Memphis Reads

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: Are You Sleeping by Kathleen Barber (9/15/2018) - Andrea reviews ARE YOU SLEEPING? by Kathleen Barber (Simon & Schuster, 2017.) Twins Josephine and Madeline Buhrman had an idyllic ...Read More
MEMPHIS READS: I’m a Memphian by Dan Conaway (9/10/2018) -   Marilyn reviews I’m a Memphian: Character References for a City Filled with it and Often Absolutely Full of it ...Read More
MEMPHIS READS: WHO FEARS DEATH by Nnedi Okorafor (9/7/2018) - Darletha reviews Who Fears Death by Nnedi Okorafor (Daw Books, 2010.) Onyesonwu is this special name given to a girl born ...Read More
MEMPHIS READS: How Hard can it Be? (8/25/2018) - Andrea reviews How Hard can it Be? by Allison Pearson (St.Martin's Press, 2018.) I will tell you right now this ...Read More
MEMPHIS READS: Better Late than Never by Kimberla Lawson Roby (8/16/2018) - Syma reviews BETTER LATE THAN NEVER by Kimberla Lawson Roby (Grand Central Publishing, 2018.) If you're looking for a bucket ...Read More
MEMPHIS READS: FALLEN by David Baldacci (8/13/2018) - Syma reviews FALLEN by David Baldacci,(Grand Central Publishing, 2018.) If you have never read any of David Baldacci's works, I ...Read More

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