Best fiction books 2012 new york times
New York Times Book Lists
New York Times 100 Notable Books of 2012 (fiction and nonfiction)
Both this novel and its predecessor were awarded the Man Booker Prize. NW By Zadie Smith. The narrative edges forward in fragments, uncovering truths about identity and money and sex with incandescent language that, for all of its formal experimentation, is intimate and searingly direct. A veteran of the Iraq war, Powers places that conflict at the center of his impressionistic first novel, about the connected but diverging fates of two young soldiers and the trouble one of them has readjusting to life at home. By Katherine Boo. This National Book Award-winning study of life in Annawadi, a Mumbai slum, is marked by reporting so rigorous it recalls the muckrakers, and characters so rich they evoke Dickens.
New York Times Fiction Bestsellers - Combined E-Book & Print (2-12-12)
If books figure into your holiday gift-giving plans, then we've got a little something for you -- a meta list of the best books of It's now December, the final month of the year, which means that newspapers and magazines can start taking stock of and declare their favorites. The question has crossed my mind lately. Fiction-wise, I'm not blown away by the picks. And if you're looking for a deal, don't miss this: Amazon. Meanwhile Audible.
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