Treat Yourself to a Good Book this Halloween!

Happy HalloweenHello everybody!

We hope you had a fun and spooky Halloween weekend! To celebrate, the Annandale Library staff has a few fun Hallow’s Eve picks to keep you on the edge of your seats.  Here they are–all treats, no tricks! 😉

1.) Anansi Boys, Neil Gaiman

Anansi Boys

“In this darkly funny tale, an unspectacular and unsuspecting Londoner discovers he is the direct descendant of the West African Spider god Anansi! Delightful, spooky, and humorous, this book will make a great Halloween read!”
–Heather Darnell, Library Media Specialist

 

2.) Scott Pilgrim’s Precious Little Life, Bryan Lee O’Malley

“What would you do for love? Scott Pilgrim has to go up against the 7 Evil Exes of the girl of his dreams, Ramona Flowers! This is the first of six volumes that start off his epic battles, hard-taught life lessons, and nostalgia galore!”
–JP Garces, Library Technology Specialist

 

3.) Heart-Shaped Box, Joe Hill

“An aging rock god buys a haunted suit off of ebay (on purpose) only to find the included ghost is out to get him. A creepy read, but not too scary. Some good musical references and loving parody–the main guy’s name is Judas Coyne, for example. Also, Joe Hill is Stephen King’s son!”
–Sarah Lawless, Library Specialist

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