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Ten On Tuesday

I love end of the year type posts – you know the ones, right? Best movies of the year, biggest news stories, blah blah blah. The thing I do the most of – other than knitting – is reading and that’s why today’s Ten On Tuesday topic is 10 Best Books I Read in 2014. I’m sharing links to these in Goodreads but I’m not writing reviews here as I’m afraid of giving stuff away. Just know that if it’s listed here then I really recommend it.

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  1. This Is Where I Leave You
  2. Me Before You
  3. The Fault In Our Stars
  4. Goldfinch
  5. Wonder
  6. Room
  7. Byrd
  8. The Winter People
  9. All the Light We Cannot See
  10. The Man in the Window

I read some really awesome books last year. What did you read that you loved? If you wrote a post for today please add a link below. If you want to subscribe to the weekly Ten on Tuesday email please click here.

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  1. Fun topic, Carole! I’m sure we’ll all be adding to our reading “queue” all day! (Haven’t seen a list yet today that didn’t include “All the Light We Cannot See” . . . such a great book.)

  2. I with you as a sucker for the end ofmthe year lists. I am curiousmabout where you hearmof books that you might like to read (other than ToT lists).

  3. Hmmm – 10 favorite books from 2014? That would have required me to actually read 10 books, and I don’t think I even did that! But now I have some good one to pick from. Thanks for the suggestions and hopefully I will make some time to read in 2015!

  4. 2014 was my best reading year in a long time (maybe ever) and it was great to revisit my favorites – and to get more recommendations for next year! I’ve got All the Light We Cannot See on my list (and I agree that Goldfinch, Room and Me Before You were excellent reads!)

  5. I’ve been reading mysteries et in exotic places. In particular, I’ve read Jason Goodwin’s series featuring a eunich detective in 19th century Istanbul, and I loved Taquin Hall’s Punjabi detective series, beginning with The Case of the Deadly Butter Chicken: A Vish Puri Mystery. In the nonfiction department, I’m reading On Looking: Eleven Walks With Expert Eyes, by Alexandra Horowitz. Does your library carry these books?

  6. We have a couple of the same books on our lists. A couple of yours made my list from 2013, too!

    I linked to GoodReads for the same reason yo u did.

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