LibraryReads is a monthly list of the top ten new books nominated by librarians around the country. As a librarian I can request digital copies of books before they are published, and I am one of the librarians who read and nominated Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel.
The September Library Reads booklist is here :
Finally, a hard to put down post-apocalyptic novel that isn’t bleak and violent. I don’t always enjoy books with multiple points of view that also move back and forward in time, but I loved this book. The main characters are all connected to Arthur Leander, who is performing as King Lear in Toronto as a flu epidemic is spreading around the globe. Later, we encounter the Symphony, a traveling orchestra and Shakespeare troupe traveling around western Michigan.
Lists from the last year are also available, making LibraryReads a great place to look for reading suggestions.
Found a new author and want to know which book to read first? Checking for recent titles from a favorite mystery author? Looking to see if a new book features your favorite character? Visit What’s Next: Books in Series to find out. Created by the Kent District Library in Ohio, this database tracks thousands of books in series, and creates printable lists that are easy to search.