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A History of Present Illness

DeForest’s fast-paced, tell-it-like-it-is story describes medical school in harrowing detail, with all the niceties stripped away. Essential insights for lay readers.

The Chaos Machine: The Inside Story of How Social Media Rewired Our Minds and Our World

A deeply researched and well-written study for anybody interested in social media or technology and their effects on society and the transmission of news.
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The Hotel Nantucket

References to pop culture (music, celebrities, social media, fashion) will please a modern crowd, and readers will cheer for Lizbet, the crew of the Hotel Nantucket, and the ghost.

Happy-Go-Lucky

This is Sedaris at his best, provocative and hysterical. Readers will feel like laughing even when it may feel inappropriate, much like the Sedaris family at their father’s actual deathbed. Recommended for all public libraries.

Normal Family: On Truth, Love, and How I Met My 35 Siblings

Eloquently written and compulsively readable, Bilton’s jaw-dropping coming-of-age memoir--and the love and survival found within its pages--is one readers won’t soon forget.
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James Patterson by James Patterson: The Stories of My Life

Given Patterson’s audience, this throwaway memoir will be popular even though it isn’t merited.
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A Blind Corner

Macy (Mrs.) brings these stories to life with a sharp moral critique and an observant eye.

Born To Be Hanged: The Epic Story of the Gentlemen Pirates Who Raided the South Seas, Rescued a Princess, and Stole a Fortune

Every action-packed page is certain to thrill connoisseurs of piracy and seafaring history.
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The High Sierra: A Love Story

Robinson’s writing is clear, fun, and filled with joy for time spent in the mountains. This lengthy memoir will appeal to fans of Robinson and the Sierras.
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