Sometimes everything just happens all at once. You're in the middle of a book, but other pressing reading opportunities emerge and you can't say no because you want to read them all!
Actually, a couple of my library holds have come in at the same time. One is Lee Child's newest Reacher novel, Personal. It's a quick read and a review will be up soon. Another is Erik Larsen's The Devil in the White City, about H.H. Holmes, who is good evidence that one should choose one's physician wisely. I can't renew them, so I have to read 'em fast!
Also, I was privileged to receive a copy of Richard Kalich's Central Park West Trilogy for review. This volume is actually a collection of three novels, The Nihilesthete, Charlie P and Penthouse F, so there is a lot of reading to be done therein.
Lastly, and of lowest priority is my guilty pleasure of David Alexander's over-the-top post-apocalyptic series Phoenix, which is a collection of the entire five (is it five?) book series. Anyway, a lot of reading there, too.
So that's me. If I could read all day I could have them all done pretty quickly, but, you know, there's life, too, to take care of (if you want to call it at). So for now I must simply press on through the Bookstorm. Hmm, "Bookstorm." If there's a way to work sharks into that it would be awesome.