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#18in2018
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Bertha_Mason
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My #18in2018!
If the covers are too small to read, I'm glad to give titles and authors in the comments. :)
Also, everyone should read The Disturbed Girl's Dictionary.

Naj Some really interesting choices. So many of them are on my tbr. 5mo
Bertha_Mason Thank you! I hope you enjoy the ones that are on your tbr :) 5mo
Naj @Bertha_Mason I only saw your comment while randomly scrolling. You forgot to tag me in your reply! 5mo
Bertha_Mason @Naj Oh. 😶 Oops! 5mo
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BooknerdsLife
Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoy
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Here's my #Top18of18 #18in2018
Sorry only 15 books here cause my app only let me add 15. I've enjoyed & love most of the books I've read in 218, especially #AnnaKarenina , #Circe, #HauntingOfHillHouse , and #Wundersmith , they are my top 4 favorites. Do you see any of your favorites here?
What's your favorite read last year?
#booknerd #bookreview #readinglife #AussieReader #Classics #Fantasy #YA #bibliophile #favoritebook #favoriteread #bestbooks

Andrew65 Some great books 😊 5mo
BooknerdsLife @Andrew65 Thank you 😊 5mo
MellieAntoinette A good reading year for you too! Love this! 5mo
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Freespirit I loved Anna Karenina and Eleanor Oliphant ❤️📕 5mo
Jee_HookedOnBookz Love your picks Eliza! I have yet to read Anna Karenina! It's still.sitting on my shelf 😅 5mo
BooknerdsLife @MellieAntoinette Thank you & Same to you too 🤗💖 5mo
BooknerdsLife @Freespirit IKR such lovely books!! 😍I‘m so glad I‘ve finally decided to read Anna Karenina, & now I finally understand why all the praises about it. 5mo
BooknerdsLife @Jee_HookedOnBookz Thank you Jee😘 Oh I hope you‘ll pick it up soon. It totally took me by surprise of how interesting and beautiful this book is. All the characters are simply mesmerising (some might be more annoying than others at times tho😅) But I‘m absolutely drawn by his writing style 5mo
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BarbaraJean
Les Misérables | Victor Hugo
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I have so many year-end & new year posts I haven‘t written yet! But here is my top #18in2018. It was so hard to narrow it down! There are a ton of runners-up I could also list, but I‘ll leave it at this and will probably do a few other posts highlighting favorites in certain genres. The tagged is definitely my biggest reading achievement this year—finally moving that 1200-page monster off the TBR! What were your 2018 favorites & big achievements?

StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Excellent choices! 📚📚📚 5mo
Gezemice Lots of great books there! My big achievement was War and Peace. 5mo
BarbaraJean @StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego It was a great reading year! @Gezemice War and Peace is a fantastic achievement!! The digressions in Les Mis actually reminded me quite a bit of the essay-ish parts of War and Peace. How did you like it? 5mo
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Gezemice @BarbaraJean I enjoyed the peace parts a lot, and the parts of war that focused on the soldiers. The strategy and philosophy parts were mildly interesting at first, but got really old fast, as he was long-winded and repeated himself. Finally I learned to recognize those sections and just skipped them. That way it was perfect! I read Les Mis a long time ago and remember skipping parts of it, too. 5mo
BarbaraJean @Gezemice Haha—Yes!! I think I would have enjoyed War and Peace more if I‘d been able to skip/skim all the philosophical ramblings on the will of the masses. But I was reading it for a class, so I kind of had to pay attention! I loved Pierre, though—such a fantastic character!! 5mo
Gezemice @BarbaraJean Oh, I am glad it was not for class, lol. Yes, Pierre was great! I also love Tolstoy‘s female characters - he pays attention and draws complex chatacters, unlike most of his collegues of the time. 5mo
BarbaraJean @Gezemice “Unlike most of his colleagues of the time”—exactly! The female characters in Les Mis were underdeveloped to say the least, and often just plain problematic in their lack of depth or stereotypical roles/attitudes. Tolstoy‘s characterizations are wonderfully complex across the board. 5mo
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callielafleur
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In 2018, I finished 121 books! Way higher than any year for me since I've started tracking my reading. I'm proud of myself. I completed the #booked2018 challenge and made a pretty good dent in the #ssdgmchallenge.

My #18in2018 are shown above. This was the year of amazing nonfiction for me- I can't choose between Columbine, Killers of the Flower Moon, The Indifferent Star Above, and I'll Be Gone in the Dark as my favorite for the year!

Cinfhen Fantastic year!!!! 6mo
sprainedbrain You had a great year! 5mo
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bookandbedandtea
City of Thieves: A Novel | David Benioff
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I loved going back through my lists to find my #18in2018 as I had forgotten about a few of these despite how much I loved them. 😯

JaclynW So many great ones! 6mo
bookandbedandtea @JaclynW It was a good reading year! 6mo
bookandbedandtea @StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Thanks! I really enjoyed these. 5mo
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DebbieGrillo
We Were Liars | E Lockhart
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StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Some great reads there! 6mo
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glitterkitty459
The Song of Achilles | Madeline Miller
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Here's my #18in2018 picks!! I'm so glad to have found Litsy this year! 🤗 #blameitonlitsy

I'm not sure if I'll do any reading challenges this year, but I'm going to try to read more nonfiction and classics. And read the books I already own! 😁

Happy New Year everyone!! 😊📚📚🎉

shellleigh33 I need to read the books I already own to. That is one of my New Years resolutions for this year!! 6mo
ashley_gilman I take it you‘ve already read Scythe... it‘s next on my list!! Did you totally love it? 6mo
glitterkitty459 @afgilman1993 Yes!! I loved Scythe! The sequel was even better than I expected too 😄 6mo
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Shley9225 @glitterkitty459 @afgilman1993 omg Scythe and Thunderhead were AMAZING. It feels so validating when I see others raving about them 😁 6mo
Naj Reading more non-fiction is my goal as well. Happy New Year! 💜 6mo
AthenaWins Omg I loved that book. I still feel the heartbreak of it. By far the deepest love story I've ever read. 6mo
Jdav9613 That‘s a great statement glitter kitty! I have built up my bookcase to do the same thing. 6mo
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Addison_Reads
Swan Song | Robert McCammon
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#18in2018

Most of these are #blameitonlitsy reads.

My absolute favorite fiction for the year is Swan Song. Robert McCammon is an incredible storyteller. After reading this, I bought several of his other books, which I plan to read in 2019.

My favorite non-fiction is Becoming. The writing is warm, welcoming, and inspirational.

The book that I feel is underrated and that everyone should read is River of Teeth. I mean it has hippos after all 😁

TrishB Swan Song and Becoming are in mine too 😁 6mo
readordierachel Hyperbole and a Half ❤ 6mo
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hes7
Favorites | Garret Mathews
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#18in2018 Favorites (in alphabetical order)

Before We Were Yours
The Broken Girls
The City of Brass
Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine
Falling for You
The Great Alone
How to Walk Away
The Lord of the Rings
Mark of the Raven
My Plain Jane
Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow
No One Ever Asked
Olivia Twist
The Only Thing Worse Than Me Is You
Outlander
Scythe
The Tenant of Wildfell Hall
The Way to Game the Walk of Shame

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