Prince George library's top titles of 2017

Here are the Prince George Public Library's most-borrowed books of 2017:

Adult books

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1) Who Do you Love, by Jennifer Weiner (romance)

2) The Sleepwalker, by Chris Bohjalian (mystery)

3) Repo Madness, by W. Bruce Cameron (mystery)

4) End of Watch, by Stephen King (mystery/horror)

5) Heroes of the Frontier, by David Egger (fiction)

6) Falling, by Jane Green (romance)

7) One Less Problem Without You, by Elizabeth M. Harbison (chick lit)

8) The Long Way to a Small Planet, by Becky Chambers (science fiction)

9) Close to Hugh, by Marina Endicott (fiction)

10) With Every Breath, by Maya Banks (romance/suspense)

* No non-fiction books made the top 10, but the most-borrowed non-fiction title was Brown, by Kamal Al-Solaylee.

Teen books

1) Half World, by Hirmoi Goto (fantasy)

2) Salvage, by Alexandra Duncan (science fiction)

3) Wires and Nerve, by Marissa Meyer (science fiction/graphic novel)

4) Red Ink, by Julie Mayhew (fiction)

5) I'll Meet You There, by Heather Demetrios (teen romance)

6) Thicker Than Water, by Kelly Fiore (fiction)

7) The Demon Prince of Momochi House Vol. 6, by Aya Shouoto (manga)

8) Servamp Vol. 5, by Strike Tanaka (manga)

9) Finding Hope, by Colleen Nelson (fiction)

10) Maga-Tsuki Vol. 7, by Hoshino Taguchi (manga)

Children's books

1) Amulet Book 1, by Kazu Kibuishi (graphic novel/fantasy)

2) Big Nate From the Top, by Lincoln Peirce (graphic novel)

3) Applejack and the Honest-to-Goodness Switcheroo, by G.M. Borrow (fantasy)

4) Judy Moody and the NOT Bummer Summer, by Megan McDonald (comedy)

5) Big Nate: In the Zone, by Lincoln Peirce (graphic novel)

6) Berenstein Bears Go to School, by Sam Berenstein (kids picture book)

7) Once Upon an Alphabet, by Oliver Jeffers (kids picture book)

8) The Owl Who was Afraid of the Dark, by Jill Tomlinson (kids picture book)

9) Fancy Nancy: The Worst Secret Keeper Ever, by Jane O'Conner (kids picture book)

10) Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, by Jeff Kinney (comedy)

Source: Prince George Public Library

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