Eat and Run by Scott Jurek

Scott Jurek is one of the most decorated ultrarunners in the world. He is the 7-time consecutive winner of The Western States 100 Mile Endurance Run, holder of the 2015 speed record for the Appalachian Trail, 2-time consecutive winner of the 135-mile Badwater Ultramarathon, 3-time consecutive winner of the 152-mile Spartathon, and winner of the... Continue Reading →

The Anthropocene Reviewed by John Green

I really enjoyed John Green's other books like The Fault in Our Stars, Paper Towns, and Looking for Alaska. But The Anthropocene Reviewed is nothing like those. But that's a great thing! Green has really branched out and gone away from the young adult genre to bring us an adult essay-style feature. Green originally began... Continue Reading →

Venomous Lumpsucker by Ned Beauman

In the not-so-far future, animals are going extinct on an epic scale. Companies can buy and sell extinction credits that allow them to wipe out an animal species in their business pursuits. Activists and scientists are taking steps to preserve the DNA of as many species as they can before they are gone forever with... Continue Reading →

The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett

Twin sisters go separate ways when they are 16 years old. When their teenage daughters bring them together again will they be happy with the lives they chose? Desiree and Stella are from Mallard, a small town in the rural south that isn't on any map. It's a town of predominately black citizens who are... Continue Reading →

The Midnight Library by Matt Haig

Nora wants to die. She tries to die. But she ends up in a library at midnight. It's not a typical library though. Sure there are shelves. They're lined with books. There's even a librarian. But all of the books are about her. Every book is a life she could have lived. Every version of... Continue Reading →

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