Amazon's Best Books of November

Each month, Amazon's editors choose their top picks of the month.  This month brings a little something for everyone.  Check out one of these fantastic titles at your Community Library.


  • Hallucinations by Oliver Sacks: An investigation into the types, sources, and cultural significance of hallucinations traces everything from sleep deprivation and intoxication to illness and injury.
  • Sweet Tooth by Ian McEwan: Recruited into MI5 against the backdrop of war, Cambridge student Steven, a compulsive reader, is assigned to infiltrate the literary circle of a promising writer whose politics align against the government but his assignment is complicated when he falls in love with her.
  • Life Among Giants by Bill Roorbach: A star quarterback and his sister try to discover who murdered their parents and uncover the involvement of a ballerina and her rock star husband who live across the street.



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