Best of the Best Fiction

Several best books lists arrived this week, including the Washington Post‘s and Kirkus’s best 100 fiction list .

Now that there is a critical mass in fiction, we’ve collated the lists into one downloadable spreadsheet.Best Books, Fiction, 2015, V. 1 Use it to test your book knowledge, remind yourself of titles you wanted to read, create displays, and for end-of-the-year buying.

As we’ve learned to expect, there’s little agreement among critics. This year’s National Book Award winner in fiction, Adam Johnson’s Fortune Smiles, was picked by only two of the six other sources.

Watch for our upcoming collations of Nonfiction and Childrens picks and updates as more best books selections arrive. Links to the lists are on the right, under “Best Books.”

2 Responses to “Best of the Best Fiction”

  1. Marlene Harris Says:

    Library Journal also published a “Best Books 2015: E-Originals list on 11/4/15. Here’s the link:

  2. Janet Lockhart Says:

    Love this spreadsheet! Fantastically useful.