The Matter of the Crown by Linda Ferreri ★★★☆☆
First Published: 2014
Publisher: Self Published
Thanks to Rachel (
Rachel’s Random Resources) for organising this blog tour. I was sent a copy of this novel for review, but all opinions are honest and my own.
Magic Study by Maria V Snyder (The Chronicles of Ixia #2) ★★★★☆
First Published: 2006
Publisher: MIRA Ink
This review may contain spoilers for previous books in the series
Yes it’s that time of year where everyone sets new goals that inevitably end up forgotten about in 3 months time. And here’s my post!
First lets check in on my goals for 2017. This time last year
I created a TBR, and here’s how I got on:
I read a total of
110 book this year, and there were some really great ones. These are the best of them.
Before we commence with my top 10 here’s a couple of honorable mentions.
Station Eleven by Emily St John Mandel was a re-read this year, and it’s solidly placed it into my favourite books of all time. Meanwhile Force of Nature by Jane Harper was a close contender for my top 10, except it’s not due for release until 2018 in the UK. My post on the blog tour is coming in February.
wrap up and tagged 2017, author: angie thomas, author: chimamanda ngozi adichie, author: daniel cole, author: emily st john mandel, author: jane harper, author: jenni murray, author: jessie burton, author: liane moriarty, author: maria v snyder, author: sarah j maas, author: stephanie garber, author: stephen chbosky, book: a court of mist and fury, book: a history of britain in 21 women, book: big little lies, book: caraval, book: force of nature, book: poison study, book: ragdoll, book: station eleven, book: the hate u give, book: the miniaturist, book: the perks of being a wallflower, book: we should all be feminists on .
January 3, 2018 3 Comments
Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty ★★★★★
The Power by Naomi Alderman ★★★★☆
Genre: Science Fiction, Dystopian
InterWorld by Neil Gaiman and Michael Reaves (InterWorld #1) ★★★☆☆
Genre: Science Fiction, YA
T he Crucifix Killer by Chris Carter (Robert Hunter #1) ★★★☆☆