Tuesday, October 20, 2009


Star wars: Fate of the Jedi by Troy Denning: Luke Skywalker continues his desperate mission to uncover the truth behind Jacen's fall to the dark downfall and his only path to the truth maybe into the labyrinth of black holes where the Mind Walkers dwell.

A Princess of Landover by Terry Brooks: Ben Holiday is monarch of enchanted Landover. His daughter, Mistaya, is in a girls' prep school and gets suspended. Ben is determined that his daughter must learn responsibility and declares her grounded until she refurbishes the royal library. When she runs away she begins an odyssey.

Outlaw's Bride by Lori Copeland: Johnny McAllister was being a model prisoner on a rehabilitation program so he could be released early and continue his plan to find and kill the man who had wiped out his family 16 years earlier. But, he hadn't counted on the beautiful Ragan and the generous folks of Barren Flats.

A Dream to Call My Own by Tracie Peterson: Lacy Gallatin, the youngest, is determined to find her father's murderer, but her quest is compromised when she develops a romantic attachment to Dave Shepard, the deputy sheriff for Gallatin Crossing, Montana, who is helping her solve the mystery.

The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga: Balram Halwai is educated in the art of corruption when he is hired as the driver for the wealthiest man in his village in India, by witnessing his employers bribe and barter through his rear view mirror.

Dragons of the Dwarven Depths by Margaret Weis: After slaying the Dragon Highlord Verminaard and saving the refugees from Pax, Tanis and Flint are sent to search for the long-lost dwarven kingdom of Thorbardin seeking winter shelter for the refugees. There, Flint faces a test in which he must make a choice that may decide the future of Krynn.

The White Queen by Philippa Gregory: While Elizabeth rises to the demands of her exalted position and fights for the success of her family, her two sons become central figures in a mystery that has confounded historians for centuries: the missing princes in the Tower of London whose fate is still unknown.

Non Fiction
Liars Too by Roger Welsch: Another two and a half years of laughter from the Nebraska Farmer's Liar's Corner.

Your Guide to Nebraskaspeak by Paul Fell: Cartoon drawing depicting pronunciations of towns in Nebraska.

How the States Got Their Shape by Mark Stein: Explores the history behind each of the fifty United States and why their border lines are where they are.

Ddiary of a Husker by David Kolowski: Is an account of the five years (1998-2002) Kolowski spent as a walk-on offensive lineman for the University of Nebraska football team. His book, based on the daily journal he kept during his Husker football career, is a behind the scenes look into the world of Cornhusker football.

Out of Attica by William Kloefkorn: New poems by the Nebraska State Poet, widely acclaimed for his poetry dealing with the land and people of the Great Plains.

Train Time in Nebraska: The Post Card Era by Michael M. Bartels: A look back at the golden era of the railroad station and train travel in Nebraska depicted on post cards between 1900 and 1915 with more than 100 historic post card images and captions.

Excuses Begone! by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer: Discusses how to alter self-defeating thought patterns that prevent the achievement of high levels of success, health, and happiness by examining one's beliefs from a new perspective in order to see the truth behind excuses and proceed toward a plan for a positive paradigm shift.

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