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I just loved this book, I've read most all the novels of James Rollins. For anyone that enjoys High adventure in the vain of Indiana Jones.

cover image of The Last Oracle

Browse, borrow, and enjoy titles from the Upper Hudson Library System digital collection.

Douglas Adams at his best! Dirk Gently returns in The Long Dark Tea-time of the Soul~

March 2012 'The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul' - Douglas Adams Yep, wasn't joking about that 'reading a lot of Adams in March' thing :)

Vidal was an early voice in the GLBT canon, but considering this book was published in 1948, it's no less a staggering (not to mention brave) invention.

The City and the Pillar by Gore Vidal Gore Vidal’s 1948 novel about a young all-American boy who discovers his homosexuality was one of the first mainstream literary novels to deal with the taboo in such an unapologetic and thoughtful way.

Dr. Seuss 1925....his books are fun, funny and full of subtle thoughts through rhyme and nonsense.

Theodor Seuss Geisel as a student in 1925 (photo courtesy Dartmouth College Library)

Empires of the

The Paperback of the Empires of the Sea: The Siege of Malta, the Battle of Lepanto, and the Contest for the Center of the World by Roger Crowley at Barnes

9 books to read next if you loved Gone Girl

If You Loved 'Gone Girl,' Try Reading These 9 Other Books, Too

9 books to read next if you loved Gone Girl from When you purchase GONE GIRL movie tickets through Fandango, we'll give you a free eBook of GONE GIRL through the NOOK Reading Apps!

The more I look at this the more I'm convinced some of the stats are wrong or typos. // The best selling sci-fi books of all time (infographic).

The best selling sci-fi books of all time (infographic)

Some typos in the infographic, but the books are still worth reading. Highly, highly, HIGHLY recommend LOTR if you haven't read them yet. // The best selling sci-fi books of all time (infographic).

All Creatures Great and Small - I enjoyed these so, so much. The whole series is great for any age.

I love this entire series, as well as the television series based on the books. "James Herriot discovers that the realities of veterinary practice in rural Yorkshire are very different from the sterile setting of veterinary school.