January 1, 2019

My 2019 Book List

I have read 118 books in 2018. Just like the previous years, most of them are by independent authors and are self-published. As a professional book reviewer, sometimes I feel like reading books become ‘work’ which, technically, in my case, is true. So, when writing reviews becomes too tedious and stressful, I read for fun. The following list is that of books that I chose to read for personal amusement.

1. Surprise Me by Sophia Kinsella
2. The Giver by Lois Lowry
3. Magic Strings of Frankie Presto by
4. Acceptable Risk by Robin Cook (reread)
5. Hidden Riches by Nora Roberts (reread)
6. Sands of Time by Sidney Sheldon
7. IQ84 by Haruki Murukami
8. The Zahir by Paulo Coelho
9. The Hate You Give by Angie Thomas
10. Kindred Spirits by Rainbow Rowell
11. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen (reread)
12. Little Men by Louisa May Alcott (reread)

That looks like a short list, doesn’t it? Well, if you want, you may add your book to that list. Here is the list of the books I read and reviewed in 2018. Mainstream books, however, are not reviewed. They are popular enough as they are and some are even overrated and don’t need reviews for promotion.

15. Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas
18. The Witch’s Journey by Elaanie S.
24. Brand Real by Vasken Kalayjian
29. Nightmares, The Lost Lullaby by Jason Segel
30. Pillow Talk: The Legend of Lorelie Begins by Daria J. Wagoner
36. Library of Souls by Ransom Riggs
39. The Manifesto Murders by Nick Airus
57. Angels among Us by Hannah Conway
59. Gone by Michael Grant
60. The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
61. Revival from the Shoulder by Paul Juby
69. Attachments by Rainbow Rowell
76. Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray
83. Beyond Wealth to Long-Term Prosperity by Naseem Mariam
99. Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan
116. I Can See Peace by Julie Penshorn
117. The Woodspeople by Marc Remus
118. Of Zots and Xoodles by Zarqnon the Embarrassed

If you want to add your book on next year’s list, you may CLICK HERE. The blog author, however, reserves the right to refuse books that are beyond her field of expertise.  

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