PIs, Librarians, Dystopias, Dogs, & Loser Porn | What We’re Reading

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This week the “What We’re Reading” team members from LJ/School Library Journal & Junior Library Guild range far and wide in fiction realms, from a utopian society with a dark side to Long Island and NYC to Loserland to WWII France to Los Angeles.

October 2016 LibraryReads

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The October LibraryReads list includes historical fiction from Paulette Jiles, the latest installment of Tana French’s “Dublin Murder Squad” series, Brit Bennett’s dazzling debut, and, from Charlaine Harris, the first Aurora Teagarden mystery in more than a decade. Interested in getting involved in LibraryReads, the monthly list of what librarians are loving? No problem! LibraryReads […]

CRUSH edited by Cathy Alter & Dave Singleton | LJ Review

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This solid, legitimate anthology that reflects on a compelling and universal phenomenon will put readers back in touch with their younger selves

Books for the Masses | Editors’ Picks BEA 2014

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LJ‘s review editors braved the crowds at BookExpo America to find this fall’s most intriguing and memorable reads.

Xpress Reviews: Audiobooks | First Look at New Books, November 22, 2013

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Historical fiction from Higginbotham, a well-crafted mystery from Hurwitz, fans of “Bourne” might want to try SYLO, Picoult is a Perfect Match for readers, Roberts’s fans will want Chesapeake Blue, Wolitzer is highly recommended

Q&A: Jodi Picoult | On Being a Storyteller

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Author Jodi Picoult talks with LJ about her new novel, The Storyteller, and each person’s place in preserving history

Xpress Reviews: Fiction | First Look at New Books, February 1, 2013

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All-star attractions: the latest from Coben, Picoult, and Trout, plus a debut for readers of stories set in academia