Readers Top 100: The Final List

108 actually. I had a tied situation, 14 books with the same score. So, I either included all of them and go over 100, or none of them and go under. I chose over.

This has been a really interesting list to piece together, I’m thrilled with the range of titles we have. The diversity we have in our community is clear and there is a great variety of genres and a good mix of indie and trad published books.

The list has now been alphabetised by title; I am not publishing any more rankings. So, without further delay, presenting a Readers Top 100…

Title Author
11/22/63 Stephen King
13 Hours Deon Myer
A Darker Shade of Magic Victoria Scwab
A God in Ruins Kate Atkinson
A Little Life Hanya Yanagihara
A Man Called Ove Fredrik Backman
A Monster Calls Patrick Ness
A Suitable Lie Michael J Malone
All the Light We Cannot See Anthony Does
American Gods Neil Gaiman
Anathem Neil Stephenson
Anything is Possible Elizabeth Strout
At Swim Two Boys Jamie O’Neill
Atonement Ian McEwan
Behind Her Eyes Sarah Pinborough
Block 46 Johanna Gustawson
Breakers Doug Johnstone
Brilliant Jane Brox
Cloud Atlas David Mitchell
Conversations with Friends Sally Rooney
Dark Matter Blake Crouch
Dead I Well May Be Adrian McKinty
Dead is Best Jo Perry
Dead is Better Jo Perry
Death of an Angel Derek Farrell
Deep Freeze John Sandford
Don’t Skip Out on Me Willy Vlautin
Drive James Sallis
Elanor Oliphant is Completely Fine Gail Honeyman
Every Man a Menace Patrick Hoffman
Final Girls Riley Sager
Fingersmith Sarah Walters
Follow You Home Mark Edwards
Forsaken JD Barker
Gone Girl Gillian Flynn
Good Samaritans Will Carver
Hard Revolution George Pelecanos
He Kills Copper Jake Arnott
Head Wounds Dennis Palumbo
Himself Jess Kidd
How To Be Brave Louise Beech
I Remember You Yrsa Sigurdardottir
In the Name of the Wind Patrick Rothfuss
Last Seen in Massilia Seteve Saylor
Let The Right One In John Ajvide Lindqvist
Mortality Christopher Hitchens
My Brothers Husband Gengoroh Tagame
Nation Terry Pratchett
Nemesis Lindsey Davis
Never Let Me Go Kazu Ishiguro
Nothing Important Happened Today Will Carver
Noughts & Crosses Malorie Blackman
One Day David Nicholls
Ordinary Grace William Kent Krueger
Oryx and Crake Margaret Atwood
Reasons to Stay Alive Matt Haig
Red Hands Ariana D Den Blyker
Short Night of the Shadow Catcher: The Epic Life and Immortal Photographs of Edward Curtis Timothy Egan
Shutter Island Dennis Lehane
Silence Thomas Perry
Six Stories Matt Wesolowski
Strange Practice Vivian Shaw
Swansong Kelligh Greenberg-Jephcott
Swing Time Zadie Smith
The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay Michael Chabon
The Amber Fury Natalie Haynes
The Book of Illusions Paul Aster
The Carer Deborah Moggach
The Children’s Book A.S Byatt
The Cold Six Thousand James Ellroy
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time Mark Haddon
The Dark Tower Stephen King
The Death House Sarah Pinborough
The Fault in our Stars John Green
The Fireman Joe Hill
The Girls Emma Kline
The Great Believers Rebecca Makkai
The Host Stephanie Meyer
The Ice Harvest Scott Philips
The Illumination of Ursula Flight Anna-Marie Crowhurst
The Institute Stephen King
The Kite Runner Khaled Hosseini
The Lingering SJ Holliday
The Lingering SJI Holliday
The Lion Tamer Who Lost Louise Beech
The Long Suit Philip Davidson
The Lunar Chronicle Marissa Meyer
The Naked Chef Jamie Oliver
The One John Marrs
The Passengers John Marrs
The Power of the Dog Don Winslow
The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle Stuart Turton
The Shadow of the Wind Carlos Ruiz Zafon
The Strange Case of the Alchemists Daughter Theodora Goss
The Time Travellers Wife Audrey Niffenegger
The Underground Railroad Colson Whitehead
The Undertaking: Life Studies from the Dismal Trade Thomas Lynch
The Vanishing Act of Esme Lennox Maggie O’Farrell
The Warehouse Rob Hart
This is Memorial Device David Keenan
Through the Language Glass Guy Deutscher
Twisted Steve Cavanagh
Under The Dome Stepehn King
Underland Robert MacFarlane
Violet SJI Holliday
What the Wind Knows Amy Harmon
Wolf Hall Hillary Mantel
Women of the Otherworld Kelley Armstrong

One thought on “Readers Top 100: The Final List

  1. Ah now if that is ‘Women Of The Other World’ by Kelley Armstrong that’s a sneaky move as that’s a series !
    Love this more diverse list and its indie focus!

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