What We Read Week One

The Summer Reading has begun, and we’ve draw our first weekly prize winner.  Here is what we read to start the game:


  • We Were Liars by E. Lockhart

  • A Complicated Kindness by Miriam Toews
  • The Light Between Oceans by M.L. Stedman
  • Dreams of Joy by Lisa See
  • Salvation in Death by J.D. Robb
  • The Fall by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan
  • Mothers and Daughters
  • The Strain by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan
  • Counting by Sevens by Holly Goldberg Sloan

  • Fairy Tale Interrupted by RoseMarie Terenzio

  • No Great Mischief by Alistair MacLeod

  • The Princess Curse by Merrie Haskell

  • S.H.I.E.L.D. by Jim Steranko

  • Fallen Women by Sandra Dallas

  • The Woman Who Died A Lot by Jasper Fforde

  • Bet Me by Jennifer Crusie

  • Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card



2 thoughts on “What We Read Week One

  1. Customer Book Review “No Great Mischief” by Alistair MacLeod:
    The story of the MacDonald family was set into motion in 17797 when the patriarch, Calum, sailed in exile from Scotland and settled his large family in Cape Breton. 200 years later, the history still motivates and actions and relationships of the latest generation of MacDonalds in Cape Breton, particularly Alexander and his older brother Calum, who is a dying alcoholic.

  2. Customer Book Review “Fallen Women” by Sandra Dallas
    This novel is written about the 1800s. Sisters are estranged. One sister is murdered in a brothel. The other sister wants to find the killer and to understand why her sister became a prostitute. [A] life of a prostitute is ravaged by drugs, liquor and disease: wretched enough to take their own lives. Wages were too low for working women to support the family. They may have been disgraced or starving. Contrast between society, fine homes and the bad side of town. The older sister did good in her community, she took in deserted and beaten women and their children. A new science started to find the causes of people’s actions. A story about family relationships.

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