What Library Borrowers were Reading End of the National Year Round Up

Top 20 reads 2012So yesterday we saw What the Library staff have been reading and enjoying in this National Year of Reading. But what about you, dear Borrowers? What were you reading?

These are the top 20 books you read in 2012:

  1. The affair by Lee Child
  2. Caleb’s crossing : a novel by Geraldine Brooks
  3. All that I am : a novel by Anna Funder
  4. Death comes to Pemberley by P D James
  5. Save power kit : find out where you use energy in your home and how you can take simple actions to save power and money
  6. The help by Kathryn Stockett
  7. The sense of an ending by Julian Barnes
  8. Minding Frankie by Maeve Binchy
  9. Sarah Thornhill by Kate Grenville
  10. Believing the lie by Elizabeth George
  11. Lola’s secret by Monica McInerney
  12. The impossible dead by Ian Rankin
  13. The happiest refugee : the extraordinary true story of a boy’s journey from starvation at sea to becoming one of Australia’s best-loved comedians by Anh Do
  14. Flash and bones by Kathy Reichs
  15. This body of death : a novel by Elizabeth George
  16. Betrayal
  17. The reversal by Michael Connelly
  18. The girl with the dragon tattoo by Stieg Larsson
  19. Autumn Laing by Alex Miller
  20. V is for vengeance by Sue Grafton

What do you think? Any surprises there?

These are the top 20 authors you read in 2012 :

  1. James Patterson
  2. Alexander Maccall Smith
  3. Nora Roberts
  4. Kerry Greenwood
  5. Michael Connelly
  6. Clive Cussler
  7. Danielle Steel
  8. Janet Evanovich
  9. Lee Child
  10. JD Robb
  11. Ruth Rendell
  12. Patricia Cornwell
  13. David Baldacci
  14. MC Beaton
  15. Anne Perry (by the number of works by this author I see coming over the circulation desk, I thought she’d rate higher)
  16. Jeffery Deaver
  17. John Grisham
  18. Agatha Christie
  19. Maeve Binchy
  20. Harlan Coben
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