Big Titles This Month

Someone by Alice McDermott: Looks at one woman's life from childhood to old age, working through the middle of the twentieth century in Brooklyn through the well described everyday and the growth of one character over time. It has been seven years since McDermott's last novel, and the literary world is looking to see her weave magic with this one.

The Longest Ride  by Nicholas Sparks: Fans know what kind of book to expect with his yearly release -- bittersweet romance that will evoke tears at least once. This novel tells two parallel love stories and has been compared to The Notebook.

Doctor Sleep by Stephen King: King revisits the character of Danny Torrance, who is now a middle aged adult working at a nursing home. He must protect a 12 year old girl he befriends from those who prolong their lives by torturing children of the shining. This sequel to The Shining should be the biggest book release of the month, if not one of the biggest of the year.

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