By the Book @ Rogers Memorial Library

A Man Called Ove, by Frederik Backman

“Ove understood things he could see and touch.  Wood and concrete. Glass and steel.  Tools.  Things one could figure out.  He understood right angles and clear instruction manuals. Assembly models and drawings. Things one could draw on paper. He was a man of black and white. And she was color.  All the color he had.” […]


Harbor, by John Ajvide Lindqvist

“Where the waves thunder and the storms cry. Where the breakers crash and the salt water whirls, that is where the place that is ours rises from the sea. The legacy that passes from father to son” -Lennart Albinsson-Radmanso In John Ajvide Lindqvist’s Harbor, there is a tiny island off the coast of Stockholm called Domaro.  Part […]