Here is an article from the Chicago Tribune's books blog entitled, "Best of 2009: a User Guide." What I like about this list is that it combines traditional and non traditional best lists.
Remember, to check out the big list over at Early Word (right hand gutter) if you are trying to keep up with all of the best lists.
Also, look for my favorite books I read in 2009 at the end of this month and the BPL's best of 2009 display in January. Unlike many of the lists you will find, we will be acknowledging genre fiction too.
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