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His first novel lavishly supplies them. Recounting the upheaval caused by a mysterious Englishman who arrives in Manhattan, a narrative taut with twists and turns keeps you gripped until its tour-de-force conclusion. Replicating the racy vigour of 18th-century fiction, it sends its hero careering through hectic encounters with a miscellany of characters. Colonial New York is conjured up with tremendously informed verve and brilliancies of metaphor and phrasing gleam everywhere. Read an extract on the Sunday Times website.
What follows are their lists of the fiction and nonfiction books that most moved, excited and enlightened them in — books that, in their own ways, are perhaps not finished saying what they have to say.
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New York Times: 10 Best Books of 2016
This being an Ali Smith novel, it also found solace in the consolations of friendship and art, spinning a typically lightfooted meditation on mortality, mutability and how to keep your head in troubled times around the tale of an uncertain young woman and her elderly childhood friend. But times were good for fiction: this was a rich 12 months, with plenty of big names and big ideas — though not always wrapped up in the same package. The sprawling Here I Am Hamish Hamilton ranges over such weighty subjects as America, Israel, marriage and masculinity, with diversions into obscene uses for a doorknob. And in the third year of eligibility, a US author won the Man Booker prize for the first time. This cerebral rollercoaster ride of a novel was praised to the skies in the US but brought to British attention by a Booker list that was full of surprises, and also gave a welcome push to small publishers. Some bold experimenters returned this year.