6 Books Worth Mentioning...that I Read in 2018
By Carmen, 4 January 2019
So here is another blog post from me – where I mention 6 books I really enjoyed in 2018.
There was the odd occasion where I had slight difficulty in choosing the ones to make the list – though I tried to keep in mind that there should be a bit of a diverse list, so that’s how some of these books ended up on this list.
The Revolution of Marina M by Janet Fitch:
I ended up getting this book in a book subscription box – and ended up loving it. This was the first book that I had read by this particular author – and I definitely plan on reading more of her books.
The Bone Collector by Jeffery Deaver:
I would say that the main reason why I LOVED this book was simply because it ticked all my boxes of ‘Bookish Buzz Words’ – and this is most certainly not going to be the last book that I read from this author.
I Was a Teenage Ghost Hunter by Brian K. Henry:
This was another book that I really enjoyed – it had normal teenagers with normal behaviour.
Technology Can Kill You by James William Peercy:
If you’re a fan of sci-fi – definitely put this book on your to-read list – this is one that I thoroughly enjoyed, and I’m not one for reading sci-fi very often.
The Season of Silver Linings by Christine Nolfi:
This book is the third in a series (Sweet Lake Series), and out of all of them, this is the one I enjoyed the most. I definitely want to try and see if I can read another one of her novels this year.
Cucina Tipica: An Italian Adventure by Andrew Cotto:
In this book – you explore the wonderful place of Italy – there are a lot of scenery as well as food descriptions. This book had a wonderful atmosphere going on.
So these are the books that I’ve decided to highlight – let me know if you’ve read any of these, or what your favourite books were for 2018.