Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Reading Ahead: November 2012, part 1

Happy October!  I'm on vacation this week, getting some quality reading time in (that's part of the plan, anyway), but I can't leave you high and dry.  I can't believe we're already talking about titles that will be released in November!  Wasn't it just summer?  In any case, some of the biggest names have new titles coming up in time for the holiday season, so I hope you get a chance for some quality reading time of your own this fall.  Here are some books you might consider adding to your list.

The Perfect Hope, by Nora Roberts

The Legend of Broken, by Caleb Carr

The Black Box, by Michael Connelly

The Forgotten, by David Baldacci

Sweet Tooth, by Ian McEwan

Merry Christmas, Alex Cross, by James Patterson

Flight Behavior, by Barbara Kingsolver

Anything jump out at you?  I've already mentioned that I'm really looking forward to Barbara Kingsolver's new book--it sounds like it's going to be a great one.  Caleb Carr has been rather quiet for awhile, but based on his previous work and some of the advance praise for his new title, The Legen of Broken could be a show-stealer.  Finally, Nora Roberts is still going, stronger than ever, and this most recent trilogy (this is the final installment) has been hugely popular.  Get your name on the list now!

I'll be back with part two of November's list on Thursday, so in the meantime, happy reading!

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