The Book of Years is an annual list of books that have been in print for at least 10 years, and the most recent book to be named in the list was The Book Of the Year by Paul Auster in 2018.
The year that The Book was published was 1871, so the list covers a period of at least a century and a half.
This year’s winner is the 2018 novel The End of The Beginning, by Margo Martindale.
The book tells the story of the war between the United States and Spain, and it is a dark, gripping tale of betrayal and treachery.
It is also a great example of a genre book that is a modern classic and is still a favourite of many readers.
For more books that were nominated in the yearbook’s “Best of” section, you can find them here.
Best of 2017: The War of the Worlds (WOW), by Robert A Heinlein The War of The Worlds is the first novel in Heinlein’s The War Of The Worlds series, published in 1939.
The novel tells the epic story of a mysterious alien race known as the Kessel Runners, who, during a voyage to the planet of Kessel, destroy a world and destroy humanity.
After the destruction of the world, they go on to colonise a distant planet called Mars, where they begin to build a civilization.
They call themselves the Kastes, a name that means “little gods” in Old English.
Harrison Keillor’s The Big Bang Theory (BHT), part of Season 8 of BHT, is a popular science fiction television series which ran from 1995 to 1999.
In this novel, a physicist from the US is sent on a secret mission to a mysterious new planet where they find themselves in a galaxy full of stars and planets, and are forced to work together to solve a mystery.
Neil Gaiman’s Sandman series is one of the best-selling fantasy novels of all time, and is also an important science fiction classic.
When Jupiter’s Hammer was published in 1979, it became a best-seller, and in this story, an ancient warlord named Mabon and his followers rule over a devastated planet.
John Grisham’s The Sandman (Sandman), written in 1969, tells the tale of a young man called Sandman who is sent by the creator of the universe to fight for his life, but must first defeat his father, who is a powerful villain and the king of the kingdom of Dredmor.
David Brin’s The Time Machine is a science fiction series that follows a time traveler who journeys back in time and helps humans solve the world’s most pressing problems.
Stephen King’s The Shining (The Shining), is the horror classic of the 1980s and 1990s.
It tells the chilling story of Harry and Sally and their family, who are trapped in a house that is haunted by the ghost of a woman called The Girl with the Golden Hair.
Paul Cornell’s Catsville (Cats), in which two people are separated by a fence that has been torn down by a monster, is a true horror story that is still considered one of modern literature’s best-known tales.
Katharine Hepburn’s Trouble With the Curve (Troubles), was the first film in the series and the story tells of a man who, when he is called to a funeral, is confronted with a ghost, and then the police who are called to the funeral have to help the man and his wife overcome the mystery.
In this film, the ghosts are the ghosts of the people who died in the building and they have a physical form.
And finally, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (Hobbit) is one the most celebrated films in the history of the Hobbit series.
Molly Karp’s The House Of The Spirits tells the story of a young woman who lives in a cabin with her grandmother and her father, and her grandfather and uncle, in the woods of northern New York.
It is the story that will forever be remembered for being one of television’s best science fiction films.
There is also the novel The First World War (1919), by James Joyce, which tells the true story of World War I and the First World Socialist Republic, a German-led socialist government that tried to build socialism.
All of the books that made the best books of 2017 in the New York Times Best Books of 2017 were by women.
Congratulations to all of the winners and nominees!