It’s mid-day in Ghana and a Wednesday but hey… I have to share my Top Ten Books of 2010.
Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish.
This weeks topic: Top Ten Books of 2010.
Here is my lists:
Note that my list is not in any particular order.
1. The Other Crucifix by Benjamin Kwakye
2. Anowa by Ama Ata Aidoo
3. The Sun by Night by Benjamin Kwakye
4. Carry Me Down by M.J Hyland
5. The Clothes of Nakedness by Benjamin Kwakye
6. The Beautyful Ones Are Not Yet Born by Ayi Kwei Armah
7. Half of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
8. The Famished Road by Ben Okri
9. Disgrace by J.M Coetzee
10. Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe
What is yours? Do you have any favourites? You can also share yours!
It’s so refreshing to see all the African writers’ works on your list!
Here’s my Wordless Wednesday: Here’s my Wordless Wednesday: http://readerbuzz.blogspot.com/2010/12/wordless-wednesday_29.html
I’m just from your blog. I love your wordless Wednesday and makes me want to start up something similar. Thanks for your comment.
I haven’t tried any real challenges yet, apart from one on GoodReads, and I didn’t actually make the 100 books I thought I would. I like your 10 favourites for 2010. Makes me think what I would put on my list!
Thanks Nina. Hope 2011 is a good year for reading for you. Happy New Year.
Very good list. I see your bias towards Kwakye is showing 🙂
Thanks Kinna but I think Ben Kwakye deserves such a huge mention. lol! I’m hoping you grasp your hand on his second book – ‘The Sun by Night’.
What a great list. I’m happy to see two that I’ve read and loved, and want to get my hands on a few more!
Amy, thanks. I am glad you liked my list.
This is a great list! Most of these books are new to me – thanks for bringing them to my attention! Happy new year & hope 2011 is another good year for reading for you.
Thanks for those kind and encouraging words. I am just from your blog and I also like what your doing. In fact, I’m even tempted to join the post a day challenge organized by wordpress but I’m not sure. Happy reading in 2011 too.
Such a great list of books.
How i wish Half of a yellow sun by Chimamanda could be #1. I love her story and looking forward to write that better. Im a up and coming writer, see my blog: http://www.justusdanielbooks.wordpress. Nice list!
I also loved half of a Yellow Sun but note that my list is not in any particular order. I certainly know that Chimamanda is a good writer and there is more to learn from her. I will be visiting your blog o.k. Cheers!
Just like yourself I stumbled across J M Coetzee while in a library. The man is genius and it manifests in his writing. In an attempt to read writers around the world I read Achebe’s classic
Things Fall Apart last month.
My goal in 2013 is to develop a more focused TBR list.
Thanks for the wonderful site Geosi.