Halfway through the year and I’m starting to wonder how I will get all the reading done that I really want to do. So far, I’ve read 57 books in 2019. Many of the 57 were absolutely great reads. Near, perhaps even at the top of my list of favourites so far was “Where the Crawdads Sing” by Delia Owens. Have you read it yet?
After reading some excellent reviews of “The Whisper Man” by my fellow bloggers, I realized that there are several titles that I want to read before year’s end. Titles that I don’t have review commitments for, so ones that I usually ignore in favour of those that I DO have review commitments for.
I thought I would share TEN TITLES that I really want to read this year. Just because they greatly appeal to me personally. Titles that I have no commitment to review, but will review of course, as I review everything I read.
- “The Whisper Man” by Alex North
2.”Deadland” by William Shaw
3. “Dirty Little Secrets” by Jo Spain
4. “Lying in Wait” by Liz Nugent
5. “The Murder of Harriet Monckton” by Elizabeth Haynes
6. “A Gift for Dying” by M.J. Arlidge
7. “The Silent Patient” by Alex Michaelides
8. “Breakers” by Doug Johnstone
9. “Rubbernecker” by Belinda Bauer
10. “Dead End” by Rachel Lynch
Have you read any of these fantastic titles? Do you find yourself conflicted about balancing those books you want to read for personal reasons and those you have review commitments for?