I just wanted to showcase New York Times’ 100 Notable Books of 2014. I have few books from the list–both read and unread ones. So I thought that it’ll be a good way to share some of it, just in case you’re looking for your next read. Enjoy! 🙂
The New York Times
The year’s notable fiction, poetry and nonfiction, selected by the editors of The New York Times Book Review.
ALL THE LIGHT WE CANNOT SEE. By Anthony Doerr. (Scribner, $27.) The paths of a blind French girl and an orphaned German boy converge in this novel, set around the time of World War II.
(Fully Booked, Tall/Large Paperback, P 640)
THE BLAZING WORLD. By Siri Hustvedt. (Simon & Schuster, $26.)Hustvedt’s multifaceted novel is a portrait of a creative titan whose career and reputation have seemingly been blighted by the art establishment’s ingrained sexism.
(Fullybooked, Tall/Large Copy, P 550)
THE BONE CLOCKS. By David Mitchell. (Random House, $30.) In this latest head-spinning flight into other dimensions from the author of “Cloud Atlas,” all borders between pubby England and the machinations of the undead begin to blur.
(Fully Booked, Hard Cover, P 1199)
THE BOOK OF STRANGE NEW THINGS. By Michel Faber. (Hogarth, $28.) Faber is a master of the weird; in his defiantly unclassifiable novel, a pastor from Earth is picked to satisfy an alien planet’s mysterious yen for religious instruction.
(National Bookstore, Hard Cover, P 1099)
If you want to see the full list, click here.
(Source: The New York Times)