Irondequoit Public Library Summer Reading 2013
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Program Description
Anyone 18 years-old and above is welcome to participate in the adult summer reading program! Fill out an entry form at the library or submit a review online for each book, eBook, or audiobook you read. One title per entry. Weekly winners will be drawn each Monday and there will be a grand prize at the end of the summer. The program begins Friday, June 21st and runs through Friday, August 2nd.

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Book Reviews
Title
The Wildwater Walking Club
Author
Claire Cook
Rating
Good.
Summary
A middle age career women takes a buyout from a company that she has devoted her life to and now doesn't know what to do with her life. Since she has time on her hands she begins walking and meets neighbors that she never knew. They start walking together and help each other with issues in their lives.
Enjoy?
I did enjoy this book. I liked the characters and could relate to the friendship that developed between these women.
Suggest?
I would recommend this book because I it was an enjoyable, easy read.
Title
The Martian Chronicles
Author
Ray Bradbury
Rating
Eh.
Summary
A series of short stories written in 1950 about a future history of the colonization of Mars.
Enjoy?
It was ok for me, meaning that I generally do not read science fiction. I found some chapters more interesting that others. Bradbury writes with great imagination and upon close examination a reader can delve into the many messages he included about human life on Earth.
Suggest?
Yes, if you want to try something a little different. It interesting to read a book that was written in 1950 and set in the future, including up to 2013 and beyond!
Title
The Wanderer
Author
Robyn Carr
Rating
Excellent!
Summary
This is Book 1 in a new series that she has created about the (fictional, I think) town of Thunder Point, Oregon. As such, the reader is introduced to many of the characters in the town, as well as their relationships, backgrounds, and situations that they are involved with.
Enjoy?
I did enjoy the book. The author describes each character as well as what the town, Thunder Point, is like in great detail - this makes me feel as if I know the town and the people in it, or at the very least, I want to visit them!
Suggest?
If you liked Robyn Carr's Virgin River series, I would definitely recommend this book (and the subsequent books that will follow). I already can't want to read the next few books in the series!
Title
Guilt
Author
Jonathan Kellerman
Rating
Good.
Summary
A skillful psychologist finds a series of horrific events that occur in a neighborhood. An infant body found,a woman shot in the head. Holloywood elite family with ties to it all. Twitst and turns make this story unique in the ending.
Enjoy?
I enjoyed this book because of the different plots and charters who made this story interesting from the very beginning.
Suggest?
Jonathan kept my interest thoughtout the whole book. His series of characters intertwine with each other to make an interesting ending.