As we head towards the end of the year, the time of the top lists are popping up. Top songs of 2014, top films, top cars and so on. There’s been a few top books of 2014 in recent days which we’ll share here.
The New York Times published their top 100 books of 2014 on Wednesday with a large number of non-fiction making the grade. It’s unsurprisingly quite US-centric, but it’s nice to see the Booker Prize winning The Narrow Road to the Deep North, by Aussie Richard Flanagan featured, along with several other aptly timed war themed works.
The Sydney Morning Herald, released it’s own Top Ten list on Friday. This list also highlights Flanagan, but also regulars like Peter Carey, Hilary Mantel, and a return of David Malouf, this time in a collection of poems called Earth Hour.
If you love lists, you’ll love Goodreads magazine’s lists! Goodreads provides dozens of top books for 2014 lists as voted on by their website followers and members. They break them down into genres,so have a look at theirs here.
What is your favourite book to be released this year?