The NY Times announced its 10 Best Books of the Year. And of course, there's the list of the 100 Notable Books chosen by the NY Times. I can't list all 100 here (well, I could, but it would make for a very long post), but I will list the top 10.
By Gary Shteyngart. Random House.
THE COLLECTED STORIES OF AMY HEMPEL
THE EMPEROR'S CHILDREN
By Claire Messud. Alfred A. Knopf
THE LAY OF THE LAND
By Richard Ford. Alfred A. Knopf
SPECIAL TOPICS IN CALAMITY PHYSICS
By Marisha Pessl. Viking
FALLING THROUGH THE EARTH
By Danielle Trussoni. Henry Holt & Company
THE LOOMING TOWER
Al-Qaeda and the Road to 9/11.
By Lawrence Wright. Alfred A. Knopf
A Story of Courage, Community, and War.
By Nathaniel Philbrick. Viking
THE OMNIVORE'S DILEMMA
A Natural History of Four Meals.
By Michael Pollan. The Penguin Press
THE PLACES IN BETWEEN
By Rory Stewart. Harvest/Harcourt
- Have you read any of the top 10 or any from the 100 Notable Books list?
- Are any of these books on your To Be Read list?
- Is there any book listed you think shouldn't be a Notable Book or one that you think should have made the cut?