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January 22: Books I Meant to Read In 2018 but Didn’t Get To

This is a tough one, because there are so many books I meant to read in 2018, including some I meant to read in ’17, and ’16, and ’15… 😉 Alphabetical order as always.

  1. My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry; Frederik Backman. I read A Man Called Ove, and then added a bunch of his books to my list.

2. Riveted; Meljean Brook. Book 3 in a steampunk romance series I started years ago.

3. The Devil You Know; Mike Carey. Freelance exorcist. Sounds dangerous.

4. Gods of Gotham; Lyndsay Faye. This one has been on my list for a few years.

5. Tower of Ravens; Kate Forsyth. A friend recommended this to me, and I really ought to read it.

6. Moab is my Washpot; Stephen Fry. He’s funny but I’ve never read any of his writing.

7. The Wicked + The Divine; Kieron Gillen. Another series that’s been on my list for a long time. Looks so cool, though!

8. Air Awakens; Elise Kova. This pretty cover’s been watching me at a bookstore I frequent, too.

9. Crown of Vengeance; Mercedes Lackey. One of my ‘I’ll try anything they write’ authors.

10. Sky Pirates; Liesel Schwarz. Book 3 in a series I started, that’s approaching 5 years on my TBR.

About Caitlin Stern

I have a MA in English, and have so many fantasy/urban fantasy WIPs it's not even funny. I'm an avid reader of science fiction, fantasy, mystery, romance, biography, fiction, and anything else that catches my interest. I collect books, and bookmarks I find that are visually appealing and useful.

5 responses »

  1. I’ve wanted to read Air Awakens for awhile now, hope you like it!

  2. I’ve been wanting to read My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry as well! If you enjoyed Ove, I’d also recommend The One-in-a-Million Boy and Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine.

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