The big new in Decemeber are two books released in the last week of November: Jodi Picoult’s Wish You Were Here and Diana Gabaldon’s Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone. Wish You Were Here is the first bestselling “COVID novel.” The plot involves a young professional stranded in the Galápagos, her soon-to-be-fiancé left behind to fight the virus as a doctor in New York. Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone is the much-anticipated ninth book in her “Outlander” series. Also notable is Amanda Gorman’s Call Us What We Carry, the debut poetry collection from the youngest ever presidential inaugural poet. Call Us What We Carry received glowing reviews from many, including the New York Times, Washington Post, Kirkus and Publishers Weekly.
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