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Reading 2010

1.  Monica Furlong – Wise Child

2.  Winifred Watson – Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day

3.  Michael Chabon – Maps and Legends: Reading and Writing Across the Borderlands

4.  Octavia Butler – Wild Seed

5.  Megan Whalen Turner – The Thief

6.  V.S. Naipaul – A House for Mr. Biswas

7.  Malcolm Gladwell – Outliers

8.  Jennifer Crusie – Welcome to Temptation

9.  Octavia Butler – Mind of My Mind

10. Cherie Priest – Boneshaker

11. Charles Dickens – David Copperfield

12. Ian Fleming – You Only Live Twice

13. Laurel Doud – This Body

14. Andy Mangels & Michael A. Martin – Star Trek: Enterprise: The Good That Men Do

15. David Eggers – What Is the What

16. Lois McMaster Bujold – Barrayar

17. Pico Iyer – The Lady and the Monk

18. Scott Lynch – Red Seas Under Red Skies

19. Mary Stewart – The Crystal Cave

20. M.C. Beaton – Death of a Cad

21. Patricia McKillip – Od Magic

22. Sherman Alexie – Flight

23. Martha Stout – The Sociopath Next Door

24. Michael Lewis – The Big Short

25. Jennifer Crusie – Faking It

26. Stieg Larsson – The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest

27. Natsume Soseki – Botchan

28. Tom Bissell – Extra Lives

29. Seanan McGuire – Rosemary and Rue

30. Maureen Johnson – Suite Scarlet

31. Diana Wynne Jones – House of Many Ways

32. Keith Donohue – The Stolen Child

33. Jake Adelstein – Tokyo Vice

34. Brian Fagan – Cro-Magnon

35. Scott Westerfeld – Leviathan

36. Chinua Achebe – The Education of a British Protected Child

37. Maj Sjowall and Per Wahloo – The Man on the Balcony

38. Lisa Scottoline – Lady Killer

39. Muriel Barbery – The Elgeance of the Hedgehog

40. Junot Diaz – Drown

41. Suzanne Collins – The Hunger Game

42. Suzanne Collins – Catching Fire

43. Jeff VanderMeer – Finch

44. Steven Johnson – The Invention of Air

45. Jennifer Crusie – Fast Women

46. Lois McMaster Bujold – The Warrior’s Apprentice

47. Sarah Waters – The Little Stranger

48. Nathan Lowell – Quarter Share

49. Charlotte Bronte – Jane Eyre

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