It is yet again time for another #SixforSunday post. Who knew these weeks could fly so fast? I’ve had a week of half term so far. Lots of work to do though, so I can enjoy next week! There’s lots of exciting things happening next week! More on that in future blog posts.
Today’s #SixforSunday post is:
Favourite reads of 2018 so far
Now, I’d like to preface this with a disclaimer:
I read State of Sorrow, Goodbye Perfect and The Exact Opposite of Okay in 2017, so it would be cheating to include these. But if you’ve not read them, you should. They are incredible 2018 releases.
- 1000 Perfect Notes – C.G. Drews
Heartbreaking, powerful and emotive. I read a proof of this and I can not stop thinking about it.
- The Nowhere Emporium – Ross Mackenzie
This isn’t a 2018 release, but I read it in 2018. It is just so magical. I want to forget it and reread it because I loved it so much.
- The Wicked Deep – Shea Ernshaw
Delicious, deceptive and dark. Just BRILLIANT (check out my review: BOOK BLOG: Shea Ernshaw)
- Hero at the Fall – Alwyn Hamilton
Oh Jin. Swoon, but seriously, this series is BRILLIANT. Check out my review: BOOK BLOG: Alwyn Hamilton)
- Brightstorm – Vashti Hardy
Properly good adventure. I can’t wait for more.
- When the Mountains Roared – Jess Butterworth
This is a BRILLIANT story. Conservationism and friendship. Kids are loving it!
I’ve read so many great books so far in 2018, I can’t wait for the rest of the year!
What have your favourite books of 2018 been so far? Don’t forget to share using the hashtag #SixforSunday! I look forward to reading your posts!