Public library staff across the nation have spoken! Congratulations to all the books selected for the September 2018 LibraryReads Top Ten List!
Night and Silence (#4)
By Seanan McGuire
“Toby is back in this latest installment of the October Daye series. Still reeling and recovering from the events of the last book, Toby and company are laying low. When her human daughter goes missing (again), Toby embarks on a twisty-turny race against time to find her. A solid entry and good choice for libraries with a strong demand for fantasy and urban fantasy.” —Mei-Ling Thomas, Rochester Hills Public Library, Rochester, MI
Lake Success: A Novel (#6)
By Gary Shteyngart
“Shteyngart delivers another painfully funny novel about ambition, disappointment, and the darker side of the American dream. For fans of witty, offbeat, satirical humor.” —Jennifer Alexander, St. Louis County Public Library, St. Louis, MO
Hitting the Books (#10)
By Jenn McKinlay
“McKinlay’s Lindsay Norris is back for another adventure in Briar Creek. As a fellow librarian, I appreciate her spot on observations of the library world. An upbeat cozy mystery with great characters and strong sense of place. For fans of the Aurora Teagarden mysteries and the Isabel Dalhousie mysteries.” —Carly Budzynski, Salem Public Library, Salem, VA
For more information about the program, or to learn how to vote for your favorite upcoming books, visit LibraryReads.org. And, don’t forget, voting for the October LibraryReads list ends 8/20!