There are two kinds of readers: those who only read one book at a time and those who read multiple books at one time. Lately, it seems that we mostly employ the second kind.

We’d like to know what y’all are reading too! So, please feel free to let us know in the comments.

 

 Colonia (movie)

This was a very intriguing movie. It is sad to view events that have happen in this world that are so tragic because of corrupt governments and crazy cult leaders. This movie has both and mixed in with it is a love story. I give it five stars.

~Stunt Clerk #3

 

Anne’s house of dreams by L.M. Montgomery

Anne’s house of dreams is the fifth book in the Anne of Green Gables series. I have read these books several times over the years and they never fail to amuse and entertain me. I really love Anne’s house of dreams mainly because of the character Cornelia. The dialogue of her outrageous speeches makes me laugh out loud. Captain Jim is another rich character in the book that constantly has something interesting to say and also likes to rile up Ms. Cornelia. Pick up this book to see if you can be counted among the “race that knows Joseph,” you’ll have to read this fantastic tale to find out what this means.

~Stunt Clerk #3

Cinder by Marissa Meyer

This book is also part of a series called Lunar chronicles. The retelling of the Cinderella story. Set in the future where there is moon people with powers, and earth people create alliances. Cinder is a working mechanic on the streets of New Beijing. In the end she finds out who she really is. I read this because I am always interested in a new take on the classic fairy tales stories.

~Emma

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 Star-Crossed (TV Series)

“An epic Romeo and Juliet romance unfolds as an Atrian boy named Roman and a human girl named Emery encounter many dangers in their pursuit of love and peace between their species and each other.”

~Emma

Underground Airlines by Ben H. Winters

What if the Civil War had not been fought, and slavery still existed in the United States today? That’s the chilling premise of this book, which unfolds in a manner which makes me think of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale. More of a thriller than I usually read, but so far it’s a good read.

~Hannah

A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas

This is a retelling of Beauty and the Beast – placed in a faerie world, and modified, as all the best fairytale retellings are. While it’s shelved in the Teen section, adults may enjoy it as well. Definitely not for younger readers.

~Hannah

Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow

This biography is reportedly the one that inspired that musical you may have heard of. The book is about two inches thick, so I’ve been reading it for several months and am not even halfway through – it’s not a light read, to say the least! It’s also fascinating. There’s so much more to Alexander Hamilton than I realized, and of course he was also in the thick of one of the most interesting parts of U.S. history.

~Hannah

Drop Dead Diva: Season 1
Drop Dead Diva (TV series)

Originally a Lifetime series. It’s about an extremely shallow woman named Deb who died in a horrible accident. Her time wasn’t finished on earth, so the powers that be sent her back to make good of the rest of her life; only they put her in an entirely different body. This series deals with insecurities, body image and self-acceptance. I loved every second of watching this show. It’s available on Netflix.

~Candace

Rizzoli & Isles (TV series)

A Boston homicide detective and the Chief Medical Examiner work together to solve murders. It’s a basic ‘buddy cop’ series. Guess which one has a tortoise for a pet.

~Buffy the Netflix watcher

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