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Best Adult Fiction of 2016

Check these titles out at the library! They all received at least 3 stars in their book reviews.

How the Duke was won – Lenora Bell

Dodgers – Bill Beverly

Alice and Oliver – Charles Bock

The wonder – Emma Donoghue

Hero in the highlands – Suzanne Enoch

La Rose – Louise Erdich

Fields where they lay – Timothy Hallinan

The second life of Nick Mason – Steve Hamilton

A friend of Mr. Lincoln – Stephen Harrigan

The nix – Nathan Hill

To the bright edge of the world – Eowyn Ivey

The obelisk gate – N.K. Jemisin

Children of Earth and sky – Guy Gavriel Kay

The translation of love – Lynne Kutsukake

Arabella of Mars – David D. Levine

The unseen world – Liz Moore

The little red chairs – Edner O’Brien

This must be the place – Maggie O’Farrell

Commonwealth – Ann Patchett

Cold barrel zero – Mathew Quirk

The silence of the sea – Yrsa Sigurdardottir

Swing time – Sadie Smith

Modern lovers – Emma Straub

Mothering Sunday – Graham Swift

Children of the new world – Alexander Weinstein

The underground railroad – Colson Whitehead

Another Brooklyn – Jacqueline Woodson

Mr. Splitfoot – Samantha Hunt

Imagine me gone – Adam Haslett

Here I am – Jonathan Safran Foer

A hero of France – Alan Furst

The great reckoning – Louis Penny

First star I see tonight – Susan Elizabeth Phillips

The girl in the red coat – Kate Hamer

 

Non- Fiction

Being a dog- Alexandra Horowitz

The glass universe – Dava Sobel

Time travel – James Gleick

Black hole blues and other songs from outer space – Janna Levin

The big picture – Sean Carroll

I contain multitudes – Ed Young

Bird Brain – Nathan Emery

When breath becomes air – Paul Kalanithi

The gene – Siddhartha Mukherjee

 

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