Best Books of 2018

Finally I am here with my Top 10 list of favorite books from 2018. I read many amazing books last year and it was difficult to come down with just 10 books for this list. But here is a list of 10 books that entered my favorites list, in no particular order –

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Dec 2018 Wrap Up

December was a pretty busy month for me as I took a cruise to Mexico. More details will be coming soon in a separate post. I read 6 books in total in December.

Here are the books that I finished in December –

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Jan 2018 Reading Wrap Up

Jan was a great reading month for me as I read 9 books. I have never read that many books in a month, if I remember correctly. This was possible mostly because I read small books (200-400 pages long) and because I loved every single book I read this month. With books which are not that interesting, I find reasons to not read since I do not feel inclined to read them that quickly. But when the month is filled with 4 or 5 star reads, I tend to read more.

6 of these reads were from my physical TBR (yayy!) and 2 were ebooks and 1 physical book was borrowed from the library. I had borrowed 4 books from library this month. I only ended up reading one of the 4 and returned the rest of them unread since I just am not in the mood for non-fiction or graphical novels right now.
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August Wrap Up

I am posting my august wrap up quite early since I will be flying to Hawaii next week and I don’t think I will get to finish any more books this month. I mostly read tiny books or books with hardly any text this month, just because I wanted the satisfaction of finishing a book, even though I did not have enough time to read. I wanted something quick that I could finish in a hour or so and that’s how ended up reading these short books or comic books.
But still I managed to finish 2 full length novels – one on audiobook and one physical book and a play – all of which got 5 stars from my side. It was a great reading month as I loved most of the books I read, which rarely happens.
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