Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Best Books of 2015: From the DFL Staff

Now that 2016 has begun, the staff at the Duxbury Free Library took one last look back at all the great stuff we read in 2015, and noted that ones we liked the best and/or stood out the most to us.

Picking just one favorite of everything we've read in a year is difficult, so here's a book that each staff member really liked, without having to necessarily call one book our favorite.

Beth: Carry On -- Rainbow Rowell
(check back for my review soon)

Carol S: Circling the Sun -- Paula McLain

Debbie: Falling from Horses -- Molly Gloss

Denise: The Remedy for Love -- Bill Roorbach

Jess: Fates and Furies -- Lauren Groff

"Hard to get into at first; once I got to the 
Furies part, total thumbs up"

Jody: A Memory of Violets -- Hazel Gaynor

Joy: The Shoemaker's Wife -- Adriana Trigiani

"It's long, but I'm really glad I stuck with it"

Judy: Did You Ever Have a Family -- Bill Clegg

Karen: Stay -- Victor Gischler

"Good, cute, fast-paced"

Kirsten: H is for Hawk -- Helen MacDonald

Lindsey: Outlander -- Diana Gabaldon

Nancy: Masterminds -- Gordon Korman

Rose: The Anchoress -- Robyn Cadwallader

Susan: Nature of the Beast -- Louise Penny

Suzanne: The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl -- Ryan North

Happy New Year! Keep reading, Beth

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