Wednesday, December 25, 2019

Top 10 of 2019: Books I Wish I'd Made Time to Read in 2019



Top 10 of 2019 is hosted once again by Kimberly Faye Reads, and this year she has a co-host Ginger @greadsbooks.   The first topic of this is books I wish I'd made time to read in 2019.  And that was easier than some of the other topics, because I narrowed it down to just those published in 2019.  So here we go!

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So I read the first one, and then the one after, but I had so many other things booked when the second book came out, I was unable to fit it in. But I need to do that!

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I didn't get a physical ARC before it was published, but I did get one through books for trade on Twitter after, and I just need to fit it in!

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Another one that I didn't get a physical ARC, so didn't request the e-galley because I had so many other books already scheduled for reviews.

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Definitely need to read this one.  I bought it for my students, so when it's not checked out some time, I'll try to read it!

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Another one that I love the author, but didn't get a physical ARC until after it came out from books for trade.  Still need to fit it in!

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I think this one is similar to another Helena Hunting book that I didn't get to read right away, Good Luck Charm, but I do own this one, so hopefully in 2020!

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Another one I'd really hoped to get an ARC of, but didn't.  I again bought it for my school library and when the popularity dies down with students, I'll try to get it read!

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Now, I love every book by Maggie Stiefvater that I read, but often I do end up getting to them late.  And that's where I'm at once again.

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So I've only read one book by Ruta Sepetys, Between Shades of Gray, but I really had hoped to get the jump on this one.  We had an ARC at the bookstore where I work, but since it was a young adult book club pick, the person who runs those got it.  I hope to get to it soon!

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Okay, so, no, this didn't come out in 2019, but I had really hoped to get this second book in the Outlander series done and move on to the next.  But I didn't.  Here's to next year!

Tell me, did you read any of these this year?  Are any on your TBR?  What other books do you wish you'd made time to read?

If you're interested in joining in to the Top 10 of 2019, you can go to the links at the top for the hosting blogs.  Here are the other topics you'll see coming up:



And by the way, Merry Christmas!





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6 comments:

  1. I am interested in Call Down the Hawk, because I enjoyed the Raven Cycle so much. I plan to make time for it next year.

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    1. I hope to make time myself as well! Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. Merry Christmas, Lisa! I really need to get Call Down the Hawk. I loved Ronan. My sister has Internment, so I need to borrow that one too.

    -Lauren
    www.shootingstarsmag.net

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    1. I loved Ronan too! I've got to get ahold of it soon. I'll have to put it on my list for reading in 2020. Thanks for visiting!

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  3. Call Down the Hawk is such a brilliant book! I think you are going to love it when you get around to reading it. I wish I made time for Fountains of Silence and the Grace Year too!

    www.oliviascatastrophe.com

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    1. I hope I can get it soon! Thanks for stopping by!

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