Look, I'm a librarian, so I'm going to be biased here, but seriously? This might just be the best premise and best execution of a great premise in the history of library-related fictions. At the very least, it belongs on the same shelf as Sarah Gailey's UPRIGHT WOMEN WANTED (rebel librarians in a dystopic future desert Southwest) and AJ Hackwith's LIBRARY OF THE UNWRITTEN (Hell's librarian goes on hijinks through the modern world with demons and fictional characters in pursuit of a runaway Story). Kit Rocha blew me away from the moment I cracked open this book, and has continued to blow me away with every page after. Scruffy-looking Nerf-herders––ahem, mercenary librarians with secret hearts of gold? MORE PLEASE. ASAP.