Shelf Check: We asked. You answered.

My Struggle, Book 2 by Karl Ove Knausgaard

“My Struggle is a series of autobiographical novels about nothing. Despite the lack of a plot they’re nearly impossible to put down.”

Mark | Casey, Illinois


The Edge of Light by Ann Shorey

 “A gripping story of 1830’s America. You will not be able to put it down.”

 Robert | Newton Stewart, Scotland



Utopia for Realists by Rutger Bregman

“A nonfiction vision for the eradication of poverty and borders.”

Carina | Widnes, Cheshire, UK


Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

“Everyone should read it. It’s that good.”

 Helia | Nashville, Tennessee


A Country Between: Making a Home where Both Sides of Jerusalem Collide by Stephanie Saldana

“An exquisite memoir about an American woman and a Frenchman who meet in the middle of the desert in a Syrian Catholic monastery where both contemplate devoting themselves to God. But love happens, eventually landing them in Jerusalem on Nablus Road–the dividing line between East and West, Muslims and Jews.”

                             Jennifer | Raanana, Israel