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rachelk
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Great question! I‘ve read quite a few outstanding books so far, but I think my favorite has to be ‘A Gentleman in Moscow‘ with ‘The Remains of the Day‘ coming in as a close second.

#bestbooksofar2019 @megnews

rachelk @mdhughes72 Ooh, I‘ve got ‘The Female Persuasion‘ here — I‘ll have to get to it soon! 8mo
megnews Thanks for sharing! I‘m getting lots of great recommendations from this question. 8mo
rachelk @megnews I‘m seeing some good recommendations too! Great post. :) 8mo
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sprainedbrain
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I‘m really bad at following directions and/or choosing just one, so I have a few contenders for my #bestbooksofar2019 😃

🌟 The Highland Witch by Susan Fletcher
🌟 A Ladder to the Sky by John Boyne
🌟 Once Upon a River by Diane Setterfield
🌟 The Lost Queen by Signe Pike

megnews I recently read my first John Boyne and want to check out something else by him. Will keep this one in mind. Thanks for sharing!! 8mo
Soubhiville Yes to Ladder and Once Upon a River! Both excellent! 8mo
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mhillis
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Nonfiction:
Warmth of Other Suns

Fiction:
Dreamland Burning
Rainbirds

#bestbooksofar2019

megnews I‘m so glad to hear The Warmth of Other Suns is one of your favorites so far this year. I‘m reading it now. Never heard of Dreamland Burning but it sounds great. Stacked. 8mo
mhillis @megnews It‘s long and worth reading! I liked how the author was able to zoom in on three specific stories yet still capture the wider situation 8mo
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monalyisha
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Time flies! How about a top 3? 😉

Winner:
“Sing, Unburied, Sing” by Jesmyn Ward

Runner-Up:
“The House on Mango Street” by Sandra Cisneros

Honorable Mention:
“Sadie” by Courtney Summers
(audiobook HIGHLY recommended!)

Also, I really, truly loved the tagged poetry collection!

#BestBookSoFar2019

megzlynn Daisy Jones and the Six. It truly lived up to the hype. 8mo
monalyisha Thanks to @ladyneverwhere & #newyearwhodis (which I organized; is that too immodest? 😅) for the first two books on my list! 8mo
monalyisha @megzlynn So good to hear! I have the audiobook waiting for me at the library when I get back from vacation! 😎 8mo
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megnews Sing Unburied Sing was one of my favs last year. House on Mango Street was in my top 3 so far this year! Thanks for sharing! 8mo
monalyisha @megnews Sounds like we have really similar taste! I‘ll have to pay special attention to your reviews. 😉 8mo
Joreads I have read two of Jane Harper‘s books The Dry and the Lost Man. Loved them both. I‘m a quarter way through her third and it does not disappoint either 8mo
Joreads @Kimberlone I need to read that series it‘s been on my list for ages 8mo
LogiKitty Haven't read too many but! Sadie (Courtney Summers) was my #1, followed my Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children (Ransom Riggs), & lastly The Harvest (Alanah Andrews) 8mo
ladyneverwhere Oh yay! I'm so glad those two are still so high up there for you. Heroine Complex and Difficult Women would definitely be up there in my top few for this year. And I finally get Josh and Hazel's Guide to Not Dating from the library. . . But I didn't read it fast enough and had to return it 😜 8mo
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bookandbedandtea
Lethal White | Robert Galbraith
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Tagged book or Redshirts by John Scalzi. Very different books but they're the ones I've enjoyed most so far.
#bestbooksofar2019 @megnews

bookandbedandtea @KimM that's on my TBR. It sounds good! 8mo
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SW-T
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Fiction: Priory of the Orange Tree

Non-Fiction: Born a Crime

Hard to pick a favorite, but these stood out and I‘ve recommended to them to friends so they made the cut.

#BestBooksOfAR2019 @megnews

megnews I‘ve heard great things about Born A Crime. Can‘t wait to get to it! 8mo
rachelk Born a Crime was my favorite book last year :) 8mo
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Texreader
The Rescue | Steven Konkoly
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I‘ve read a lot of four-star books but the tagged book is my only 5-star read of the year so far. #bestbooksofar2019 @megnews

megnews Sounds good! Thanks for sharing! 8mo
CouronneDhiver I‘ll be publishing my BestOfTheSeason list soon! 👍🏽 (edited) 8mo
Texreader @CouronneDhiver I will love to see that! 8mo
CouronneDhiver I‘ve got a week left to squish some extra books into my life 😆 @Texreader (edited) 8mo
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Samplergal
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The Art of Fielding for fiction. For nonfiction, Missoula. Although I‘ve read some great books this years. ( also some really stinky ones!)
#bestbooksofar2019

megnews I‘ve read some great ones this year too. Hard to choose. Thanks for sharing! 8mo
BooknerdsLife Haven‘t started on my Classics read this year yet, so Less by Andrew Sean Greer is my favourite ATM 8mo
ShelleyBooksie Hands down Kristin Hannnahs The Great Alone. 8mo
azulaco I read Missoula last year. SO good. 8mo
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TheEllieMo
Once Upon a River | Diane Setterfield
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Without a doubt, my #BestBookSoFar2019 is Diane Setterfield‘s Once Upon A River. Magical.
@megnews

megnews That looks good! Thanks for sharing! 8mo
ErickaS_Flyleafunfurled This one captured my imagination 8mo
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CarolynM
Too Much Lip | Melissa Lucashenko
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Too Much Lip
Milkman
The Museum of Modern Love
Normal People
The Hate U Give

#BestBookSoFar2019

megnews The Hate U Give was so good. 8mo
Hestapleton Oo I‘m getting ready to dive into 8mo
Jeg I‘m reading Too much Lip right now. Sooo good. 8mo
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