Librarians always seem to believe they’re living through revolutionary times, and perhaps they are. The world of libraries, like the world in general, is constantly in flux. But let us assume revolutionary change has been the norm in libraries for the last few decades. It’s actually pretty easy to point to historical moments of significant change, analyze their motives, and see how things turned out. We have at least two technological revolutions in libraries that are now distant enough for us to gain some historical perspective.
A new erotic "choose your own adventure" from d'Abo, a "perfect" follow-up from Gary, a fresh debut from Latham, and a welcome short story from Miller
November 2012 to date as identified by YBP Library Services
Cabot misses the mark with a religious conspiracy, while Reichs keeps readers guessing with a new Temperance Brennan adventure