Time magazine recently put out a list of the "Top 100 Books" from 1923 to the present. Admittedly, very few people would agree on what should be on such a list, no matter who made it - but, really, I've noticed quite a few people scratching their heads publicly over what the magazine came up with.
No matter. We don't have to take their word for it.
Cindy Swanson, for instance, is asking for readers to make their own Top 25 list of books. She's kicked things off with her own list. (Use title link.)
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