Booklist Online posted the Reading List Council’s Best Genre Adult Fiction of the year:

Established in 2007 by the CODES section of RUSA, the Reading List Council, consisting of librarians who are experts in readers’ advisory and collection development, selects an annual list of outstanding genre fiction. This list is made up of one title in eight different categories: Adrenaline (encompassing thrillers, suspense, and action/adventure); Fantasy; Historical Fiction; Horror; Mystery; Romance; Science Fiction; and Women’s Fiction. All titles were published in 2011.

Check out the following partial list, LitStackers, and let us know if you agree with their choices. We want to hear from you!

Full list here.

One thought on “The Reading List: Best Genre Adult Fiction, 2012”

  1. I read The Last Werewolf a few months back, and while I loved it, I was a little put off by all the sex and violence. OBVIOUSLY, there's going to be loads of sex and violence in any book about a werewolf, but still.,…I think it was more than necessary.

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