Blogmas 2018: Five Favourite Books of the Year

Though I didn’t read as much in 2018 as I would have liked, there were a few favourite books of 2018 that I can pluck out of the 40ish that I’ve read so far..I mean, we still have 2 weeks left of the year so that’s plenty of reading time!

Here’s my Five Favourite books of 2018:

  1. Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli – I whizzed through this one when I read it and just loved it. I still need to watch the movie but I really loved the book, so hope my love for the movie is the same!
  2. Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi – This was such an interesting fantasy and I really enjoyed reading this one. It was fast paced and a page turner. I met Tomi at YALC this year and she’s super lovely!
  3. Legendary by Stephanie Garber – I loved the first book and the second was no different. I now can’t wait for the third and final book, Finale.
  4. Escaping from Houdini by Kerri Maniscalco – My love for these books knows no bounds. I enjoyed the new setting and thought it was so unique!
  5. The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee – Although this one took me a while to get through, I did enjoy being with the characters and thought that the plot was good.

What are your favourite books of 2018?

10 thoughts on “Blogmas 2018: Five Favourite Books of the Year

      1. I like to reread books but I don’t do it very often. I couldn’t stop thinking about Simon so I ended up reading it 3 times in 1 month. I have the urge to reread it again probably like every month but I haven’t yet because like you said there are so many other books I need to read but I’m sure I will read it again sometime next year.


      2. That’s fair enough. If there’s a book you love enough to re-read it, then I think that’s really great. I’d love to re-read Harry Potter again at some point, hopefully I’ll read the first two/three in 2019 but we’ll see!

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    1. It sort of is, but not really! It’s all about Monty, Percy and Felicity and their tour around Europe but they end up getting into a bit of trouble. There is some romance, but I wouldn’t say it takes complete centre stage!


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