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I Like Big Books*

I have a soft spot in my heart for tomes.  Big, meaty books a thousand pages long.  It’s even better if that first thick volume is followed by several others.  308 more words

The Weekly Round Up #1

Here’s a weekly round up of the books I’ve managed to read this week.

Harold and Maude – Colin Higgins

From Goodreads:

Nineteen-year-old Harold Chasen is obsessed with death.

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Book Review

– Barátom, – mondta – ez gyásznapként vonul be az emberiség történelmébe.

Ken Follett: Évszázad-trilógia

Megállapíthatjuk, hogy Follett e három kötetből álló trilógiája gigantikus mestermű. Ponyva jellegéből fakadóan bárkihez közelebb hozza a világtörténelem kissé bonyolult és kusza eseményeit, emellett átfogó képet ad a 20. 512 more words

A Huszadik Század

Book Lover, Party of One; Why Reading Is Like Dating

I can’t quite do it yet.

I need some space.

Before I’m ready.

It’s like that with great loves.

This one has been with me for years. 559 more words


Heard at the Circulation Desk - Do you have audio books?

Yes!  The Library has an excellent collection of audio books.  We have audio books on CD as well as our digital audio collection on eMedia.  The talking books in the Library can be borrowed for three weeks and are renewable once.  186 more words

The Heart Of The Library

The Intel: Luca Di Fulvio

Here it comes, rattling over the Brooklyn Bridge, accompanied by a sumptuous Ennio Morricone score — it’s The Boy Who Granted Dreams Blog Tour. It’s stopping here for the day at Crime Thriller Fella, to get a thorough examination at our own version of Ellis Island, before moving on for a full and happy life on your Device. 1,404 more words


Banks Don't Change!

A Dangerous Fortune

by Ken Follett

Banks and bankers are in the news a lot. Usually it’s bad news: the directors and presidents get obscene bonuses; they manipulate the tax system; they crash and leave millions of people out of pocket. 453 more words

Writing And Publishing