I agree completely. There are two more months of reading to be done and I expect I'll read some solid 2007 publications (and then there is the Best I've Read 2007 list), but sort of like putting up Christmas lights early, shouldn't we at least wait until after Thanksgiving?
Notable from the PW List (it's a really big list broken into categories)
Falling Man - Don DeLillo (I can't agree with this choice)
Heart-Shaped Box - Joe Hill (I have a copy at home, will read it soon)
Acacia - David Anthony Durham (I agree wholeheartedly!)
Bright of the Sky - Kay Kenyon (disagree, but I know the book is quality)
The Name of the Wind - Patrick Rothfuss (I've heard nothing but praise)
The Winds of Marble Arch - Connie Willis (her retrospective collection, can't wait to read it)
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - J. K. Rowling (yep)
And then PW closes by agreeing with me about The Almost Moon:
Expectations were high for Sebold's follow-up to The Lovely Bones, but the book—about a woman who kills her aging, infirm mother—is...not good.