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    • eviejayne says

      Thank you! I’ll definitely need to read more non-fiction in 2019. Yes you’d love it! It’s such a thrilling story x

  1. Macey Gloria says

    Yayyyy The Hobbit made the list!! 😉 I’m aiming for 50 books in 2019, hopefully I can hit that goal as successfully as you did xx

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  2. Jack Deyes says

    Fantastic blog post and the books you have added to this blog post all sound very interesting. I’m wishing you and your blog all the best for 2019


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  3. Sammy says

    Ooh thanks for the recommendations! I put a couple of these in my favourite books of the year post – loved Little Fires Everywhere and Children of Blood and Bone!

  4. Audrey says

    Congrats on 55 books! // haha I used to read Jaqueline Wilson all the time too! // I’ve heard so many people rave about Children of Blood and Bone and Little Fires Everywhere so they’re definitely going on my 2019 TBR. My Winter 2019 TBR is basically 2018’s Hottest Books I Haven’t Read Yet hahah. But I want to be reading new books too! So many books I want to read!!! // I haven’t read The Hobbit or any of The Lord of the Rings, but I have watched the films haha. I really do have to get around to reading the series. I also have to get around to reading A Song of Ice and Fire (I’ve also watched all of Game of Thrones). // I read The Hate U Give and One Day in December toward the end of 2018 and loved both! I expected The Hate U Give to be an easy YA novel to breeze through, but the topic was so heavy that I found I had to pace myself through it. I simply love how HUMAN The Hate U Give was. And you already know that One Day in December was one of my 2018 favourites 🙂 -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey’s

    • eviejayne says

      Children and Blood and Bone was such an epic story, the world-building is incredible, and news is out that the sequel is to be released in June which I’m so excited for! Little Fires Everywhere on the other hand is beautiful in terms of its character-building – they’re both completely different but I enjoyed them just as much. While I loved The Hobbit, I read the first LOTR book this year and struggled to finish it, I found it so boring! I’ve watched all of GOT too but haven’t got around to reading the books yet, the size of them is rather intimidating haha. My TBR list this year is purely built around 2018 favourites too haha, so many amazing books and so little time. Thanks for reading! x

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