April 2017 LibraryReads

Spring has officially sprung and with its sunshine and warm weather also comes some fantastic reads. Fall in love with the charactors and relationships that number one bestselling author Elizabeth Strout reveals in her powerful new novel, travel back in time with Julie McElwain and her Heroine Kendra Donovan who will do anything to save her one true love from the clutches of death, and be transported to another world in Sylvain Neuvel’s debut novel Walking Gods.

Strout, Elizabeth. Anything Is Possible. Random. ISBN 9780812989403. $27; ebk. ISBN 9780812989427. F
See review: LJ 4/1/17

Backman, Fredrik. Beartown. Atria. ISBN 9781501160769. $26.99; ebk. ISBN 9781501160783. F
See LJ’s review: LJ 4/1/17

Neuvel, Sylvain. Waking Gods. Del Rey: Ballantine. (Themis Files, Bk. 2). ISBN 9781101886724. $28; ebk. ISBN 9781101886731. SF
See LJ’s starred review: ow.ly/1p9G30a0tLn

Anything is PossibleEberlen, Kate. Miss You. Harper. ISBN 9780062460226. $25.99; ebk. ISBN 9780062460240. F
See LJ’s review: LJ 4/1/17

Shreve, Anita. The Stars Are Fire. Knopf. ISBN 9780385350907. $26.95; ebk. ISBN 9780385350914. F
See LJ’s starred review: ow.ly/sbKt30a0uxK

Akkad, Omar El. American War. Knopf. ISBN 9780451493583. $26.95; ebk. ISBN 9780451493590. F
See LJ’s starred review: ow.ly/ZvCU30a0uEC

Grann, David. Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI. Doubleday. ISBN 9780385534246. $28.95; ebk. ISBN 9780385534253. SOC SCI
See LJ’s starred review: ow.ly/Wzw530a0vcK

Kostova, Elizabeth. The Shadow Land. Ballantine. ISBN 9780345527868. $28. F
See LJ’s starred review: ow.ly/9ylu30a0vuB

McElwain, Julie. A Twist in Time. Pegasus. ISBN 9781681773643. $25.95; ebk. ISBN 9781681773971. F
See LJ’s review: ow.ly/qjcb30a0vCA

Torjussen, Mary. Gone Without a Trace. Berkley. ISBN 9780399585012. pap. $16; ebk. ISBN 9780399585029. F
See LJ’s starred review: ow.ly/JaZ230a0vR5

Created by a group of librarians, LibraryReads offers a monthly list of ten current titles culled from nominations made by librarians nationwide as their favorites. See the April 2017 list at ow.ly/Rbkn30a9slN and contact libraryreads.org/for-library-staff/ to make your own nomination.

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