Bookworm #2

At the beginning of 2018, I did a review of my year in 2017 and a list of all the books I read that year. I will be doing the same this year, but the review post is going to be a little later on in January. I’m sure that everyone is desperate to read about my antics of 2018, but in the meantime, here’s my bookworm post!

 

In 2017, I read 57 books. In 2018, I read 52 books. The reason I read a bit less last year compared to the previous year is that a lot of my work was local, meaning I spent less time catching trains… My designated reading time. Which sucks a bit because I love my time spent on trains. Whizzing around the country and getting lost in some amazing books. But anyway… My goal was one book a week, and I achieved my goal. Awesome!

 

So here they are… The 52 books I consumed in 2018. let me know if you’ve read any of them or if you want book recommendations or anything. I love talking about books as much as I love my job. And you all know how much I love my job!


1. Without You, Anthony Rapp

2. A Christmas Cornucopia, Mark Forsyth

3. Tigers in Red Weather, Liza Klaussmann

4. Welcome to Nightvale, Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor

5. A Little Taste of Poison, R. J. Anderson

6. The Looking Glass House, Vanessa Tait

7. The Sister, Louise Jensen

8. The Miniaturist, Jessie Burton

9. Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep, Philip K. Dick

10. The Hidden People, Alison Littlewood

11. Ella and Otto and Russel And James, Emma Hooper

12. Copy Cat, Alex Lake

13. Don’t Wake Up, Liz Lawler

14. Ink, Alice Broadway

15. The Night Circus, Erin Morgenstern

16. Sleepyhead, Mark Billingham

17. The Mermaid’s Scream, Kate Ellis

18. Scardy Cat, Mark Billingham

19. Flight, Isabel Ashdown

20. The Winter’s Child, Cassandra Parkin

21. Frog Music, Emma Donoghue

22. Behind Dead Eyes, Howard Linskey

23. The Gift, Louise Jensen

24. Out of the Blue, Sophie Cameron

25. The Girl Before, J.P. Delaney

26. The Secret Life of Cows, Rosamund Young

27. But Then I Came Back,  Estelle Laure

28. Caraval, Stephanie Garber

29. Friend Request, Laura Marshall

30. Talking to the Dead, Harry Bingham

31. Beautiful Liars, Isabel Ashdown

32. Th1rt3en, Steve Cavanagh

33. Clean, Juno Dawson

34. Anything You Do Say, Gillian McAllister

35. The Hazel Wood, Melissa Albert

36. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, J. K. Rowling

37. The Defence, Steve Cavanagh

38. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, J. K. Rowling

39. Spark, Alice Broadway

40. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, J. K. Rowling

41. Gangsta Rap, Benjamin Zephaniah

42. I Have No Secrets, Penny Joelson

43. Helka’s Children, James Brogden

44. The Plea, Steve Cavanagh

45. The Liar, Steve Cavanagh

46. Paper Towns, John Green

47. An Abundance of Katherines, John Green

48. The Twelve Dates of Christmas, Lisa Dickenson

49. Mistletoe on 34th Street, Lisa Dickenson

50. What Happens at Christmas, Evonne Wareham

51. Christmas at the Log Fire Cabin, Catherine Ferguson

52. The Christmasaurus, Tom Fletcher


I also read a short essay by Mark Forsyth called ‘The Unknown Unknown’. If you love books, I highly suggest finding it and reading it.


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