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Yes, the library offers a directory database called Reference USA. This database can be used at all library locations and from home. To access this database from the library's homepage, go to Research & Learn, then click on the Alphabetical List of Databases, and you'll Reference USA under R.
The Cyclist Conspiracy by Svetislav Basara is difficult to review because it's not so much a novel, in that the 'story' is a smattering of journal articles, poems, epistles, universal omniscient narration, historical documents, illustrations and biographies of the Little Brothers of the Evangelical Bicyclists of the Rose Cross (a nod to the Rosicrucian secret society, i believe).
It seems like everyone I know is in a book group, sometimes more than one. This is undoubtedly good news. Book clubs are an excellent opportunity for people to read carefully, think deeply, and interact intelligently. Reading is not a solitary endeavor. I suppose it can be, but the experience becomes richer when you develop new ideas, self-awareness, and empathetic enlightenment while reading and can share that transformative experience with others.