I was going to write an entry about the winner, but Petty Witter at Pen and Paper has put it so eloquently, that I am going to refer to her today.
The Lacuna by Barbara Kingsolver did win, though I am not convinced it was the best fiction written by a woman.
Click here for links to my reviews of all six books.
Thank-you to all my readers who followed along as I read these books. I continue to look forward to sharing more of my reviews with you, though they will be books my my chosing (unless my kids shove a book in my face and demand that I read it, immediately) and not neccessrily from a award list.
update: June 13, 2010
The Orange Prize Project who have spent the past several months reading and discussing these books.