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Memphis Reads Blog: Library staff members contribute reviews, essays, and news items about titles in the Library’s collection and raise ideas, questions, and concerns for discussion.


About Memphis Reads!

Memphis Reads is a blog series where Memphis Public Library staff members can discuss their favorite adult fiction and non-fiction books. Library staff members contribute reviews, essays, and news items about titles in the Library’s collection and raise ideas, questions, and concerns for Memphians to consider.

Most Recent Memphis Read Posts!

MEMPHIS READS: CRESCENT CITY by Sarah J. Maas (4/4/2020) - Melissa reviews CRESCENT CITY by Sarah J. Maas, Bloomsbury Publishing, 2020, 816 pages.  “That's the point of it, Bryce. Of life. To live,… ...Read More
MEMPHIS READS: I AM LEGEND by Richard Matheson (4/3/2020) - Sara reviews I AM LEGEND by Richard Matheson, RXR Books,1954. Robert Neville is an alcoholic, and given the circumstances, it’s… ...Read More
MEMPHIS READS: DEVILS INTO DUST by Emma Berquist (4/2/2020) - Sharon reviews Devils unto Dust by Emma Berquist, Greenwillow Books, 2018, 496 pages. Willie loves the lonesome beauty of the… ...Read More
Memphis Reads: LIFE AS WE KNEW IT by S.B. Pfeffer (3/31/2020) - Sara reviews Life as we Knew It by Susan Beth Pfeffer, Scholastic Books, 2006. Being stuck at home, cut off… ...Read More
MEMPHIS READS: THE LIBRARIAN OF AUSCHWITZ by Antonio Iturbe (3/31/2020) -   Sharon reviews The Librarian of Auschwitz by Antonio Iturbe, Henry Holt & Co., 2017  In a small, mostly unknown… ...Read More
Memphis Reads: ROLL WITH IT by Jamie Sumner (3/29/2020) - Andrea reviews ROLL WITH IT by Jamie Sumner, Simon & Schuster, 2019, 246 pages. Ellie is a middle schooler who… ...Read More

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