1. 🏅 Pip Bartlett's Guide to Magical Creatures by Jackson Pearce and Maggie Stiefvater
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    I LOVED this book. Eleanor and Juliet's friends be warned: you're probably all going to get a copy of this for your 10th birthday.
  2. The Drowning by Camilla Läckberg
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    I love Patrik and Erica! They're such a great detective duo. But I do not like Läckberg's cliffhangery endings. They better hurry up and translate the next book into English! (Side note: I interviewed Läckberg for Self Awareness here: http://www.shelf-awareness.com/readers-issue.html?issue=437#m7665)
  3. Along the Way: The Journey of a Father and Son by Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez
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    I mostly loved Martin Sheen's chapters, and mostly wanted to punch Emilio Estevez in his smug face.
  4. Bath Tangle by Georgette Heyer
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    One of Heyer's wittiest and most political novels.
  5. 🏅 Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
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    I listened to this for the third time in less than a year. I'm officially a Fangirl fan girl!
  6. What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty
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    Very fun, and surprisingly thought-provoking.
  7. Icarus by Deon Meyer
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    A very good South African mystery, revolving around the death of an AshleyMadison-type website creator.
  8. The Beekeeper's Apprentice by Laurie R King
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    I know @mhawkeyem loves these Sherlockian mysteries, but I was a little underwhelmed. Sidenote: how weird that I read TWO books with beekeeper in the title in the same year!
  9. Devil of Delphi by Jeffrey Siger
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    A pretty funny mystery set in Athens.
  10. Half Magic by Edward Eager
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    A magical kids' book. A couple of borderline racist moments though (stereotyping Arab and Indian speech patterns, etc). So frustrating how much "classic" kid lit has that sort of thing.