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Chicago Public Library Announces Best Books of 2018

The Chicago Public Library has announced their Best Books of 2018, chosen by our very own Chicago librarians. To follow are their choices for the ten best adult titles of the year—including the three finalists for this year’s Andrew Carnegie Award for Fiction—linked to their Booklist reviews when available. For a complete list of their favorite titles for adults, kids, and teens, visit the CPL website.


An American Marriageby Tayari Jones

Circeby Madeline Miller

Educatedby Tara Westover

 The Great Believersby Rebecca Makkai

 Heavy: An American Memoirby Kiese Lamon

 I’ll Be Gone in the Dark: One Woman’s Obsessive Search for the Golden State Killerby Michelle McNamara

 My Year of Rest and Relaxationby Ottessa Moshfegh

 Severance, by Ling Ma

 There Thereby Tommy Orange

 Washington Blackby Esi Edugyan

About the Author:

Ken Otani is a recent graduate from the MA English Language and Literature program at Central Michigan University. He enjoys reading sci-fi and fantasy novels, and he likes dreaming up his own magical worlds during his free time.

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