10 best books of 2004

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10 best books of 2004

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Harbor Lorraine Adams Knopf. A compelling, topical debut novel about the uncertain lives of illegal Algerian immigrants and the consequences of the war on terror. A remarkable debut collection rendering the Russian-Jewish immigrant experience with powerful specificity. The allegorical, enchanting tale of the life and dreams of a French girl; a National Book Award finalist. The Rule of Four. A brainy alternative to The Da Vinci Code —a 15th-century manuscript is deciphered by four Princeton students. The story of an unconventional Oslo family, steeped in European history yet startlingly contemporary.
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A poetic account of traditional spirituality, legal and ill. The panoply of acti. Douglas Preston Goodreads Author. The Falls by Joyce Carol Oates 3?

The title character engages in a full-scale, ecstatic war on flesh and the damage it wreaks on the world; later in the novel, and Besst Place by Grace Metalious was a blockbuster hit in that regard! A feel-good sports story on a s icon abundant with insight and social commentary. John Flanagan. Revealing the darkly secret thoughts of otherwise polite townspeople is a recipe for cultural success!

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Jane Gardam. Entertainment Weekly's list of the best reads from to Night Train to Lisbon by Pascal Mercier 3. Susanna Clarke.

I couldn't make the highly scientific meeting that determined who of us would blog on which year, so I landed Lucky for me: it means I can rave on about David Mitchell's Cloud Atlas which came out this year and was robbed robbed, I tell you! More on Hollinghurst later; indulge me for a moment while I revisit Cloud Atlas. David Mitchell's dazzling third novel features six interlinked first-person narratives that move through different times and genres and yet, somehow, wrap up into a complete narrative that's far more than the sum of its distinctive parts. As Mitchell put it, "having sacrificed chronology, it's important to unify the disparate parts with a theme.


Brodart is an international company that services libraries around the world. Moving swiftly on, there was a Henry James theme to The Rule of Four by Ian Caldwell 3. Memorable anecdotes, great storytelling and keen observations in a cogent exploration of the explosive growth of Tibetan Buddhism in the West.

Night Train to Lisbon by Pascal Mercier 3. John Grisham Goodreads Author. Douglas Preston Goodreads Author. Grapplings with intimacy as global in scope and consequence; good and evil not as justifications for action, but as things to know and act from.


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    The competition from a significantly fictionalized campaign may have been too much for them. Snobs by Julian Fellowes 3. Parker Putnam. These were the most mentioned books.

  2. Antoine B. says:

    Friday: The best audiobooks of the year. Book publishing is not the most dynamic industry, and in most respects its looked a lot like its : Coloring books remained hot, e-book sales continued to sink, and The Girl on the Train continued to sell by unfathomable crateloads. Supreme Court refused to review the case in April , but by then hardly anyone was paying attention anymore. Follow her on Twitter. Not a single work of adult fiction released in the first six months of the year made the top 20 print best-seller list. 🥵

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    Mercedes Lackey? Alphabet of Thorn Patricia A. Loading comments… Trouble loading. Anne Tyler.

  4. France C. says:

    It was a year dominated by partisan political authors. The new Ann Coulter book has been selling really well. Our best seller list has been almost completely monopolized by non-fiction. He says every election year brings its share of books praising and attacking the candidates. But this year was noteworthy for the way conservative authors moved into the mainstream. 🧞‍♀️

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