2015: Best Books of the Year

I am proud to announce the list of the year’s 8 best books in the fiction category. I’ve read none of these, but little does that matter, right? Anyhoo, here’s what’s piqued my curiosity in the English-American publishing world, either from reading reviews, hearing author interviews, or whatever else. And who can tell, one day I might even read one.

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The Boy Who Stole Attila’s Horse – Iván Repila (trans. Sophie Hughes, Pushkin Press)

Signs Preceding the End of the World – Juri Herrara (trans. Lisa Dillman, And Other Stories)

Women Crime Writers: Eight Suspense Novels of the 1940s & 50s (Boxed Set) – ed. Sarah Weinman

I Can Give You Anything But Love – Gary Indiana (Rizolli)

Vertigo – Joanna Walsh (Dorothy Project)

The Door – Magda Szabó (trans. Len Rix, NYRB Classics)

The Dying Grass – William T. Vollmann (Viking)

The Book of Numbers – Joshua Cohen (Random House)

The Argonauts – Maggie Nelson (Graywolf)

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