Speaking of escaping, here is the second half of the small-but-mighty list of big titles to be published in December.
Shiver, by Karen Robards
Private London, by James Patterson and Mark Pearson
There actually were several more titles to be added to this list, but with no power or computers at the library for most of last week, our orders are a bit behind and I don't have information to share on them. So you may find part three to this list later in the month, once we're caught up again. It's the last title on this part of the list that has my interest piqued, as the reviews have been unanimously raving. A studio executive, who has been hiding his bipolar disorder for 20 years, finally decides to let his disorder have its head and leaves his family for a decade, traveling and being himself for the first time. It's being described as poignant, brilliant and powerful, and I think it could be along the lines of Emma Donoghue's Room for a powerful stunner.
Let me know how you all made out with the storm, and if you have any great reads to share!