- Portis, Charles — True Grit (215 pages)
- Simpson, Joe — Touching the Void (210 pages)
- Bardin, John Franklin — The Last of Philip Banter (207 pages)
- Millar, Martin — The Good Fairies of New York (278 pages)
- Millar, Mark — Kick-Ass (190 pages)
- Sachar, Louis — Holes (225 pages)
- Baxter, Stephen — Moonseed (523 pages)
- Buchan, John — The Thirty-Nine Steps (152 pages)
- Bukowski, Charles — Post Office (167 pages)
- Palahniuk, Chuck — Fight Club (211 pages)
- Bemelmans, Ludwig — Madeline's Rescue (50 pages)
- Rennison, Nick — Bloomsbury Good Reading Guide, Eighth Edition (508 pages)
- Rucka, Greg & Steve Lieber — Whiteout (120 pages)
- Rucka, Greg & Steve Lieber — Whiteout: Melt (106 pages)
Page count: 3162.
Although Rucka and Lieber revisit the setting and main character, U.S. Marshall Carrie Stetko, of the first Whiteout, they consciously set out to tell a different sort of story. This is not a whodunit like the first story, but rather a more complex story of political intrigue and romance which explores ideas of loyalties and self versus community. Perhaps the plot is not as compelling as in the first Whiteout, but in some ways this second volume is more satisfying, and it was a pleasure to see how Marshall Stetko developed throughout the story.