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It’s an old question, but a good one . . . What were your favorite books this year?

List as many as you like … fiction, non-fiction, mystery, romance, science-fiction, business, travel, cookbooks … whatever the category. But, really, we’re all dying to know. What books were the highlight of your reading year in 2007?

Don’t forget to leave a link to your actual response (so people don’t have to go searching for it) in the comments—or if you prefer, leave your answers in the comments themselves!

76 responses

  1. Hi! I hope everyone has a wonderful Christmas. Here’s my answer. 😉

  2. Mine is up–Sort of. I am doing a little something different and won’t actually be posting my favorites until next Monday.

  3. Hi ! I hope everyone has recover from the holidays! I know I have…..not…yet anyway LOL….*waving at everyone and Deb!) Have a Happy Holidays!

    Here Mine

    Julia – Yen

  4. Here’s mine (with added films!) on my Alter Ego blog:
    http://foundcraftygreenart.blogspot.com/2007/12/best-of-year.html

    I’m just working on the environmental best of the year for my Crafty Green poet blog.

  5. Here’s my reply:

    BTT: Highlights of 2007

    I put up a list of the most nominated books in last week’s meme. Here’s the link:

    Best of 2007: The Nominees

    Sorry about putting up that link again. I’d put up that link as a comment on last week’s post, but I figured most people wouldn’t be visiting that page again.🙂 And hope y’all had a wonderful Christmas. Happy holidays.

  6. I’m playing this week! Here’s my list.🙂

  7. I added as many as I remembered.

    Here is my list!.

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  9. My top five list:

    1. Swordspoint, by Ellen Kushner
    2. War for the Oaks, by Emma Bull
    3. Daughter of the Forest, by Juliet Marillier
    4. Outlander, by Diana Gabaldon
    5. The Golden Compass, by Philip Pullman

    also posted here, along with the list of every book I’ve read this year.

  10. Here’s mine!

    Have a great weekend!

  11. I actually posted my picks yesterday, but I think it counts.🙂 They’re here: http://pendvasq-readingritingandrandomness.blogspot.com/2007/12/year-in-review-booking-and-blogging.html

    Happy BTT, and Happy New Year to all!

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  13. I managed to stop adding books to my list and posted it here.

  14. Wow…another year nearly gone! A few of my faves over the year can be found here.

  15. I’m afraid to read everyone’s posts…this could get expensive!

    http://fizzybeverage.blogspot.com/2007/12/highlights.html

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  17. Hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas!

    I had thought you might ask what books we got for Christmas. Every book lover has books on her Christmas wish list, right?🙂

    My highlights are here:
    http://barbarah.wordpress.com/2007/12/27/booking-through-thursday-highlights/

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  19. I re-read a lot of recent and not-so-recent favorites this last year.
    http://www.itsaboutmakingbabies.com/2007/12/27/btt-highlights/

  20. Mine our up, it was hard to remember I must start recording my books!
    http://notenoughbookshelves.blogspot.com/2007/12/booking-through-thursday.html

  21. Mine is up:
    http://downstowngirl.blogspot.com/2007/12/booking-through-thursday-highlights.html
    What do you think about putting up a Mr. Linky. It’s just so convenient.
    P.S. Please check out the memes I am hosting. They are listed on the sidebar.

  22. This was a wonderful question. I’m really looking forward to seeing what everyone else has to recommend.

    Here’s mine!

  23. Here’s mine. I can’t wait to read everyone else’s response to this week’s question.

    http://trishaj.blogspot.com/2007/12/thursday-meme_27.html

  24. Three Cups of Tea by Greg Mortenson and David Relin

    Have You Found Her by Janice Erlbaum (I got to read this book through the Early Reviewers program on Librarything though it’s not hitting the book shelves till ’08)

    Moloka’i by Alan Brennert

    Any Vince Flynn, J.D. Robb or Nora Roberts book

    http://printedpage.blogspot.com

  25. Hey everyone! I’m sorry I’m late! Here’s mine.

  26. here’s mine! great to read what everyone else enjoyed too! http://tigermel.blogspot.com/2007/12/btt-on-1227.html

  27. I posted about this on last week’s Thursday Thirteen.

  28. Mine is up at Rhinoa’s Ramblings sorry it’s a little late…

  29. Just click on BookGal and I’m up. Happy New Year everyone!

  30. I’ve also added a post about what qualifies as a good book for me.

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  32. Well….better later than never, I always say!! I’m finally up. Come visit me at http://stephaniesbooks.blogspot.com/

  33. A bit late for me. Happy New Year to all!

    Read my answer here

  34. This is my first Booking Through Thursday and had already written this post (on 12.25.07) but it should still work.

    http://caniborrowyourbook.blogspot.com/2007/12/best-and-worst-of-2008.html

  35. i’m also a day late, but mine is here. this was fun to think about!

  36. It was hard to narrow down my list, but I did (somewhat):)

    Here’s my answer:

    http://ramblingsbytammy.blogspot.com/2007/12/booking-through-thursday-december-27.html

  37. The book that for me proves that Best of Lists should be left until the 31st December – The Accidental by Ali Smith http://foundcraftygreenart.blogspot.com/2007/12/accidental-by-ali-smith.html

  38. This year I really got into a couple of new authors, Neal Asher and Neil Gaiman (it’s the year of the Nea/ils I think, I also have a Neal Stephenson book on my “soon to read” shelf). So my favorite books for this year are Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman (possibly my favorite book of all time, by anyone) and Gridlinked by Neal Asher (with just about all of the other Polity books in a tie with Gridlinked lol). Both of these are older books and both the author’s first novel, interestingly enough.

  39. Happy New Year to everyone! Here’s mine at last:
    http://mervih.wordpress.com/2008/01/02/highlights/

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