Don’t have time to find something good to read? Peruse these one line book reviews of newly published and bestselling books and you will find a great read in no time:
A great historic and scientific exploration about how humans have found their way over time and how our brains developed because of it.
Discover what happens when librarians, books, and information enter a community.
The struggles are real in this book, but the writing keeps you rooting for the protagonist and her tenacious will to survive!
An inventive social and historical novel that follows the main character’s complicated journey of self-discovery with a fantastical twist.
This collection of brainy short stories—authored by a technical manual writer—provide meditative entertainment (yes, I believe this type of entertainment is possible!) and endless creativity.
Explore in-depth ethnographic research about social media antiheroes, their mindset, and the rise in addiction to experiencing extreme emotions.
Tells the story of finding a way to live an ambitious, fulfilling, and balanced life even when faced with surprising uncertainties.
Shows how fake news works and uncovers the length predators and their allies will go to hide their illegal behavior and silence victims.
Follow the great Wyoming sheriff on a murder investigation full of mysterious circumstances, mistaken identities, a wolf, and a dog named Dog.
Find out what it takes to expose the inner workings of government intelligence agencies in this clear, tight memoir which also makes a convincing argument about civil liberties on the Web.
Explore the mysteries of physical violence in families and the role of resiliency, independence, and self-determination in this masterfully written memoir.
A gripping murder mystery with a fantastical element that takes place in a university setting complete with secret societies, libraries, and beings beyond the veil.
Spare, engaging story about two foreign soldier-contractors in a foreign land who react to their duties–and the tragedy that occurs–in very different ways.
LeGuin doesn’t disappoint in these poignant essays about life and aging (essays are great reading for those short on time or attention span).
This well-researched history tells another story of Christopher Columbus and the quest of his son to seek order in the world through building a library.