I adored everything about this wacky novel, it may be a humorous book, but it is so much more
than this as it is full of twists and turns galore that will keep you entertained from beginning
to end. It is funny and incredibly enjoyable, but it also has some serious moments
for those readers who like a novel with some depth. I adored the underlining
theme of this story which was, the fact that libraries
are being closed all over. It is a sad reality, and I hate it so much, the ones that are
still open are being updated to suit the technological age, and that is so sad to me as
am a huge traditionalist.
My point is, I adored how the author of this wonderful novel explored this theme and
based a whole story around it so well done Michael Guillebeau!
MAD Librarian has a host of eccentric, unique characters, they were certainly ‘out there’
but they were brilliant, and they propelled the story of the book along perfectly. I particularly
loved Serenity; I thought she was a brilliant protagonist and unique. Now that I think about it
I can’t think of another protagonist to compare her too, so that shows how unique and special
As well as the characters being superb, so is the incredible dialogues. The long sentences were
wonderful and made me engrossed in the novel. It was like the author’s words were spiked with
adrenaline because I found that when I started reading, I could not stop! He is a wonderful,
talented author and so I would implore all of you lovely readers to read this book!
Breaking Bad for Librarians. Cayocosta72 Reviews said, “This book is truly every librarian’s dream come true." Half of all income goes to the Awesome Foundation for Innovation in Libraries. Available at https://www.amazon.com/MAD-Librarian-Michael-Guillebeau-ebook/dp/B075LQD1LB/
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