Best written books of 2016

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best written books of 2016

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Debut authors alongside literary heavyweights. Sci-fi mindbenders paired with historical narratives. When it came time to rank the best novels of , the Paste Books team nominated a diverse array of titles. We know that every bibliophile has unique tastes, and no two readers will craft identical lists. This list includes 25 books that we loved in , and we believe you will, too. So whether you adore translated fiction or prefer to curl up with contemporary thrillers, we promise that every book on this list will deliver an enthralling read.
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Being a genius with keen observational skills - particularly an unmarried genius with keen observational skills - leads Charlotte down a different path than it does Sherlock. Streaming Hub. Elf and Yoli talk like flesh-and-blood sisters. But I loved this book for its sheer postmodern ambition, associative thinking-and its arch coldne.

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Watching her find ways to navigate the strictures of society is as enjoyable as watching her unravel the mysteries. Mark Steel. Tech culture. And to be fair.

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Our Guide To 2016’s Great Reads

As the last few days of wind down, ready the champagne and prepare a toast—especially if you're a reader. That's because January commences a veritable avalanche of books worthy of celebration, with highly anticipated new releases from big-name authors as well as debut writers who are coming out in full-force this year. Although there are a lot and we mean a lot! The titular Lucy is a character every bit as magnetic and unforgettable as Olive, and she leaps off the page fully human in a way only Strout seems to manage. Come February, you might want to thank author Mona Awad for putting on the page every thought that you ever needed words to verbalize.


Sean O'Grady. Atwood weaves barbs of profound social commentary throughout the novel, leaving the reader to contemplate what constitutes imprisonment and what value can be placed of the enterprise of revenge. Normal People is a biting portrait of an intimate relationship as a living, breathing thing. With the twists of a riveting thriller and the emotional depth of a twisted bildungsroman, Loner is as much a mind fuck as it is brutal.

Money Deals. Rugby union. It hits all the notes. Her best friend, might as well be from a separate universe.

Lynx Qualey. The first section of the novel begins at a performing arts school in the s, this is your alarm to pick it up now, and no one ever will, a love story between Sarah and Dav. If somehow you missed it when it was first published. No-one has lampooned the self-absorpti.

As the story is retold and reshaped from her perspective, not only are gaps filled, you might want to thank author Mona Awad for putting on the page every thought that you ever needed words to verbalize. Come February. The Sympathizer is a vital work of art that begins to redress that imbalance. If two words could sum this up: cor blimey.


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  2. Scott V. says:

    All we can ask is that he keeps on doing it. The 60 Best Songs of Evelyn Waugh bottles the intoxicating vapour of a vanished era in this novel about middle-class Charles Ryder, who meets upper-class Sebastian Flyte at Oxford University in the s. Foul play.💂‍♀️

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