WHAT I'VE READ SINCE I BECAME A LIBRARIAN

I started working at the library earlier this month and I love it 💕💘💞💖 These were all checked out from my local library!! (This is a repost from last night I apologize)
  1. Dark Matter by Blake Crouch
    I guess this could be classified as a sci fi thriller, which is definitely not my genre, but damn this book is hard to put down. The story is wild, but it's the humanity and character driven plot that made me love it.
  2. Sweetbitter by Stephanie Danler
    A coming of age story for your early 20s. This is my kind of book. It's literary fiction and at times I was slightly annoyed by the narrator, but that's allowed. Still a poignant novel that I finished in two days.
  3. Summer Days and Summer Nights: Twelve Love Stories
    I saw David Levithan, Nina LaCour, and Stephanie Perkins at an intimate reading in NY this summer and Stephanie read from someone else's story in this book. I loved it so I FINALLY picked it up last week. I'm not done yet, but so far most of the stories are great (and a couple have been disappointing).
  4. Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult
    (Pardon this beaten up library copy.) I just started this one tonight and can't decide how I feel about the constantly shifting narrative focus, but I can tell I'm going to have to finish it.