In a list that will undoubtedly get a lot of scrutiny from readers and readers’ friends, Wired magazine has named its 50 Best Books Of The 21st Cen tury.
The magazine, which has always been a great source of news, opinion, and entertainment, is taking the top spot for its top five books of the year.
Wired’s ranking is comprised of more than 500 books by authors such as Peter Straub, Richard Price, Mark Lawrence, and Pauline Kael.
The list also includes a few novels, including “The Red Book,” by Paul Cornell and “The New Man,” by James Tiptree.
This is the second year in a row that Wired magazine, and this year’s list, has been ranked.
The previous time the magazine had won was in 2016, when Wired placed fourth.
The top five is comprised largely of novels by writers such as Daniel Clowes, Neil Gaiman, and Stephen King.
The most recent book that made the list was “The Big Short,” by Simon & Schuster.
Other notable books on the list include “The Good Wife” by Gillian Flynn, “The Great Gatsby” by Salman Rushdie, “Nosferatu” by Bram Stoker, and “Hippie Dandy” by Jane Austen.
Wired has been publishing books for more than a century, but it’s only recently that the magazine has become so prolific.
The company announced in November 2016 that it was doubling its publishing budget and expanding its library to include “new and previously unpublished works by top writers,” including “Ender’s Game” by “Nirvana” and “Ozymandias” by Stephen King, among others.
The number of books in the library doubled in the past year, from 1,600 to 2,800.