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Main Street Books - St. Charles
St. Charles, MO
Main Street Books is an independent bookstore located in historic St Charles MO. We have a grand selection of books about the local area, western history and are especially proud of our children's section.
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“It's November of 1940. The Warsaw Ghetto is a residential neighborhood in Poland, but one from which no-one is allowed to leave. It is the same as a prison camp and the 'residents' are all awaiting an uncertain future. Now, of course, we know what happened to them eventually. But in this story, a man named Adam is working for the underground, of a sort. He is an archivist who is listening to and capturing the stories of the others in the Ghetto. Their pasts, their dreams for the future, and...”Linda • Auntie's Bookstore
“The List is a tense and agonizing look at the power of social media. When one half of the internet sweetheart couple crowned #couplegoals, #blacklove, is put on a list of abusers, his fiancé will have to decide what to do next. Told with alternating viewpoints between Ola and Michael, this is audio book perfection. ”Kelli • The Novel Neighbor
“ is a compelling novel that, at first, appears to be a rom-com about two Black actors who hate each other being teamed up in a new remake of Say Anything Then, it deep dives into childhood trauma and how it can psychologically harm you for the rest of your life...this time detailing the way young children are treated in Hollywood. Think of Corey Haim. It gets pretty dark, but it still manages to follow the typical beats of an opposites-attract romance. The characters are well drawn, and I...”William • An Unlikely Story
“It is rare to find a book that is a retelling of a known story and wholly original, but Percival Everett is able to do that with James. By shifting the narrator from Huckleberry Finn to James (known previously only as "Jim"), Everett doesn't only refocus the point of view of the events, but he is able to refocus the reader's attention away from the childhood adventure games to a story that is about the dire straights of a runaway enslaved individual...At the core of James is an exploration of...”Jesse • Odyssey Bookshop
“A fast paced page turner that made my plane ride go by in the blink of an eye. What really happened on the island? Is our narrator reliable or not? This one will keep you on your toes!”Sherry • Bank Square Books
“Alex, a young grifter, runs from some of her troubles only to create more, bouncing from one situation to the next in the late summer Hamptons. An unreliable narrator, it's never clear why Alex has chosen her path, but Cline allows glimmers of a deeper struggle within her. It's unsettling to be in the mind of a person so self-destructive and who cares little for anyone else. Yet, I enjoyed it because Cline draws a vivid portrait of the Hamptoms, makes keen class observations, and even her...”Amy • A Great Good Place for Books
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The Harmful Impact of Audible Exclusives
By Mark Pearson • September 7th, 2023
You may have noticed there are certain audiobooks that are not available on Libro.fm. They are called Audible Exclusives, and they hurt bookstores, they hurt libraries, and they limit community access to audiobooks.Read the article