Read the best books of the year, winners of Wednesday nights British Book Awards.

Best Read of the Year –
Winner: Labyrinth by Kate Mosse
Voted for by the public this bestseller has been at the top of the charts all year.

Set in Carcassonne, Labyrinth is a grail adventure spanning centuries from medieval

France to the present day.

Book of the Year – Winner:
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

by J K Rowling
In his sixth year at Hogwarts, Harry must battle his nemesis, Voldemort, and protect

his friends, but will they all make it to the final year?

Children’s Book of the Year –
Winner: Ark Angel by Anthony Horowitz
From Cornwall to Cuba, Venice to France, Alex Rider has travelled far and wide as

a spy for MI6, facing danger and death at every turn, but will he survive his latest mission
fighting Scorpia?

More Winning Titles
* Crime Thriller of the Year *
The Take by Martina Cole

* Biography of the Year *
Sharon Osbourne Extreme by Sharon Osbourne

* Popular Fiction Award *
The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger

* Sports Book of the Year *
Being Freddie by Andrew Flintoff

* Film & TV Book of the Year *
The Constant Gardener by John Le Carre

* History Book of the Year *
Auschwitz by Laurence Rees

* Author of the Year *
Alan Bennett for Untold Stories

* Writer of the Year *
Diana Evans for 26a

* Newcomer of the Year *
Marina Lewycka for A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian

I have highlighted all the titles that I own in bold 🙂