Book reviews

Author Nathan Lowell and More!

We have the award winning author Nathan Lowell on this week!  We chat with him about his books and life as a science fiction and fantasy author.  Nathan also shares a book recommendation of his own with us.  Dave talks about the impending Denver teacher strike and we all get a little fired up.  Amy, our Denver Librarian, calls in again this week!

Books recommended this week are: Even the Wingless by MCA Hogarth, When We Were Animals by Joshua Gaylord and American by Day by Derek B. Miller.

In “Library Corner” Amy recommends books about birdwatching based on last week’s read of William Shaw’s The Birdwatcher. She recommends:  The Big Year by Mark ObmascikSteve Burrows  “Birder Murder Mystery”, Christine Goff an author with five birder mysteries and the birder mysteries by Ann Cleves.  Also recommended is a memoir: H is for Hawk by Helen Macdonald.

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Book reviews

Doomsday Book, NY Trilogy, Quarter Share

In this episode, our heroes, Dave, Andrew and Laura, introduce themselves and talk a little bit about why they love reading, Dave gives out his cell phone number, Andrew compares himself to Jason Bourne and Laura speaks favorably about the apocalypse. What more can you ask for?

They also review three of their favorite books:  Quarter Share by Nathan Lowell, The Doomsday Book by Connie Willis and The New York Trilogy by Paul Auster.   Their pick for audiobook of the week is Tana French’s The Witch Elm read by the fantastic Paul Nugent.  They end this first episode with a discussion on some great books that will come out as movies in 2019.

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