Posted on November 17, 2023 at 12:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Another day, another literary award and year-end book list ...
Fire Weather was also a National Book Award finalist; Baillie Gifford judges described it as both "exceptional" and "terrifying," reports the Guardian.
It's also a slightly humorous selection, because this year, more than 150 authors and book industry professionals signed a statement asking that Baillie Gifford stop investing in fossil fuel companies.
(PS: Earlier this year, the CBC shared an excerpt of Fire Weather in covering its nomination for yet another nonfiction prize.)
The other cause for celebration comes from RBmedia, which compiled a list of the bestselling audiobooks of 2023.
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