James Patterson’s MAX EINSTEIN series

The planet is running out of time – and there is no planet B. Max Einstein and her friends are world champions in this latest adventure in which they:

GET OUTDOORS: From running over glaciers in Greenland to visiting the Great Barrier Reef off the coast of Australia, twelve-year-old genius Max and her friends live for adventure.

TAKE ACTION: Whenever there is a problem to solve, the children work better together!

NEVER GIVE UP: Max has one more surprise in her playbook, and if she wants to make it she needs her team. Who Said Children Can’t Save The World?

Ready to take a library novel quiz? I don’t know if it’s narcissism, but people who like to read love books on books. From Matilda to Elizabeth Bennet, so many of my favorite characters enjoy reading too. And reading about fictional (or real!) Writers always interests me. I almost always buy a book set against the background of a publishing profession or a bookstore. And then of course there are libraries, perhaps the best library of all. Libraries can be fantastic or mysterious. Romantic or suspicious. They are filled with more books than any other place.

This library novel quiz asks ten questions to help you figure out which set of novels in a library to read next. I know it’s a cliché, but this quiz really has something for everyone. From historical family mysteries in the context of the New York literary scene to library thrillers full of excitement, violence and tension. From a romance novel with a strict “undatable” librarian to a speculative novel about a library where every book is a second chance to change your whole life. The library is a perfect setting for so many different genres of fiction. And librarian characters can be romantic main characters, sinister villains, and morally complex main characters.

For book lovers looking for a book novel, take this quiz and find your next reading (or, more realistically, the next book to add to your endless TBR list).

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Matt Haig’s Midnight Library

In this novel, there is a place to visit when you find yourself between life and death, where you can try all the lives you could have had if you had made a different choice. Nora Seed has to find the best version of her life before time runs out, but she’s not sure if that means saying yes to that one coffee date, not leaving her band, or becoming a glaciologist.

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The Lions of Fifth Avenue by Fiona Davis

This historical fiction story follows Laura Lyons in 1913 when she was the mother and wife of the director of the New York Public Library. As a journalism student, she becomes curious when rare books disappear from the library. And in 1993 Laura’s granddaughter Sadie is the new curator in the library when someone starts stealing manuscripts and notes for her first exhibition. While doing research, she may find out more about her family than she expected.

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Un-su Kim’s plotter, translated by Sora Kim-Russell

Translated from Korean, this satirical thriller is comedic, violent, and bizarre in equal parts. As a young orphan, Reseng is adopted by an eccentric private library owner and trained to join his ring of assassins. But when it’s time for him to complete his first kill, Reseng isn’t sure whether he can get away with it or not.

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Sarah Title’s Undatable

This is the first romance novel in the Librarians in Love series. When Melissa Bernard is turned into a strict librarian meme, ailing journalist Colin Rodriguez comes up with the idea of ​​creating a weekly column about finding her perfect partner.

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Rebecca Makkai’s borrower

This novel tells the story of Lucy Hull, a children’s librarian who accidentally becomes a kidnapper when her favorite 10-year-old reader runs away from home after his parents tried to enroll him in anti-gay classes.

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Haruki Murakami’s strange library

This is an illustrated short novel about a boy who is trapped in a maze under a library while an evil librarian tries to eat his brain.

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The Personal Librarian by Marie Benedict and Victoria Christopher Murray

This is a fictional account by Belle da Costa Greene, the real life librarian for JP Morgan’s Rare Book Collection. Belle is a brilliant book collector and a star of the global literary scene. But as a white African American she hides a huge secret from everyone.

Hope you enjoy your set of novels in a library! If you want to explore your library knowledge further, you can take the ultimate library quiz or answer these questions to find out which pop culture librarian you are. You can also take this quiz to find out if you are a library power user and for tips on how to get the most out of your local library.