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For all those who stalk up and down the aisles of the library in search for new books to read, I’ve made your work a little easier. Here are four of the latest releases that caught my eye at the Columbia Public Library.
In Twenty Thirty, author Albert Brooks constructs a not-so-rosy outlook of life in America in, you guessed it, 2030. Brooks weaves current issues into this fictional story about what happens when our nation’s big problems go unaddressed.
You know why this caught my eye. It’s George Clooney. And he’s on the cover with his shirt slightly unbuttoned. Those knowing eyes discreetly beckoned me to flip through the pages of his life and get to know him a little better…so I checked it out. If you want it, give me 7 days.
What would happen if some how an entire month of official records went missing? Would we know? Would we care? The Fat Years tells a fictional tale involving the clandestine Chinese government and the apathy that springs from intentional separation from its people.
A Man of Parts tells an introspective story of H.G. Wells during his final years as he reminisces about his life through his numerous sexual encounters with women. Through each encounter, he reflects and learns something new about himself and his life.
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