Thursday’s Top 4: books to read in 2019

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This week the topic is books to read in 2019. I have so many books to read, and I love planning, so I’m excited to start planing for 2019.


Half of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

We have this on Kindle, and I really want to read it soon.

The Secret History by Donna Tartt

I loved the Goldfinch and want to read this one too. And I’ve heard a ton of good things.

Slide by Jill Hathaway

This is on my Read Soon or Remove list on Goodreads, so I’m going to try to read it this year.

A Wrinkle in Time by Madeline L’Engle

Ditto for this one. I think if I don’t read it by the summer, I’ll just watch the movie and call it a day.


So those are four books I want to try to read in 2019. Have you read any of these? Which should I read first? Let me know!

Ally xx

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13 thoughts on “Thursday’s Top 4: books to read in 2019

  1. Nice list! I strongly recommend reading The Secret History. It is such a great book. The funny thing is that I started with The Goldfinch, read it and liked it, and then when I read Tartt’s The Secret History and The Little Friend I realised that I love these two of her earlier novels much more than The Goldfinch.

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  2. I think I’m basically the only person in the world who doesn’t like A Wrinkle in Time. But I’ve heard the new movie is pretty bad and made some questionable changes in terms of the characters. :/

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  3. Nice list! I must say, though: A Wrinkle in Time the movie is not at all the same thing as the book. It’s a rather dumbed-down version of it, IMO. I enjoyed the movie, but as a gateway to the book and not as a replacement. So I would highly recommend reading the book instead of just watching the movie. (Which order you choose to do them in, though, is up to you. I like both for different reasons.)

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