The SFBook Book of the year 2010 results:
And the winner is:
The Road to Bedlam by Mike Shevdon, published by Angry Robot Books.
Second place goes to Pink Noise by Leonid Korogodski.
Third place goes to Amortals by Matt Forbeck.
Congratulations to all the authors who made it into the top 12, an achievement in it's own right, and a big thanks to everyone who voted.
Here are the results in full, listed in order of votes:
|The Road to Bedlam - Mike Shevdon||198 (24.4%)|
|Pink Noise - Leonid Korogodski||177 (21.8%)|
|Amortals - Matt Forbeck||148 (18.2%)|
|The Name of the Wind - Patrick Rothfuss||123 (15.1%)|
|Renewal - Hylton H Smith||59 (7.3%)|
|The World House - Guy Adams||58 (7.1%)|
|Second Sight - Greg Hamerton||14 (1.7%)|
|Fahrenheit 451 - Ray Bradbury||10 (1.2%)|
|Stranger in a Strange Land - Robert A Heinlein||8 (1%)|
|The Seige of Scarn - Robert C Auty||7 (0.9%)|
|While the gods sleep - Johhny Fincham||6 (0.7%)|
|The Gathering Storm - Robert Jordan||5 (0.6%)|
Total Votes: 813
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