The Best New Fiction Of 2013

There were mighty tomes from Donna Tartt, Eleanor Catton, and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (pictured), pastiches for lovers of Bond and Wodehouse, and a final novel from Iain Banks. The Guardian looks back at the year’s big hitters. Most egregious omission: A.M. Homes‘s “May We Be Forgiven.”

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