Did you read The Girl on the Train? Want more from Irma Joubert?
Check out her newest novel — Child of the River.
“Persomi’s close relationship with her older brother Gerbrand and her fragile friendship with Boelie Fourie — heir to the Fourie farm and fortune — are her lifeline and her only connection to the outside world. When Gerbrand leaves the farm to fight on the side of the Anglos in WWII and Boelie joins an underground network of Boer nationalists, Persomi’s isolated world is blown wide open. But as her very small world falls apart, bigger dreams become open to her — dreams of an education, a profession, a native country that values justice and quality, and of love.”
Did you like the Books of the Infinites trilogy — Prophet — Judge — King?
Don’t miss one of R.J. Larson’s newest fantasy novels: DownFallen.
“Corban Thaenfall of Siphra is a fugitive from justice, separated by his own crimes from the woman he loves. Desperate to find peace for his warring soul, he resolves to make amends. But when he impulsively joins a fight to protect a family from mercenaries, Corban realizes that he risks his life and the chance to beg forgiveness for his crimes.
Matteo of Arimna longs to repay his enemies for the massacre that nearly destroyed his family and Darzeq’s royal dynasty. But with the realm of Darzeq in chaos and all loyalties suspected, he and his cousin, Anji, must depend upon a renegade nobleman to help them reach safety.”
Check out some of our techie type books — great for beginners experiencing techie trauma, or those who want to geek out and learn more about coding.
He’s at it again with his newest creation, The Curse of Crow Hollow!
This book hops out of here regularly, so come and check it out as soon as you can! Not convinced? Last year another book of his, The Devil Walks in Mattingly, was the most borrowed book of 2015!
“… recalls Flannery O’Connor with its glimpses of the grotesque and the supernatural. The story unwinds slowly and with a convincing voice that draws the reader deep into the unexplainable.”
– BookPage for The Devil Walks in Mattingly
Check out Billy Coffey’s website to check him out, or come to the library to check out his other books!
A handful of ©2015 new research books have been added to the library — something to keep in mind when you’re researching for your next paper or project.
The At Issue Series provides a wide range of opinions on individual social issues with each volume offering a variety of perspectives – eyewitness accounts, governmental views, scientific analysis, newspaper and magazine accounts, and many more – to illuminate the issue. Extensive bibliographies and annotated lists of relevant organizations point to sources for further research.
The ailments and conditions that afflict people today can be confusing, disturbing, and painful – both emotionally and physically. The Diseases & Disorders Series provides clear, careful explanations that offer readers and researchers insight into what these conditions are, what causes them, how people live with them, and the latest information about treatment and prevention. All volumes in the series include primary and secondary quotations, annotated bibliographies, detailed indexes, and lists of organizations to contact for additional information.
Did you like The Divergent Trilogy, or The Hunger Games series?
Have you read The Uglies or The Last Survivors series?
If you liked those, you’ll love Lisa T. Bergren‘s lastest series: Remnants.
“Destined since birth to act as humanity’s last hope, a group of gifted teens called the Remnant begin their mission to course-correct humanity, one person at a time. But as soon as they begin to move, so do their enemies, placing the entire world in peril.”