twisted and broken by powers that aren’t all as brilliant … Continue reading