I'm doing so partly because I'm working within the constraints of a small collections budget that has to be stretched across all areas of the library, but mostly because I have MORE BOOKS THAN ANY ONE PERSON COULD POSSIBLY NEED, and it'll make me happy to share.
Today's book: No Safety in Numbers, by Dayna Lorentz:
Unless otherwise noted, all donated books come from my personal collection, and have been reviewed by me, either here or at Kirkus Reviews.
...while the book veers more Generic Action Movie (lots of conflict, characters defined by a few major traits, not much depth or development) than Critic-Pleasing, Soon-to-Be-Award winner (for example), I enjoyed it unreservedly. The tension ramps up nicely as people start turning on each other, and even more so as characters begin to realize just how Little Brother-creepy their situation is, what with the government controlling the flow of information in—and out—of the mall.