TOP TEN FAVORITES OF 2016!

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One of the pages on this blog includes Favorite Books for current and previous years…and I usually end up with 15 or 16 books…and then have to whittle the list down to the Top Ten.

Here is what I ended up with for 2016, in no particular order; the covers are linked to my reviews:

 

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There were many wonderful books on this list, so whittling it down was not easy.  What were your Top Ten Favorites in 2016?

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27 thoughts on “TOP TEN FAVORITES OF 2016!

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  2. I’ve read 2 on your list – so far anyway. I liked ALL THE MISSING GIRLS well enough. Thought the backwards through the story thing was unique. But…I read it in July and had to go refresh my memory about it. I just finished reading FRACTURED a few days ago. I did a listen/read combo. Really enjoyed it. I had read another book by the author (SMOKE) last year. I’m planning on reading THE MURDER GAME soon. That was clever of Catherine McKenzie to actually write Julie’s book. 🙂

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    • Thanks, Kay, I agree that the backwards story telling of All the Missing Girls was a challenge, but then it made perfect sense. I hope you love The Murder Game as much as I did, and I also thought it was clever of McKenzie to write in her character’s voice.

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  3. All of these are on my radar (probably because of you!) though I haven’t read any of them yet. Sleepwalker looks so good and Flight Patterns looks great. Karen White is an author I’ve been wanting to read for awhile. Great list! I want them all!

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    • Thanks for stopping by, Rita; I just got another book from the author of All the Missing Girls: The Perfect Stranger. Looking forward to it.

      Can’t wait to find out what Anna Quindlen and Chris Bohjalian write next!

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