My book blog tells me that I've reviewed 72 books on the blog this year; there are others I've reviewed just on Amazon, and probably half as many again that I've started but not finished for whatever reason. I love it when it's time to select my favourites of the year, and hope you enjoy perusing my choices.
About my Top 20
- Please click the book's title to see my review, with Amazon links.
- All those chosen are books to which I awarded 4.5*, 5*, or my occasional 5 Gold Stars, for the very best.
- Numbers 20-11 are in no particular order, but I've done a proper countdown for the Top Ten, as I think it's more fun, and I like to name my very favourite book of the year. 🏆
- All come highly recommended!
1970s Aussie drama about unmarried mothers
Five: three wonderful historical novellas from different eras, all connected by the Pembrokeshire mansion in which they take place.
Four: the sixth in this marvellous series of Victorian murder mysteries; each one is a stand-alone, but you should read them all!
In 3rd place: actually two books, but they go together: the final two parts of the only series you need to read about Anne Boleyn.
The runner-up: the international best seller, about who we are, where we come from, why we do what we do and what we might do next!
🌟🌟 ~ My favourite book of 2018 ~ 🌟🌟
One of the best historical novels I've ever read, set in the 17th century London of Samuel Pepys. I recommend reading my review and buying it immediately!