An Arts & Literature Review
A combination of laziness and cynicism is the most prominent trend in this year's bad fiction.
The bulk of the year was an unplanned and unexpected celebration of the plasticity of the genre.
These books about the natural world serve up a sense of wonder.
The best of a genre stacked with devilish dukes, concupiscent cowboys, ingenious ingenues, and naughty nannies.
Virtually every entry is the latest book in an ongoing series.
The best science fiction and fantasy in a year filled with sequels, prequels, and books-in-series.
A year's worth of historical fiction steeped in relevance.
Debut fiction is a strong indicator of the general health of a literary year.
The yardstick here is not solely accuracy of translation, but the worth of the English-language results.
The pure has been sifted from the pandering and here are the gems I found!
An arts and literature review.
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