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Best of 2007

On the eve of 2008, I thought I'd see if I could come up with a best of list for 2007. I decided to go with twelve instead of ten. That way you get one for each month of the year. It's been such a good year book-wise and making such a list is sort of my thank you to all the authors, editors, publishers, illustrators, and booksellers who make my days good days.

Best of 2007
(in order of publication)

Such a Pretty Girl by Laura Wiess
Blood Bound by Patricia Briggs
Ironside by Holly Black
The Well of Shades by Juliet Marillier
Wicked Lovely by Melissa Marr
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling
Song of the Sparrow by Lisa Ann Sandell
Eclipse by Stephenie Meyer
Beastly by Alex Flinn
Dragonhaven by Robin McKinley
An Ice Cold Grave by Charlaine Harris
Long May She Reign by Ellen Emerson White

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