Better Reading Top 100 – Part 4

Each year Better Reading release a list of top 100 books voted by Australians. There is no better time to start reading through this list of favourite reads. And the good news is that most of the title are available through our eLibrary

Here are the top 25 titles from the list, finishing with number 1.

25. The ex by Nicola Moriarty | BorrowBox eBook and Audio
24. Bridge of clay by Markus Zusak | BorrowBox eBook and Audio | indyreads eBook
23. The wife and the widow by Christian White | BorrowBox eBook
22. Cloudstreet by Tim Winton | BorrowBox Audio | indyreads eBook
21. Under the midnight sky by Anna Romer | BorrowBox Audiobook
20. The dry by Jane Harper | BorrowBox eBook
19. The diamond hunter by Fiona McIntosh | BorrowBox eBook and Audiobook
18. Big little lies by Liane Moriarty | BorrowBox eBook and Audiobook
17. The lace weaver by Lauren Charter
16. Where the crawdads sing by Delia Owens | BorrowBox Audiobook
15. Scrublands by Chris Hammer | BorrowBox eBook
14. How to be second best by Jessica Dettmann | BorrowBox eBook and Audiobook
13. The woman in the green dress by Tea Cooper | BorrowBox Audiobook
12. The power of one by Bryce Courtenay | BorrowBox Audiobook | indyreads eBook
11. The bronze horseman by Paullina Simons | BorrowBox Audiobook
10. Tidelands by Phillipa Gregory | BorrowBox eBook and Audiobook
9. Pride and prejudice by Jane Austen | BorrowBox eBook and Audiobook | indyreads eBook and Audiobook
8. Just one wish by Rachael Johns | BorrowBox eBook and Audiobook
7. Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine by Gail Honeyman | BorrowBox eBook
6. Outlander by Diana Gabaldon | BorrowBox eBook
5. The lost man by Jane Harper | BorrowBox eBook | indyreads eBook
4. The tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris | BorrowBox eBook and Audiobook
3. To kill a mockingbird by Harper Lee | indyreads eBook and Audiobook
2. The book thief by Markus Zusak | BorrowBox eBook and Audiobook | indyreads eBook
1. Boy swallows universe by Trent Dalton | BorrowBox eBook and Audiobook | indyreads eBook

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