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Online Reading Contest
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Adult Summer Reading Contest

For Readers Ages 17 & Up

The Contest Begins June 12th, 2017

The Contest Ends August 25th, 2017

What to Do For Your Book Reviews

Summer reading participants are asked to write BRIEF book reviews, each of which counts as an entry in a prize drawing. The more reviews you submit, the more chances you have to win!
Submissions can be Adult or Young-Adult, Fiction, Graphic Novels or Non-Fiction. NO children’s titles, please!

Please Include:

A BRIEF description of the book..... One to two paragraphs. What’s it about?
Did you like the book...Why or why not? Would you recommend it to others?
You may also include: Are there similar authors or titles others might like? Have you liked other works by the author?

Please do not include:

Spoilers! Please do not reveal crucial plot elements
Children’s books
Profanity, obscenities, or spiteful remarks
Phone numbers, mailing addresses, or URLs

The library reserves the right to edit or remove reviews that do not follow these guidelines.

If you participated in our Winter Reading Contest you will have to create a new profile with a new user name and password for the Summer Reading Contest. All participants’ records are deleted shortly after the conclusion of the contests each season.

You could be the lucky winner of one of many prizes including the

Grand Prize…
Or a $25 Amazon Gift Card awarded to each library branch winner
Winners will be notified by email or telephone after Friday September 8th, 2017.

Jennifer Robson is a keen student of history and a wonderful storyteller. She weaves authentic events into her novels in a seamless, and engaging way. This book is loosely patterned after her grandmother's experiences as a war correspondent. Of course, there's a love story here, but there's plenty of social history, too, as we live through the blitz of London through the eyes of Ruby, an American magazine writer deployed to send back reflections to the states. In this day of instant news, it's oddly refreshing to reflect back on the days when news was more thoughtfully and skillfully reported to become historic record, and not shot out of the box in the race to be first. All told, a good summer read.
Goodnight from London
Jennifer Robson
A man keeps breaking into the homes of rich couples. He ties them up and proceeds to beat and rape the women. He disguises himself with different costumes and makeup.

She is one of my favorite authors. Once you start the book, you don't want to put it down.

Echo in Death
J. D. Robb