The New York Times Announces Their 100 Notable Books of 2012

December 1, 2012

https://i2.wp.com/graphics8.nytimes.com/images/misc/nytlogo152x23.gifEvery year, editors at The New York Times Book Review select their choices for the year’s notable books in fiction, non-fiction and poetry. For many, this is what becomes the year’s reading list as it contains exceptional debuts, novels from tried-and-true authors and a reliable collection of intellectual curiosity-satisfying non-fiction. All of which are certain to be fodder for urbane cocktail party conversations in the years to come. What did they leave out, in your opinion?

100 Notable Books of 2012.

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  1. […] The New York Times annual Notable Books list is generally held as the go-to list for folks looking for the best books of the year to read. Slate’s Book Review critics don’t have much quarrel with the Notables selection, except for 20 books that didn’t make the cut. Here’s their list of books you may not have heard about but definitely should have, including their reasons why it’s a good read. […]

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