Best books of 2011
Compilation of all the best-books-of-the-year lists and awards into one handy, sortable Excel spreadsheet continues here at Blogging for a Good Book. We’re happy to present the ABBC, version 2.0.
Since the first version of the ABBC, picks from Barnes and Noble, Brain Pickings, the Christian Science Monitor, Entertainment Weekly, Esquire, the Fiction_L listserv, the Globe and Mail, the Guardian, Quill and Quire, the Romance Reviews, the San Francisco Book Review, the San Francisco Chronicle, Slate, the Telegraph, the Toronto Star, the Vampire Book Club, the Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post have been compiled. To date, that means that 1470 different books published in 2011 in the United States have been recognized as a best-of-the-year that have been compiled.
The compilation will continue for some time, and we’ll post updates here every couple of weeks. For analysis of the books at the top of various genre…
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