Publishers write the breathless, rhapsodic text you’ll find on the inside flap of a book cover. It’s their job to make a book’s description as moving as possible so you’ll buy the book. We always skip that stuff and head right to the opening pages. That’s where we get our highs. We want a writer to move us, bewitch us or make us think about something or someone we hadn’t thought about before. We expect to be enchanted. The books on this week’s list had us hooked from page one. After all, book critics want to feel transported just like readers who aren’t paid to read want to feel transported.