Books Read in 2018

2018 was the year in which I rediscovered my love of reading.  Having unaccountably read only 2 books in 2017, and with a growing pile of books coming into my house and waiting to be read, I set myself a target of 12 books to read during the year.  I reached that target on 12th August and carried on.

1.   The Muse - Jessie Burton
2.   The Roundabout Man - Clare Morrall
3.   The Piano Tuner - Daniel Mason
4.   Gone Girl - Gillian Flynn
5.   The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society - Mary Ann Shaffer and
                                                                                             Annie Barrows
6.   Perfect - Rachel Joyce
7.   Prisoner 4374 - A.J. Griffiths-Jones
8.   Sanditon - Jane Austen and Another Lady
9.   Fahrenheit 451 - Ray Bradbury
10.  The Tale of Beatrix Potter - Margaret Lane
11.  Regeneration - Pat Barker
12.  The Eye In The Door - Pat Barker 
13.  The Ghost Road - Pat Barker
14.  Life Before Man - Margaret Atwood
15.  Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine - Gail Honeyman
16.  Have the Men Had Enough? - Margaret Forster
17.  The Hills Is Lonely - Lillian Beckwith
18.  The Sea For Breakfast - Lillian Beckwith
19.  The Loud Halo - Lillian Beckwith
20.  A Rope - In Case - Lillian Beckwith

I finished the 20th book on 1st December and over the rest of that month I read another 3 books.

21.  The Grey Family - Noel Streatfield
22.  The Christmas Mystery - Jostein Gaarder
23.  A Christmas Carol and Other Stories - Charles Dickens - completed 30th December.


 
 


2 comments:

  1. I've listened to - Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman and will read soon - The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows, for the book club. Cathy x

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  2. I loved both of those. I thought Eleanor was so sad and I understood her entirely. I bought my copy of TGL&PPPS from Oxfam online and was delighted to find that it had been signed by Annie Barrows so although it's gone to Guernsey now with The Mathematician, it's a long-term loan rather than a gift. x

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