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Favorite Books of 2018 (So Far)

“Wooooah, we’re halfway there”…Sorry, I just had a spontaneous Bon Jovi moment.

We are, in fact, about halfway through the year now. Close enough to it, anyway. This seems like a good time to do a mid-year check in in terms of my 2018 reading goals.

Goodreads Challenge: My goal is to read at least 40 books this year. As of yesterday, I’ve read 20. “Woooooah, we’re half…” Err, sorry. I swear I’m done. So far I’m doing pretty good with my goal.

Favorite Reads:

  • The Shades of Magic series by V.E. Schwab. (You can read my reviews herehere, and here)
  • Fragile Things by Neil Gaiman
  • Robots vs. Fairies (Anthology)
  • To Kill a Kingdom by Alexandra Christo

 

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17 thoughts on “Favorite Books of 2018 (So Far)

  1. Except for TKAK (read it, loved it) this whole thing is an extract of my TBR… Great idea for a post though. *silently slips post into pocket when no one is looking, then realizes everyone saw the attempted thievery, and runs*

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  2. I might be the only person who pretty much disliked to kill a kingdom. So much that I abandoned it and am not going to do a blog post. The world building rules didn’t make sense and it bothered me. Glad I borrowed that one and saved some loot. And surprisingly I have read nothing else on this list! Though the rest of the list is on the ports for plunder list. Just not high priority at the moment. Fun post!
    x The Captain

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    1. I enjoyed To Kill a Kingdom for various reasons, but I do admit that it had some flaws. Despite them, I was still intrigued by the sirens and their world. It was definitely one of the better Little Mermaid re-tellings I’ve read.

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