Union Township Branch Library Customers – Most Awesome Books

awesomebooksUnion Township library customers have been very busy this summer, not only going on vacations and enjoying leisure time with family and friends but also reading or listening to books.  During the month of July  customers were asked to tell staff about their most awesome book.  Please check out the list of books our customers told us about.  Maybe they will become your “Most Awesome Books”.

Adult Books:

The Skin Game by Jim Butcher – “a continuation of a great series”

Last Light (Restoration Series) by Terri Blackstock – “This book is amazing.  It tells the story of a family living during a time when the world as we know it is gone.  No power, no communication, nothing.  Must read the entire series.”

Hogfather by Terry Pratchett – “Satire that makes you really think about the origins of Christmas”

The Killing Kind and Bad Men by John Connelly

Killer Angels by Michael Sharra – “It told the story about the battle of Gettysburg”

Atlas Shrugged by Ayan Rand – “it shows what would happen if the government took control of everything”. “it changed my way of thinking”

Home from the Sea by Mercedes Lackey – “favorite type of story. Very detailed”

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams – “Great! Mostly Harmless”

Sula by Toni Morrison

The Awakening Land by Conrad Richter – “It was about the first settlements of Ohio.  It was made into a movie, starring Elizabeth Montgomery.  Love It”

Slammed by Colleen Hoover – “The different emotions it brought out in the story and how love works.”

Safe Haven by Nicholas Sparks – “Katie was trying to escape from an abusive life and found a place to start over.  She found love of a family that she’d never had before.  A page turner”

How management perceive disabled workers by Dr. John Scodd – “I wrote it”

Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz – “I just thought it was a very interesting story.  He is a great story teller”

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen – “an incredible author and has a very neat flow of writing that allows you to feel and know her characters”

Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman – “the parallel, invisible, underground London was so vivid that I found myself looking closer to those ‘invisible’ people in the city and expecting a glimpse of magic

Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer – “It talked about surviving on Mt. Everest”

Winter Garden by Kristin Hannah 

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