Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Top 5 in 2016 (so far): Librarian M's Quick Bests of the Year

Librarian M has a snappy look at the best of the year so far (according to her)!


Subtly engrossing book about the world of adults as viewed by kids.

The Lie Tree by Frances Hardinge (see our full review here)
Touches on so much, including: women in science, obsession with a project to the detriment to one’s own life, and the notion of truth.

A book about taking a good, hard look at oneself and dealing with the consequences.

Magical realism with touches of the horrific. Perfect if you’re in a weird mood.

Religious fervor run amok in 13th-century France makes for a thrilling read.

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