The best fiction book I read in 2016 was “We Are Called to Rise” by Laure McBride. It is about families, set in Las Vegas, Nev. A soldier recovering from his wounds in the Middle East, both physical and emotional, an immigrant family struggles to get by in the land of opportunity, a family woman and her family struggling to get by in the land of lights. It will challenge you to think about our responsibilities to each other and remind us that of our compassion and charity to each other.
The best non-fiction book I read in 2016 was “Life Is a verb: 37 Days to Wake" by Patty Digh. She challenged me to get back writing and being more creative. I went on to buy her second book that we don’t have in the library that is called “Creative Is a Verb."
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