Best Books of 2010 According to Publisher's Weekly

By Michelle S. Wed, November 17, 2010

As another year winds down, the ubiquitous "best books of 2010" lists are starting to appear. Certain titles seem destined to appear over and over (I'm thinking Jonathan Franzen's epic novel Freedom.) Publisher's Weekly recently named their best books of 2010, a comprehensive list including many titles I expected (see previous sentence), as well as a few that I was delighted to see, including The Privileges by Jonathan Dee, Our Kind of Traitor by John le Carré, and The Imperfectionists by Tom Rachman.

Check out Publisher's Weekly's full list here, including children's book titles. Are your favorite titles included? Any books you loved that are conspicuously absent?


It pleases me immensely to see Our Kind of Traitor by John le Carré given this type of attention. Living in a remote area means I have a lot of time to read and Le Carre is one of my most favored authors.

S Dudley - Jakarta, Indonesia Thu, November 18, 2010

how do you write a book report
Tashche Rouse - philadelphia Thu, November 18, 2010
Yeah, Thats Great Information. I will surely read it..
Anny - Austin,Tx Thu, November 18, 2010
I'm sure that John Le Carre is a good read, have you tried any Grahame Greene
adrian - London Wed, November 24, 2010

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