Read staff and customer reviews of books and reserve to collect from your library, or download to your device.
Woodbridge Library manager Helen Scrivener reviews Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel.
Haverhill Library assistant manager Kate Ashton reviews young adult novel, A monster calls.
Amanda King, manager of Bungay Library reviews this thriller.
Bungay Library manager Amanda King reviews a compelling thriller.
Woodbridge Library manager Helen Scrivener reviews The Book of Strange New Things, a futuristic sci-fi novel.
Literacy ambassador Matt Shenton reviews Hear the wind sing and Pinball, 1973 by Haruki Murakami - two newly translated stories from over 30 years ago.
Haverhill Library assistant manager Kate Ashton reviews Jurassic Park.
Southwold Library manager Charlotte Clark reviews the thriller, Blue Monday by crime-writing couple Nicci French.
Debra Rowe, a library and information advisor at Felixstowe Library, reviews Anne Shooter's exploration of international recipes.
Woodbridge Library manager Helen Scrivener reviews the 2014 Man Booker Prize winner, The narrow road to the deep north.