Dogtripping by David Rosenfelt

dogtrippingAnyone who loves dogs will appreciate this book. The author usually writes wonderful mysteries. This is a true story of how he, his wife, and 11 volunteers transport 25 rescue dogs from California to Maine in 3 RVs. A wonderful undertaking and a fun read. Cherry Hill Library patron LD

The 100 Year Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson

100yearoldClever and quirky–a 100 year old man “escapes” from a nursing home and embarks on an exciting adventure. His back story reads like Forrest Gump. Very entertaining. Cherry Hill Library patron LD

The Traitor’s Wife by Allison Pataki

traitorsThis is a historical novel about Benedict Arnold and his wife. It tells the story behind their plots to help the British during the Revolutionary War, told through the eyes of a lady’s maid. Very compelling. Don’t be turned off by the term historical novel. Beautifully written. Cherry Hill Library patron LD

A Feast for Crows (Book 4- A Song of Ice and Fire) by George RR Martin

feastcrA must read for all Game of Thrones fans! Book 4 follows only half of our favorite characters; the rest return in Book 5. Although it is disappointing that we only get to see some of the characters, this book is still filled with surprises and page-turning suspense. Cherry Hill Library patron DC

A Storm of Swords (Book 3- A Song of Ice & Fire) by George RR Martin

stormswordsA must read for all Game of Thrones fans! Book 3 in the series has many surprises for the reader and continues the tradition that no character is safe. Cherry Hill Library patron DC

Wonder by RJ Palacio

wonderWonder is great for all ages (10-adult). It will make you laugh in parts and cry in others. Read it yourself for enjoyment or with your kids to open up conversations about acceptance, bullying, and being different. You’ll finish the book with a “feel good” mood and you’ll ask yourself, “Who can i share this book with next?” Cherry Hill Library patron DC

We Were Liars by B. Lockhart

weliarsThere seems to be a lot of buzz about this book and I believe a reader could either love it or hate it. I thought her writing style was not very engaging, like she was leaving too many things out. I wonder if this was done on purpose knowing now how it ends.Cherry Hill Library patron MM


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