Favorite Books of 2007

Quick fyi: The book crit­ics of The New York Times have select­ed their favorite books of 2007. These are the books that they men­tion to friends, or rec­om­mend that you take on vaca­tion. You’ll find here 30 good reads in all.

Now how about your favorite book of ’07? Share them with oth­er Open Cul­ture read­ers and list them in the com­ments below. (If we get enough of them, we’ll list them in a spe­cial blog post.)

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  • Deb says:

    My favorite book of 2007 will actu­al­ly be pub­lished in Jan­u­ary — “Life Class” by Pat Bark­er. Bark­er won a Book­er some time ago for a book in her WW I tril­o­gy and she re-vis­its that ter­rain in “Life Class.”

    What struck me hard­est was the gulf she describes between those who have wit­nessed and par­tic­i­pat­ed in war and those that haven’t.
    What can we do to bridge that awful gap when the troops come home from Iraq and Afghanistan?

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