July 2017 Staff Picks

“Literature is my Utopia. Here I am not disenfranchised. No barrier of the senses shuts me out from the sweet, gracious discourses of my book friends. They talk to me without embarrassment or awkwardness.” ―Helen Keller

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Book reviews: Audiobooks great for the road

Summertime is the time for the family road trip, and what better way to see the country than from the back of a car with an audiobook playing inside. This book review was written by Chris Erickson, manager of Off The Beaten Path . This review was originally published in Steamboat Pilot.

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Book review: Colm Toibin’s novel ‘House of Names’ offers new twist on classic Greek tragedy

This book review was written by Jenna Meier-Bilbo is a bookseller at Off the Beaten Path Bookstore. This review was originally published in Steamboat Pilot

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Book review: ‘American Eclipse’ a captivating read

Still wondering if you should head to Wyoming to witness the total solar eclipse this summer? Science journalist David Baron's suspenseful tale of "nature's grandest spectacle" that crossed the Wild West in 1878 will seal the deal for your Aug. 21 road trip. This review was originally published in Steamboat Pilot.

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Book review: Sci-fi novel, ‘Dark Matter,’ asks ‘what if?’

This book review was written by Alysa Selby, digital services librarian at the Bud Werner Memorial Library. This review was originally published in Steamboat Pilot.

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