FanLit’s Favorite Books of 2009

It’s quite a bit longer this year because we added a few new reviewers. Mostly we did not read the same books, but special mention goes to the first 10 novels which were highly recommended by more than one of us. Hover over the cover to see who recommends each book.

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Children / Young Adult

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Anthologies

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2 comments

  1. Thanks for the good ‘to read’ ideas. :)

  2. Raspberry,
    These should keep you busy for a while!
    Kat

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