Wow, where do I even begin?
Call Numbers: The Not So Quiet Life of Librarians, is my top read in general fiction so far this year! This workplace drama follows the lives of the workers at the New York Public Library (One of them). From 14 year old pages, all the way to graying hair secretaries of the head librarian, this story gives you a nice mix of what workers in the library workplace have to endure not only at work but in their personal lives as well. Syntell does an amazing job with the character building, scene setting and pace of this story. One wouldn't think the life of librarians would be interesting, but from how Syntell writes this thrilling drama, they'd be wrong. Every chapter brings you new suspense that keeps you turning the pages (no pun intended), and wanted to find out what will happen next. To me this was better than watching a TV series!! I am so glad I picked this up! I absolutely loved this and can't wait for book 2 in September. Normally I stay within the fantasy/PNR genres when reading. This was my first time branching out and reading something different from my preferred genre... and I am so happy I did!! I wish I could give 100 stars. Syntell, is now on my favorite reads and favorite author list! AMAZING, AMAZING, AMAZING!!
You can purchase this captivating read here- https://www.amazon.com/Call-Numbers-Quiet-Life-Librarians-ebook/dp/B0848NGDLK/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3OP9969XTI44N&dchild=1&keywords=syntell+smith+call+numbers&qid=1591298996&sprefix=LG+V40%2Caps%2C208&sr=8-1
- Chelsii Klein