Librarians’ Favorite Books to Recommend, 2010

We challenged you to tell us about your favorite 2010 books to recommend, along with your own passionate annotations, and you came through, making every one sound irresistible.

Please, check out the suggestions and add your own.

Below are the covers of some of the titles:

5 Responses to “Librarians’ Favorite Books to Recommend, 2010”

  1. Katie D. Says:

    The Girl Who Chased the Moon by Sarah Addison Allen
    Exclusively Yours by Shannon Stacey (Digital/Audio only)
    Shades of Milk & Honey by Mary Robinette Kowal
    Triumff: Her Majesty’s Hero by Mr. Dan Abnett
    The Iron Duke by Meljean Brook (along with her novella “Here There Be Monsters” in the Burning Up anthology)

  2. Jennifer W. Says:

    Gendarme by Mark Mustian

  3. Amy M. Says:

    Loved loved loved THE TOWER, THE ZOO AND THE TORTOISE. Very charming read. Other favorites were THE DISTANT HOURS by Kate Morton, MATTERHORN by Karl Marlantes and ROOM by Emma Donoghue.

  4. Sarah Says:

    Loved MAJOR PETTIGREW. Also loved THE INVISIBLE BRIDGE – great sprawling read. Am eagerly awaiting THE DISTANT HOURS.

  5. Rachael Says:

    For me it was Still Missing by Chevy Stevens and Room by Emma Donoghue–they feel like two sides of the same coin in many ways.