14 Jan 2019

Favourite books of 2018

Hi Lovelies! 

Long time no see, I know, but we've moved again and I've been without internet for some time...

But don't fret, now I'm back and I'm ready to show you my absolute favourite books of 2018!

The following novels are in no particular order, I adored all of them and recommend them wholeheartedly.

by Stephen King

The best horror book I've read last year, hands down. A vampire story that goes back to the roots of the genre, it definitely deserves to be mentioned on one page with Stoker's Dracula and Anne Rice's Interview with the Vampire

by Anita Diamant

The Red Tent showed me that a Bible story can actually be turned into an ode to women. This novel made me feel good about my own femininity and opened my eyes to my companionship with other women. A masterpiece!

Read my review of The Red Tent here.

by Amy Trueblood

I really walked the sky while reading Amy Trueblood's novel. A book about rightful ambition, friendship, family and love. And so much to learn about barnstorming!

Read my review of Nothing but Sky here.


by Hester Fox

This was a very much anticipated title for me and it did not disappoint. It's very rare to find a well-written gothic romance these days and Hester Fox's book was a mix of so many things I usually enjoy... It was a real treat for me.

Read my review of The Witch of Willow Hall here.

by Mary Ann Shaffer, & Annie Barrows

I was blown away by the history of Guernsey and the characters that the writers had created to tell it. The movie was good but – as always – the book was better! 

Honourable mentions:

Claire's Last Secret by Marty Ambrose

Read my review here.

Mrs Sherlock Holmes by Brad Ricca

Read my review here.

How to Hang a Witch by Adriana Mather

Read my review here.

What were your favourite books of 2018?

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