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Waiting for These? Try These: What to Read While You’re Waiting for a Popular Book (12/20 Pt.2)

Are you waiting for one or more of these popular books to become available? Try one of our recommendations! Each week, we’ll provide a list of books that are similar to popular and best-selling titles that have long hold lists so you can keep on reading while you wait!



If You’re Waiting for This…



Amazon.com: Home Before Dark: A Novel (9781524745172): Sager, Riley: Books


Try These!



Amazon.com: The Amityville Horror (9781416507697): Anson, Jay: Books
A Head Full of Ghosts: A Novel - Kindle edition by Tremblay, Paul.  Literature & Fiction Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.
Amazon.com: Theme Music: A Novel (9781524744700): Vandelly, T. Marie: Books


If You’re Waiting for This…



How to Be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi: 9780525509288 |  PenguinRandomHouse.com: Books


Try These!



So You Want to Talk About Race | IndieBound.org
Tears We Cannot Stop (A Sermon to White America): Dyson, Eric Michael:  9781250135995: Amazon.com: Books
UCLA faculty voice: Critical thoughts on 'Between the World and Me' | UCLA


If You’re Waiting for This…



Amazon.com: The Searcher: A Novel (9780735224650): French, Tana: Books


Try These!



The Long Way Home by Louise Penny
Borderlands (Inspector Devlin, #1) by Brian McGilloway
Amazon.com: Haunted Ground: A Novel (9780743272100): Hart, Erin: Books


If You’re Waiting for This…



The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett


Try These!



Silver Sparrow: Jones, Tayari: Amazon.com: Books
Amazon.com: Homegoing (9781101971062): Gyasi, Yaa: Books
Butter Honey Pig Bread - Kindle edition by Ekwuyasi, Francesca. Literature  & Fiction Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.


If you have any questions about putting any of these books on hold, please leave a comment below, call the Reference Desk at 732-873-8700 ext. 111, or message us on our chat service.

That’s all for now! Stay tuned for next week’s list of books!

Thanks for reading,
-George, FTPL

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