Here are the 10 fiction titles that the Monitor’s book critics admired most in 2014.
"All Our Names," by Dinaw Mengestu
By Monitor staff
The narrative of this novel toggles between Uganda and the American Midwest, weaving together the stories of Isaac – once a freedom fighter, now an immigrant – and Helen, an American social worker who becomes romantically involved with him. (Knopf, 272 pp.)