Best of 2019 Round-Up

The 2019 Best-of lists just keep on comin’! Check out the latest picks from The Washington Post, The New York Times, Time, and the NYPL! New York Public Library Best of 2019 BIRTHDAY by Meredith Russo DEAF REPUBLIC: Poems by Ilya Kaminsky GIDEON THE NINTH by Tamsyn Muir NINTH HOUSE by Leigh Bardugo GIRL by […]

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NPR’s 2016 Book Concierge & More “Best of 2016” Picks

NPR’s 2016 Book Concierge & More “Best of 2016” Picks

NPR’s Book Concierge is live! Nearly 40 Macmillan titles are included in the various 2016 recommendation lists: ALL THAT MAN IS by David Szalay (Staff Picks, Realistic Fiction, Tales From Around the World) ALL THE BIRDS IN THE SKY by Charlie Jane Anders (It’s All Geek to Me, Love Stories, Science, Science Fiction & Fantasy) […]

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TIME’s Top 10 Everything of 2012

TIME’s Top 10 Everything of 2012

TIME posted their ever-ambitious Top 10 Everything of 2012 including a few fine fiction and nonfiction books from Macmillan!

Top 10 Nonfiction Books of 2012

PEOPLE WHO EAT DARKNESS: The True Story of a Young Woman Who Vanished from the Streets of Tokyo — and the Evil That Swallowed Her Up by Richard Lloyd Parry

"Richard Lloyd Parry, the Tokyo bureau chief for the Times of London, tells the story as a true-crime thriller, one that exposes another layer of the strangeness of Japanese society with every twist: its attitude toward foreigners, the culture of its police, its media, its racial and sexual politics. It’s the fate of all true-crime books to be compared to IN COLD BLOOD, but this one stands up to the comparison better than most."

Top 10 Fiction Books of 2012

BRING UP THE BODIES by Hilary Mantel

"Mantel infuses Anne Boleyn’s progression from palace to executioner’s block with taut suspense; her exhilarating prose, unrivaled in contemporary fiction, renders Cromwell one of literature’s most compelling characters."

AT LAST by Edward St. Aubyn

"Abused by his father and neglected by his mother, Patrick grows up ravaged both by financial riches and emotional poverty, and as an adult he struggles with drugs, alcohol and his own fecklessness. His sense of humor, however, is unimpaired, and he never stops trying to make peace with his legacy and find his way to some semblance of happiness and mental health."

See TIME's Top 10 Fiction list starting here and their Top 10 Nonfiction list starting here. [...]