Top Novels Read in 2017

  1. Past Imperfect by Julian Fellows
  2. Homer & Langley by E.L. Doctorow
  3. Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys
  4. The Paris Architect by Charles Belfoure
  5. SPQR: A History of Ancient Rome by Mary Beard
  6. Men Without Women by Haruki Murakami
  7. Us by David Nicholls
  8. March by Geraldine Brooks
  9. Britt-Marie Was Here by Fredrik Bachman
  10. The One-In-A-Million Boy by Monica Wood
  11. Books for Living by Will Schwalbe
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About dianeledet

Professional Writing Consultant, Graduate of DePaul University School for New Learning 2008
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4 Responses to Top Novels Read in 2017

  1. alison41 says:

    I always enjoy reading other bookworms’ annual Reading Lists. I also enjoyed Homer & Langley. Would like to read the Julian Fellowes – he’s fun. I lusted after SPQR for ages, found a copy in a bookstore, but the print was so teeny-weeny that I knew I wouldn’t be able to read it – disappointing. I am reluctantly coming around to the idea of a Kindle. Reluctantly.

    • dianeledet says:

      I listen to many books on CD now. It’s much easier on my eyes and I prefer it to my Kindle! The lengthy books and small typefaces do me in every time so audio books it is! Thanks for your support throughout the year! Merry Christmas Alison!

      • alison41 says:

        In the new year I must investigate audio books. They’re pricey here.

      • dianeledet says:

        I get them from the library and a government program which delivers them. It is fabulous as I could never afford them myself! I wish the same for you. Perhaps an MP3 might work as you can download those. Good hunting!

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