Farm by Joanne Ramos

Imagine an exclusive place that caters to the rich who cannot have their own children. Here at Golden Oaks, surrogates live under constant watch and scrutiny to deliver healthy babies to clients at a premium cost! What could go wrong? Oh, my!

Biloxi by Mary Miller

novel about an ordinary man, recently divorced and recently retired, learning to live alone. When Louis accepts a dog from a man who says his wife is allergic he is basically saved from being lonely. He then finds himself in a bit of trouble when the wife wants the dog back and discovers that Louis may have an inheritance coming to him.
This is a nice read and a reflection of a man on his own after having been cared for by women all his life.

There There by Tommy Orange

This book got such a lot of attention last year and had been on my list for awhile. For me this was a very depressing and sad novel about the plight of Native Americans living in Oakland. The only positive thing I could take away was a family that had been torn apart by poverty and alcohol got reconnected, albeit through a tragedy, that happened at a Pow-Wow. If the author wanted to show the reader that Native Americans fare no better in the cities than on reservations, then he was successful. If the author wanted to depict that Native Americans need to stay connected to their past and rely on each other to remember and pass on stories of the past, he was successful. Otherwise it was just a really sad sad story.

Stalker by Lars Kepler

A pulse pounding, heart stopping, Swedish thriller. Very good!

Extraordinary life of Sam Hell by Robert Dugoni

What a great story! Born with red eyes, Sam Hill was bullied in school and soon became known as Sam Hell. His mother, a devout Catholic, told him he was destined to have an extraordinary life. Much loved by his parents and two best friends, he did grow up to be a good person despite all the bullying. The lesson, if there is one after enjoying all of Sam's ups and downs, is never give up. I recommend this book!

LibraryReads List March 2019

Announcing the
March 2019

LibraryReads list!
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March's LibraryReads Favorite is: My Lovely Wife
by Samantha Downing