Weekend Reading

To prepare for our upcoming author visit with Robin LaFevers on Thursday, November 6th, here’s what I’m reading:

Dark TriumphDark Triumph by Robin LaFevers

Sybella’s duty as Death’s assassin in 15th-century France forces her return home to the personal hell that she had finally escaped.
Sybella arrives at the convent’s doorstep half mad with grief and despair. Those that serve Death are only too happy to offer her refuge—but at a price. The convent views Sybella, naturally skilled in the arts of both death and seduction, as one of their most dangerous weapons. But those assassin’s skills are little comfort when the convent returns her to a life that nearly drove her mad. And while Sybella is a weapon of justice wrought by the god of Death himself, He must give her a reason to live. When she discovers an unexpected ally imprisoned in the dungeons, will a daughter of Death find something other than vengeance to live for?

2014-2015 OTHS Magazine Subscriptions

Magazines can provide a great value to our daily lives. Many are informative and provide information on a variety of topics. These topics range from sports and science to foreign affairs. Magazines can help share different perspectives on national and international topics, while others simply entertain us.

Stop by the library and check out some of the 34 magazine subscriptions available for check out by students or staff.


Complete list:

Chem Matters, Consumer Reports, Current History, Economist, ESPN Magazine, Food Network Magazine, Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy, Game Informer, German Life, Golf Digest, Guitar World, MAD Magazine, Mental Floss, Otaku USA, People en Espanol, People, Popular Mechanics, Popular Science, Running Times, School Library Journal, Scientific American, Seventeen, Southern Living, Teen Vogue, Texas Fish & Game, Texas Monthly, Texas Parks & Wildlife, Texas Sporting Journal, Texas Sportsman, Time Magazine, Track & Field News, Track Coach, and VOYA (Voices of Youth Advocates)