Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Books I Read In 2019

Happy new year’s eve! Or, I guess, if you’re in a different time zone, it might already be 2020! Anyways, this week’s Top Ten Tuesday, a weekly meme hosted by Jana @That Artsy Reader Girl, is Favorite Books I Read in 2019.

1 It Ain’t So Awful, Falafel, by Firoozeh Dumas is amazing, and one of the best books I’ve read all year.

2 The Mother-Daughter Book Club series, by Heather Vogel Frederick. I know that this is actually 7 books, but I had to include the whole series. The characters, the plot, everything about these books are incredible!

3 Sarah’s Key, by Tatiana DeRosnay, is one of the best, and most powerful books that I’ve read this year, and in my entire life!

4 All of Rick Riordan’s books. I read all of them. Actually, I haven’t read his adult books, and I still have yet to read the latest Trials of Apollo book, but in May, June and July, I reread the Percy Jackson series, I read the Heroes of Olympus series, the first three Trials of Apollo books, (that was all that had been written by then), the Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard series, and all the other ones. I love those books, and I think that Rick Riordan’s writing is amazing, and the way that he adds on to different cultures’ mythology is really cool.

5 I just finished The Wolf Wilder, by Katherine Rundell a couple days ago, and it was amazing. The story, well, I did not expect it to be so good. It was really, really good, and had a very unexpected ending!

Sometimes I do less than ten books because I can’t come up with enough books, but right now, my computer isn’t working very well, and isn’t letting me add any more images, and some of the images are only partially showing up, so even though I could probably come up with another 25 of my favorite books from 2019, I’m going to leave it at this.

What are some of your favorite books you read in 2019? Have you read any of the ones on my top ten list? Chat with me in the comments below!

Happy Reading!

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