Just *Some* of the Incredible Books I Read in 2019…

Before we get to my top ten, I always like to do a little teaser to share some of the other amazing books I read this year. All of these are TOP BANANA- so they deserve some love and attention! Here are just a few of my reading highlights from the year…

Aurora Rising and Cruel Prince were excellent series openers. Soul of the Sword got me excited to read more! Holy Sister and Crowfall were both excellent ways to wrap up a series. Daisy Jones has been playing on my mind ever since I listened to it on audiobook. I got tried Laini Taylor’s delectable Night of Cake and Puppets. Woman in Black was *freaky*. Evelyn Hardcastle was one of the most unique books I’ve ever read! Woke made me laugh out loud! And I fell in love with Cait @Paper Fury’s books this year as well. And, of course, Secret History has been making reminisce ever since I read it.

And that’s all for now! Feel free to get excited about the top ten, because they rock!!

35 thoughts on “Just *Some* of the Incredible Books I Read in 2019…

  1. This looks like such a great list!! I really should listen to the audiobook of Daisy Jones, since I enjoyed it as a physical book but I feel like I’ll appreciate it even more in that format. And several of these books are on my TBR, like Aurora Rising and The Secret History, so I’m glad to see you liked them so much! Happy reading in 2020! 😄

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  2. I really enjoyed Daisy Jones and the Six this year. I think it falls just short of my top ten. I liked Evelyn Hardscastle a lot because it went outside the narrative “lines” that we’re used to. But I felt like it got bogged down in its own concept and felt repetitive at some point. The Secret History and The Woman in Black are definitely favorites too.

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  3. So many great books here!! I loved Daisy Jones as well and it easily made my favorites list of the year! I have actually been reading Soul of the Sword on and off for over half a year … I really want to finish it but I never feel as though I’m in the appropriate mood to do so! lol.

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