Did you know that you can suggest a book for the MEI Secondary Library? You can! And the books shown below were requested by a student and have been coming and going ever since.
It’s a classic. And it’s back by popular demand! If you want to have a say in what books are added to the MEI Secondary library, click HERE to suggest a book.
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“There are two chambers in every heart, one for Judas and one for John.” Years ago, a wise old woman spoke these words to Janeal Mikkado shortly before the Gypsy kumpaniawhere they lived was attacked. With her best friend about to be consumed by a fire, Janeal had two options: try to save her friend–at serious risk to her own life–or disappear with the million dollars that she had just discovered . . .
But the past Janeal thought had burned away is rising out of the ashes. Both the best friend and the boyfriend that she was sure were dead have reappeared in her life, as has someone who knows about the money. There’s a debt to be paid for the money she found, but there’s an even greater debt she must face–and if the chaff isn’t burned from her own heart, it will consume her.” — Amazon.ca
For those of you who have read and loved the Mistborn trilogy by Brandon Sanderson check out ELANTRIS. Here are Brandon’s own words about his award winning fantasy novel: “It’s always interesting to describe your book to people, since a novel like this—at 200,000 words—is going to mean very different things to different people. Tor classifies this book as an epic fantasy. I’m not sure if that’s actually the case. There is no quest in this book, nor is it about the end of the world. It takes place (as many of my books do) in one city, and is a mixture of political intrigue, interesting magic, and character dynamics. The setting is the city of Elantris and the surrounding suburbs. There’s a force in Arelon known as the Dor that randomly chooses people and grants them divine powers. Elantris was once the city of the gods, where anyone who was ‘chosen’ went to live. Ten years ago, the Elantrians lost their powers and caught a terrible disease instead. From that point on, Elantris became a prison city/contamination zone for any who caught that disease—for the Dor continues to choose people and curse them. The book follows the experiences of three people as they interact with the people of Elantris. Raoden, a prince, catches the disease in chapter one and is thrown into the city by his own father. Sarene, Raoden’s sight-unseen fiancee from a political treaty, arrives in the city and gets involved in schemes, troubles, and politics involving Elantris. Hrathen, a priest and missionary, is sent to convert the people of Arelon—and is told that if he fails, the people of the country will need to be killed instead. The three stories intertwine as the truth of what happened to Elantris, and its inhabitants, ten years ago is unearthed.