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Yulia had never really thought there was anything all that special about her. Her main goal in life was to remain hidden, under the radar, and if trusting the visions she saw when she touched objects helped her out, who was she to complain? Read more about Sekret by Lindsey Smith
Do you enjoy tales of the unknown, alternative universes, aliens, or space flight? We’ve just added a mini-collection of excellent, acclaimed science fiction novels that have escaped the surly bonds of small font and are now available for you to read in LARGE PRINT. Read more about Award-winning science fiction—now in LARGE PRINT
There comes a time in every reader’s life when the usual plot mechanisms just won’t cut it anymore. You need a break from read alikes, and just want to read something new. No more love triangles. No more vampires. No more dystopian fight-to-the-death scenes. Read more about Earth Girl
“Space: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its five-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before.”
If these words resonate with you, you’re not alone. The Star Trek movies and TV series are immensely popular, here in Urbana and all over the world. Read more about Trek On!
The Urbana Free Library now has one of the funniest books I've read in, well, ever: The Truth Spinner by Rhys Hughes. Each of these stories is (more or less) about Castor Jenkins, Welsh raconteur and teller of tales tall and of all heights, whose adventures strain the limits of time, space, believability, genre, and the printed page. Read more about The Truth Spinner, by Rhys Hughes, truth spinner