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I cannot believe that I am writing my last post of 2018 already! While I wrote before that I thought this year went by pretty slowly, this month went by extremely fast!
In 2018, my reading goal was twelve books. I knew that I would not have a lot of time to spare for reading this year, and that was very evident by my complete lack of blogging for the majority of the year. However, I came back in October and have been blogging (and reading) ever since! I ended up finishing fifteen books, and am still in the midst of reading two novels for schools which I plan on finishing in January. In this post, I will only be sharing the books that I fully finished this year during the months of October to December of 2018.
You can click on the name of the month to directly read my wrap-up post for that specific month. You can click on a specific book cover to read my review of the book (if you click on a cover and nothing happens, that is because I have not yet written a review for it yet).
Books Finished: 8
Books Finished: 1
Books Finished: 6
Those are all of the books I read in 2018! What was the BEST book you read this year? Let me know in the comments or on Instagram!
Good Night Book Owls and see you all in 2019!
14 thoughts on “2018 Bookish Year Recap”
Woo! Congrats on surpassing your goal! So many of these are intriguing to me. The only one I’ve read is The Afterlife of Holly Chase. I think my favourite was a three way tie between “The Hazel Wood” by Melissa Albert, “Legendary” by Stephanie Garber or “Queen of Air and Darkness” by Cassandra Clare.
Thank you! I really want to read “The Hazel Wood” in 2019!
Congrats on beating your goal! I really want to read Girl of paper and Fire!
Thank you! GOP&F was great!!
I’ve not read any of your choices though DRY is on my TBR list. Fantastic you beat your goal.
Way to end the year with a bang! Congrats! I loved Dare You to Lie, so happy to see it getting attention!
Thank you! DYTL was too good not to include in my top three!
I have not read any of those books. I am going to look into them.
I double dog dare you to double it for 2019!
I hope to!!
You did really well considering you were away from your blog for most of the year, Congratulations!!!
Girls of paper and fire was one of the best books of the year.