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Friday, January 21, 2011

Best Books of 2010: The Final Word

Neil Hollands at Blogging for a Good Book at Williamsburg Regional Library just completed his third annual "Megalist" of all the best books lists of the year.  Here is the link to the post about the list, with a link to the list itself.

This list is broken into categories by genre, which makes it a great tool to use with readers.  Many best lists only include literary fiction, or the very top of genre fiction.  With Neil's list, you can help all genre fiction readers find the best in their interest areas.  Well, except for Romance. This year, Neil could not find enough Romance best lists to justify compiling an overall best list.

But if you want to see the top of the top for everything else in 2010 (including some nonfiction) turn to his excellent "Megalist."  It should keep you and your patrons busy for months to come.

3 comments:

Jackie said...

Oh, this will be useful--thanks for posting! The links don't seem to be working, though. The megalist post is here and the direct link is here.

Jackie said...

Oh, this will be useful--thanks for posting! The links don't seem to be working, though. The megalist post is here and the direct link is here.

Becky said...

Sorry about that. They worked when I posted it and then something happened. I fixed everything now. Thanks for the heads up Jackie.