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by Denis Johnson
A formerly self-published title is our new number one, and a literary biography is among two debuts.
Our number one stands pat, but a formerly self-published juggernaut shoots higher on our list, and our one debut has now had three different titles in our Top Ten over the years.
With four books graduating to our Half of Fame, we have a new number one, three debuts and one returning title on our list.
A Millions favorite debuts on the list, and big changes are afoot next month.
With four books graduating to our Hall of Fame, we have a new number one, and four new books on our list.
For the first time since A River Runs Through It failed to win in 1977, no award was given in the Fiction category.
Murakami returns to the top spot, but a shake-up is coming next month.
No new books were able to break in this month, but a couple were making strong moves higher on the list.
With 72 participants naming 214 books, it’s safe to say this has been our biggest and most high profile Year in Reading yet.
Only one book took over my world, and by that I mean I had that rare experience, while immersed in it, of seeing reality through its lens whenever I put it down and in the days after I finished it.
I admire books that can convincingly describe the twists and turns of romance.
It’s a small masterpiece, funny and sad, and though I read it in under an hour I feel it might stay with me forever.