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Adult Summer Reading Program

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Adult Summer Reading Program – 2015

New Arrow 2RunzaWeek #9 Prize Winner: [updated 7/29]

Adrienne S., a customer of the Lied Bookmobile won a $20 gift card from Runza!

Recent Reader Comments: [updated 7/16]

Logan from Bennett Martin Public Library: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee “I read this in high school and wanted to reacquaint myself as the sequel comes out. Even better than I remember — especially the character of Atticus”
Chris from South Branch: Ruin Falls by Jenny Milchman. “Very tense – kids missing, husband suspected – page turner with great promise. Super Debut novel.”
Jessica from Bennett Martin Public Library: The Boys in the Boat by Daniel Brown “Excellent read! Despite knowing the outcome, I found myself excitedly cherring the boys through every race! Highly recommend!”
Tim from South Branch: Born on a Blue Day by Daniel Tammet. “An interesting story on numbers, people helping others fit in, and the amazing things that our brains can do.”
Dee Ann from Bennett Martin Public Library: Beyond All Dreams by Elizabeth Camden “I had trouble putting this down to go do other things.”
Kay from South Branch: Mortality by Atul Gawande “Anyone with an aging parent needs to read this book. It is about preserving autonomy instead of focusing on ‘safety’.”
Rachel from Bennett Martin Public Library: Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Kroll “Great read — Very intriguing with a ‘Gone Girl’ feel.”
Hannah from South Branch Library: Finding Myself by Kathryn Cushman “This book was a great book of self-discovery, forgiveness, and what family really is.”
Roger from Bennett Martin Public Library: Drawing Still Lifes by Steven Pearce “Good book to follow step-by-step techniques on making great still life images.”
Tina from South Branch: The Amish Clockmaker by Miny Starns Clark. “Written differently than the first two books but very enjoyable. I cried at the end it was so awesome – the journey it took the reader through.”
Shawna from Bennett Martin Public Library: The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner by Stephenie Meyer “Very quick read! It was interesting to hear from the opposing side.”
Amy from South Branch: Apt Pupil by Stephen King (audiobook). “Dark story focusing on manipulation that backfires on a young boy. Very good listening.”

[ read some previous reader comments from the 2015 Adult Summer Reading Program ]

How do I participate in 2015?  |  2015 Events  |  2015 Prizes

Submit a Summer Reading Book Review  |  Submit a Reader List

New Customer Reviews – read them here!  |  New Reader Lists – read them here!

Resources for finding some good reads:

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BookGuide Reader Site  |  Booklists for Reading Suggestions

Welcome to the Lincoln City Libraries’ 2015 Adult Summer Reading Program. We’ve got special programs for adults throughout the summer! The theme for 2015 is “Escape the Ordinary!”