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The World’s Strongest Librarian by Josh Hanagarne

Thanks to Monika at A Lovely Bookshelf on the Wall, I was able to get a copy of The World’s Strongest Librarian by Josh Hanagarne.

Where has this book been all my life?  I loved loved loved it!  I am disappointed in myself that it sat on my bookshelf for this long.

This is the true story of Josh Hanagarne.  Josh has a lot to deal with.  He’s super duper tall and thin, with red hair and Tourette’s.  He also is Mormon, but has some rifts in his faith at times.  Josh’s Tourette’s is extensive, and ends up controlling his life.

He tries to control his tics by weightlifting.  But the tics interfere with a lot: his love life (or lack thereof), his schooling, and his jobs.

Trying to become the world's strongest dog through osmosis

Trying to become the world’s strongest dog through osmosis

Can Josh pull it together to become the weightlifting, Mormon librarian with controlled Tourette’s?  Or is he destined to struggle with his disease and his patrons at the library?

This book is must read!  It was funny, charming, and open, which all began with Josh’s willingness to describe his struggles through faith and Tourette’s.

Have you checked this book out yet???

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Interested in getting your own copy? Check it out on Amazon & IndieBound. I get a small percentage if you purchase from those links, and it doesn’t cost you any extra.

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28 thoughts on “The World’s Strongest Librarian by Josh Hanagarne

  1. A lot of people praises this book. So far, I’ve never heard anyone saying they didn’t like it. I’ve already had it on my TBR list but I didn’t thought of reading it any time soon until now that I read your review :)
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  2. This book is one of my very favorites from this year. I LOVED it!
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  3. Yay, I’m so glad you loved it, too!! Cute dog. :)
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  4. Just ordered this one. Having foot surgery in a week. Establishing a TBR pile for my recovery.

  5. Yep, this one has been on my list since before it came out and now I need to read it even more! I think your dog was the final straw! :)
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  7. currently listening to it! a great audio as well
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  8. I’ve seen so many good reviews on this one. I will add it to be TBR list!

  9. I really liked this one, too. :)
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  10. I’ve seen so many great recommendations for this book. Really must try it!
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  11. Love your description, short but packed with information (hadn’t read about the faith aspect before). Definitely a book for readers.

  12. I keep meaning to look for this at the library! It sounds so interesting :)

  13. It is Utah Book Month, and this is the my list to read this month! I’m so excited to read this!
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  14. This book has been on my to-read for a while now. I even had it out from the library once but just didn’t get to it. I’m a library science graduate, so pretty much any book that comes out about libraries and librarians gets my paws on it. ;)
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