Discussion: Anyone want to share your favorite read(s) in 2016?

"The Starry Night" by Vincent van Gogh, 1889. (Because.)

“The Starry Night” by Vincent van Gogh, 1889. (Because.)

Feel free to leave a link in the comments, or else just talk about your favorite(s) in 2016 below.  Let your fellow clubbers know what really stood out for you, and why. 🙂

Or, tell us about what you can’t wait to read in 2017! #ccdiscussions

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22 thoughts on “Discussion: Anyone want to share your favorite read(s) in 2016?

  1. Here is my list of my favourite books for 2016. Only one classic made it into the list. The absolutely best was a non-fiction: The Sleepwalkers – How Europe Went to Was in 1914 by Christopher Clark. Will definitely be a classic on the subject. Here is the whole list: http://thecontentreader.blogspot.be/2017/01/best-books-read-in-2016.html
    I see that you all read some interesting classics. I read more than usual, and according to my statistics I read 14% classics! I hope to achieve more or less the same for 2017!

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  2. I’m a little late for this discussion, but I reread Crime and Punishment and loved it even more the second time around. Also loved The Sympathizer, The Orphan Master’s Son, and Mary Oliver’s essays Upstream. And over the summer I reread Swann’s Way: now I just have to read the rest of Proust’s long, long, long novel….

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  3. I cannot say enough good things about J.B. Priestley’s “Benighted.” It was mind-bogglingly good. My second favorite was probably “Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio.” I’d meant to read that for years, and it was even more entertaining than I could have expected.

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    • I also loved ‘Voyage in the Dark’ and ‘Bonjour Tristesse’, although I did not read them last year. ‘The Go-Between’ I have heard so much about, and will read it this year. It is on my TBR shelves and just waiting.

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