2015 Favourites in Pictures

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If you’ve ever doubted your own definition of what feminism is, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s speech will give you a much clearer perspective of its true meaning.

DSC00576Addictive, sexy and romantic. Before We Were Strangers guarantees an unforgettable second-chance romance that will have you rereading this book until you know the characters like your life-long friends.

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This book left me with a sense of emptiness for the characters that I’ve come to know for years. I’m sorry to see them go, but Ms. Meyer gave me the ending that I wanted and more.

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Night Owls reminded me of what made me fall in love with YA novels. It has a sweet romance and lovely characters that I won’t be able to forget for a long time.

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Science Fiction for the rest of us! I’m sure Mr. Cline didn’t intend it that way, but I felt like these books are the kind of Science Fiction I can really get into! It was never boring or dry with characters that are far from clinical.

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Rainbow Rowell’s stock continues to rise. Carry On proves that this woman’s imagination and writing chops know no bounds. She breathed new life to a fanfiction side-story that has no business being a full-length novel. This woman is amazing!