Best of 2011, Halfway Through

I don’t have a giveaway for you today, for Armchair BEA. Sorry. On the other hand, at Armchair BEA Central, there is a list of people who will have giveaways for you today. However, as a consolation prize, I do have links to reviews of five of the best books I’ve read (so far) this year.

Trash, by Andy Mulligan

The Last King of Texas, by Rick Riordan

A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, by Betty Smith

The Disappearing Spoon, by Sean Kean

The True Meaning of Smekday, by Adam Rex

And as a bonus, five books I desperately want to get my hands on. Soon.

What’s on your list of favorite books this year?

8 thoughts on “Best of 2011, Halfway Through

  1. Oh I'm very pleased to see The Disappearing Spoon on your list. The Hubster is a chemist so when I heard about this book I bought it. Good to hear it's one of your favorites.


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