Top 5 Wednesday: Books I Want to Read Before 2019

This week’s Top 5 Wednesday, hosted by the Good Reads group, is: Books You Want to Read Before 2019: Our Goodreads goals are quickly closing in. What are you prioritizing for the end of the year? I surpassed my Good Reads goal awhile ago (yay me!). Lately I’ve been having a hard time to find time to read, so I’m going to prioritize the library books I want to read before they expire – and also the ARCS I’ve recently been approved for.

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1. Pride by Ibi Zoboi

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2. Marriage of Inconvenience by Penny Reid

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3. Kiss Her Goodbye by Susan Gee

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4. For Better and Worse by Margot Hunt

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5. I Owe You One by Sophie Kinsella

What books do you want to read by the end of the year?

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25 thoughts on “Top 5 Wednesday: Books I Want to Read Before 2019

  1. For Better and Worse sounds like one for my list ;-). I’d like to read The Chalk Man before her next novel already becomes all the hype because that would make me feel even more as if I’m missing out on this author 🙂 Oh and The Kiss Quotiënt for the romance genre :-).

    • I read a really great review on For Better and Worse and am excited to get to it! I actually didn’t love The Chalk Man like everyone else seemed to, but I’m reading her second book right now and am enjoying it much more. I haven’t read The Kiss Quotient yet, either. I hope you get to them all!

  2. I just downloaded some ARCs by some of my favorite authors so I’m stoked about reading them before the year is done even though they won’t be published until next year. Good luck getting these read. I hope you enjoy them all!

  3. Lee County Elegy is one I need to read and after that, I will just concentrate on Christmas novellas. December is so busy, I’m lucky to find time for reading anything except recipes.

  4. Marriage of Inconvenience and the new Kinsella book sounds good. By the end of the year I would like to have Pieces of Her and Crooked Kingdom read.

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