Book reviews: Fiction, non-fiction books examine war, character, choice
Chris Cleave and Nathaniel Philbrick, two more Literary Sojourn favorites, bring super starts for your summer reading. Both have written books about people chiseled by war and shaped by character and choice and chance.
Book Review: New Novels Great Gift Ideas for Mom
This book review of "The Nest," by Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney and “Eligible: A Modern Retelling of Pride and Prejudice,” by Curtis Sittenfeld is written by Christ Painter, the library director at Bud Werner Memorial Library. This review was originally was published in Steamboat Today.
April 2016 Staff Picks
Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words. ~Robert Frost. April staff picks celebrate the poetry of words and emotion.
We love language: we love its malleability, its diversity, its utility, the ability it provides to speak to one another across millennia… and we savor the work of wordsmiths who elevate language to artform.
This month, in celebration of language, we’re sharing with you our favorite poetry, meditations on language, and the masterful writers who make reading accessible to young people. Enjoy!
Book review: "My Name is Lucy Barton" by Elizabeth Strout
This book review of "My Name is Lucy Barton," by Elizabeth Strout is written by Jamie Burgess, a bookseller and barista at Off the Beaten Path. This review was originally was published in Steamboat Today.