If it’s really the most wonderful time of the year, one reason must be the publication of so many books of the year lists. As in past years, I have collected and curated some of the most informative lists for my year-end post. The amount and quality of these books is breathtaking. And it’s safe to say that many other noteworthy books did not make these lists, but are still worthy of attention. Here are 17 of the top lists, business-focused and otherwise, for 2017:
The new year promises many exemplary titles in all genres; the fortunate few will populate similar lists a year from now. In the meantime, enjoy your reading time during this holiday season, and a Happy New Year to all!
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