The List Break: My Top 10 Books of 2016 (In No Particular Order)

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2016 was a good year for reading, if my stats are anything to go by. That means making this list was a lot harder than I thought – which is why it’s coming so late in the year, instead of as early as possible.

Nevertheless, here are my top ten favourite books of 2016, in no particular order because picking these ten was hard enough as it was without having to include ranking them in the bargain.

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An Accident of Stars (Manifold Worlds #1) – Foz Meadows
My Review

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Borderline (Arcadia Project #1) – Mishell Baker
My Review

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Grunt: The Curious Science of Humans at War – Mary Roach
My Review

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HEX – Thomas Olde Heuvelt
My Review

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In Other Words – Jhumpa Lahiri
My Review

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Lovecraft Country – Matt Ruff
My Review

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Pandemic: Tracking Contagions, from Ebola to Cholera and Beyond – Sonia Shah
My Review

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The Rise of Io – Wesley Chu
My Review

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The SEA Is Ours: Tales of Steampunk Southeast Asia – Jaymee Goh and Joyce Chng (Eds.)
My Review

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The United States of Japan – Peter Tieryas
My Review


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