Posts Tagged fantasy

New Books are Rolling in Again!

It’s been a little while since we’ve had a lot of new books to be excited about. Here’s some that I think seem interesting.

Likely Story is about a teenage girl that thinks the soaps her mom stars in are unrealistic. She talks about it on her blog and gets hired to write her own. Trouble with friends, her new job, and her mom ensues.

Seventeen year old Memer has grown up in a town where reading and books are considered evil but her family feels otherwise. With the arrival of a poet and his wife the town is called upon to rebel against the system underwhich it is ruled. The book Voices by Ursula K. Le Guin is one of two new books ordered to the library so if you like this one check out her other called Powers.

Come by the New Books shelf outside the teen room. We’ve narrowed it down to the newest of the new.

– BETH!

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A New Book Related to a Previous New Book

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I don’t know how many of you read up about the new books we have coming into the library but a little bit ago we posted about a book called Magic Bites by Ilona Andrews.  Hopefully some of you came by and checked out this book that’s a cool new twist on fantasy. Haven’t checked it out yet? Scroll down to our previous post on it!

For those of you that read it and loved it we got in the sequel Magic Burns. Critics say, “Fans of urban fantasy wil delight in Ilona Andrew’s alternate-universe Atlanta.” 

If you like Laurell K. Hamilton or Patricia Briggs, these books are worth looking at.

If you like CSI or The X-Files, you might also like these books.

So come by the teen room and look at the new book shelf right outside to check out both of these books by Ilona Andrews, an up-and-coming fantasy author.

 

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More New Books

For our fantasy lovers….   Magic Bites by Ilona Andrews. But this one has a mystery twist. The heroine Kate fights off supernatural bad guys in an other-worldly Atlanta.

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If you’re looking for something a little more traditional with a new twist try Gareth Hinds’ graphic novel version of Merchant of Venice. The story is originally written by Shakespeare. It has love and cross dressing and close close close male friendship. Definitely worth reading.

Come check them out!

– BETH!

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