The New York Times has also posted its "100 Notable Books of the Year."
And, while we're at it, here is Amazon.com's "Editors' Picks: Top 50 Books of 2005." They also have "Top 50 Customer Favorites."
Time magazine published its "All-time Best 100 Novels since 1923."
Metacritic.com has posted a list of the highest-scoring books in its database for 2005.
Here are Jack Schofield's Top 20 Geek Novels.
Amazon.co.uk's Top 100 Books for 2005.
Wal-Mart's Top 50 Sellers.
The Modern Library's 100 Best Novels.
USA Today keeps a Best-Selling Books Database...
as does Barnes & Noble.
Infoplease.com has a list of lists.
Click here for an archived directory of Book-Of-The-Week Selections from the All Info-About Web Almanac.
And, just for something a little different, here is Writer's Digest's 101 Best Websites for Writers.
That should keep us going for a little while.
What is the best book you've read this year and why?