The Journal Gazette
Wednesday, November 13, 2019 1:00 am

New library books

The following works of humorous fiction are available at the New Haven Branch of the Allen County Public Library.

“The Library of the Unwritten” by A.J. Hackwith

Assigned to watch the restless characters of books left unfinished by their authors, a head librarian of hell's neutral Unwritten Wing tracks an escaped hero before an angel attack reveals the existence of a powerful literary weapon.

“The Lost Causes of Bleak Creek” by Rhett McLaughlin and Link Neal

Two teens from a conservative 1990s North Carolina community uncover unsettling truths about a local reform school that will leave them battling an evil beyond their wildest imaginations.

“Christmas Shopaholic” by Sophie Kinsella

Agreeing to host her family's Christmas celebration, Becky finds her efforts complicated by her parents' alternate plans, Jess' vegan turkey, Luke's lack of enthusiasm, Minnie's request for a hard-to-find gift and the reappearance of a rock-star ex.

“All This Could Be Yours” by Jami Attenberg

A sharp, funny and emotionally powerful novel about a family reuniting in New Orleans at the deathbed of its patriarch. In reckoning with his secret past, can they rebuild and begin anew?

“How Rory Thorne Destroyed the Multiverse” by K. Eason

In a feminist reimagining of familiar fairy-tale tropes and a story of resistance and self-determination, Princess Rory Thorne must use the fairy blessings gifted to her at birth to change the multiverse – or possibly destroy it.

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