2015 has been great for books and as we come to the end of the year, we round off our reading with our stamp of approval for a select few books with our annual BookBrowse Awards.
With the holiday season kicking into high gear, we continue our rollout of the most noteworthy books of 2015.
Here, we present the top ten novels, as voted by BookBrowse subscribers like yourself. This, together with the two previously announced lists for non-fiction and young adult books, complete our 2015 BookBrowse Favorites.
Recently we asked BookBrowse's subscribers to rate their favorite books of the year. Many thousands of votes were cast. Here, in alphabetical order, are our top 3 young adult books for 2015.
Unlike other popular awards where the most publicized books usually pocket the prizes, BookBrowse's process evens the playing field so that quality can shine through. You can read how we do this here.
Last week we announced the Top 5 Nonfiction books. In early December we'll announce our Top 10 Fiction Books; and finally, on December 10, the 2015 Award Winners.
Choosing books for book club is no easy feat. You have to pick a challenging book worthy of discussion, yet something that members will enjoy reading.
Here we present the cream of the crop for early 2016. A dozen books all rated 5-stars by our reviewers which publish in paperback between September 2015 and February 2016 (and are already available in hardcover and ebook).
I hope you find many gems for your upcoming book club meetings!
Recently we asked BookBrowse's subscribers to rate their favorite books of the year. Many thousands of votes were cast. Here, in no particular order, are the Top 5 Nonfiction Books for 2015.
Next week we'll announce the top Young Adult books; then the top Fiction Books; and finally, in early December, the 2015 Award Winners.
'Tis the season — for movies. The holidays are a time for heavy-hitting blockbusters and films of all stripes.
As avid readers, we're almost always partial toward books over movies. After all, we know they get to the heart of things much better than movies do. But if your trip to the matinee involves revisiting your favorite novel through the big screen (even if it is to shake your head disapprovingly at everything the movie got wrong), we run down a list of potential nominees, some already released and the rest to show soon. So visit the concession stand, pick up that bucket of popcorn and you're good to go.