It's Tuesday . . . time for . . .
Today I'm featuring an upcoming read, The Library of the Unwritten by A.J. Hackwith, the first book in the Hell's Library fantasy series. The excerpt shared is from a trade paperback version borrowed from the library.
First Chapter: Claire
Books ran when they grew restless, when they grew unruly, or when they grew real. Regardless of the reason, when books ran, it was a librarian's duty to catch them.
What do you think? Would you continue reading?
While fantasy is not a genre I usually gravitate to, as a librarian I find the title irresistible and the premise intriguing. I'm accustomed to caring for published books, but the idea of being responsible for unfinished stories and their characters living in a type of limbo is unchartered territory I'd like to explore.
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What an interesting and unique book! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
I'm always looking to mix things up a bit, Laurel-Rain.Delete
Hadn't heard of this one - interesting intro and although I don't do fantasy, the topic makes me curious.ReplyDelete
Not only am I curious, Diane--the book has been getting very good reviews.Delete
I'm not usually a fan of fantasy but this sounds interesting. I think I like that it's about books.ReplyDelete