Top Ten Tuesday: My ten favorite books (so far!) in 2018

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Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, featuring a different top 10 theme each week. This week’s topic is Best Books I’ve Read In 2018 (So Far).

Where to even start? 2018 has been full of amazing books for me — here are some of my favorites:

1) The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah (review)

2) The Glass Forest by Cynthia Swanson (review)

3) Eligible by Curtis Sittenfeld (review)

4) The Newsflesh series by Mira Grant (review)

5) The October Daye series by Seanan McGuire (11 books and counting!)

6) The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir by Jennifer Ryan (review)

7) Only Human (Themis Files, #3) by Sylvain Neuvel (review)

8) The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane by Lisa See (review)

9) The Murderbot Diaries, books #1 & 2 by Martha Wells (review)

It’s kind of hard to limit myself to just ten… but the final spot, I think I need to go with one of the two Georgette Heyer books I’ve read (so far) in 2018. I can always count on GH’s books to brighten my day!

10) A Civil Contract by Georgette Heyer (review)

Oh, what the heck… let’s include one more, because it was just so unique and awesome:

11) Pride and Prometheus by John Kessel (review)

And now I’m going to hit the “publish” button before I add any more to this list!

What are your top books read so far in 2018? Please share your TTT links!







26 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: My ten favorite books (so far!) in 2018

  1. Yayyyy Feed! And Toby Daye! (Winter Long is next for me) And Only Human! So glad you enjoyed these too. I’m hoping to pick up All Systems Red sometime soon. 🙂

  2. I read Feed a while ago. I haven’t read the rest but I picked up a brand new copy of Feedback from the library (couldn’t resist). Do you think it would matter if I read that one before the others. I think I read that it’s about the same time as Feed but from different POVs?
    I keep looking at Eligible too and thinking I should give it a try. So many books…

    • No, don’t read Feedback before finishing the original trilogy! Feedback is set at the same time time as Feed, but absolutely will give you big spoilers for what happens in the other books. I really, really recommend going back and reading the trilogy, and then seeing if you want to read Feedback.

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