Just *Some* of the Incredible Books I Read in 2018

All of these got top bananas from me and I’m surprised that a lot of them didn’t make it on to my top ten (but also not cos the books on there are frickin’ out of this world- wait till you see it 😉 ). Even if it takes more time for me to do it this way, I really enjoy celebrating the highlights of the year and these books deserve some love. Without further ado, here’s some honorary mentions:

Okay that’s all for now- hope this gets you PSYCHED for what’s to come… I know I am!!

76 thoughts on “Just *Some* of the Incredible Books I Read in 2018

  1. I really want to check out all of these—especially the Tolkien. Luckily I work in a library.
    And one of most fun books I’ve read this year is one published this year—Donner Dinner Party. It’s a graphic, but fortunately not too graphic, account of the ill-fated Donner Party.

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  2. I also read Big Little Lies this year and loved this book. Eleanor Oliphant is Perfectly Fine surprised me in the best possible way – it makes my top 5 books in 2018 list. I still can’t believe that was the author’s debut book. 😊👌
    Lovely list, taking notes for some future reads, thanks. 😊💕

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  3. I saw Broken Things on sale and didn’t get it! I saw some bad reviews and that got me distracted T_T some of the books there seem to be really good! and I have like 1 so I will get that read soon! :# thank you for sharing!

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  4. I loved Eliza and her Monsters – it really was an amazing read! I’m currently reading Eleanor Oliphant is fine, everyone really seemed to love this book this year so I am really excited to see how it fill end!

    I have Big Little Lies and Broken Things on my TBR to read as soon as possible.

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  5. Oh I’ve heard a few amazing things about Homegoing, it’s not one of the genres I normally pick up but I feel like because of all the things I’ve heard it’s a book I can’t not pick up you know? 🙂 Also I’m really glad Broken Things and My Lady Jane made it on your list. Those two are favourites of mine too, and actually of all the books I’ve read by Lauren Oliver so far Broken Things is my favourite.
    Great post. 🙂 ❤

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