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Amazon's Best Books of the Year

Amazon's Best Books of the Year is a list of best books created yearly by Amazon.com. It is a list of best books picked by Amazon editors and customers. It began in 2000. Customer favorites are ranked according to the number of sales made through October, for books published in that calendar year. The lists are usually announced in early November.

Best Books of the Year

2000[1]

2001[2]

  • Top 25 Editors' Picks.[3]
  • Top 25 Customer Favorites.[4]

2002[5]

  • Top 50 Editors' Picks.[6]
  • Top 50 Customer Favorites.[7]

2003[8]

  • Top 50 Editors' Picks.[9]
  • Top 50 Customer Favorites.[10]

2004[11]

  • Top 50 Editors' Picks.[12]
  • Top 50 Customer Favorites.[13]

2005[14]

  • Top 50 Editors' Picks.[15]
  • Top 50 Customer Favorites.[16]

2006[17]

  • Top 50 Editors' Picks.[18]
  • Top 50 Customer Favorites.[19]

2007[20]

  • Top 100 Editors' Picks.[21]
  • Top 100 Customer Favorites.[22]

2008[23]

  • Top 100 Editors' Picks.[24]
  • Top 100 Customer Favorites.[25]

2009[26]

  • Top 100 Editors' Picks.[27]
  • Top 100 Customer Favorites.[28]

2010[29]

  • Top 100 Editors' Picks.[30]
  • Top 100 Customer Favorites.[31]

2011[32]

  • Top 100 Editors' Picks.[33]
  • Top 100 Customer Favorites.[34]

2012[35]

  • Top 100 Editors' Picks.[36]
  • Top 100 Customer Favorites.

2013[37]

  • Top 100 Editors' Picks.[38]
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