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10 best books of 2011, according to Amazon

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2. "1Q84," by Haruki Murakami

It’s no wonder he’s been nominated for countless literary awards. Monitor reviewer Kevin Hartnett calls "1Q84" Murakami’s “most ambitious novel yet – an unstoppably readable, deeply moving love story that cements Murakami’s reputation as a uniquely compassionate and imaginative novelist who’s among the leading voices of his global generation.”

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