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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