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LibraryReads List April 2017

Announcing the
April 2017

LibraryReads list!
You voted, we counted, and 
April's LibraryReads Favorite is: Anything Is Possible A Novel
by Elizabeth Strout
(Random House)

“Strout does not disappoint with her newest work. Her brilliant collection takes up where her novel, My Name is Lucy Barton, leaves off.The chapters read like short stories with Lucy Barton as the thread that runs between them. The characters populate Amgash, Illinois and their stories are woven together carefully and wonderfully. No one captures the inner workings of small town characters better than Strout. Written to be read and enjoyed many times, I highly recommend for readers of fine literary fiction.” -Mary Vernau, Tyler Public Library, Tyler, TX

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Dark Tower by Stephen King

I heard that the movie "The Dark Tower" was going to be released this summer so I thought I'd get busy and read King's series, beginning with the first book "The Gunslinger". My goodness that man can certainly tell a story. I'm on the second book already and yes it is as good as the first!  I have it from a reliable source that all 7 books are as good.

Anyone have any idea if the movie will be a part of a series of movies like the books?