10 best books of 2011, according to Amazon
Amazon picks its 10 best books of the year.
2. "1Q84," by Haruki Murakami
It’s no wonder he’s been nominated for countless literary awards. Monitor reviewer Kevin Hartnett calls "1Q84" Murakami’s “most ambitious novel yet – an unstoppably readable, deeply moving love story that cements Murakami’s reputation as a uniquely compassionate and imaginative novelist who’s among the leading voices of his global generation.”