Where has the year gone? I can’t believe there’s only a couple of weeks left. I know it’s still a little early, but I thought I would share my favourite books I read this year today. It was hard to narrow it down as there’s been so many amazing reads. 2020 has been an excellent year for books!
Infinity Son by Adam Silvera:
I loved Infinity Son! I knew back in January this one would be on my list come December. It’s not for everyone, I really loved it and how mythical creatures were incorporated into it. I’m eagerly awaiting the next book!
Wranglestone by Darren Charlton:
Wranglestone is by far one of the favourites of this year. I will never stop raving about this one. Wranglestone was everything I wanted and so much more. It’s a fresh and unputdownable take on the zombie apocalypse.
The Ship of Shadows by Maria Kuzniar:
What a ride this was! The Ship of Shadows was the pirate adventure story I’ve wanted for so long! Beautifully written, gripping and unforgettable. I cannot wait to get my hands on the next book!
Havenfall by Sara Holland: (Gifted)
I adored Havenfall from start to finish! If you haven’t read it already, what are you waiting fof? Different worlds connect to ours via doorways under an Inn. Captivating, magical and full of wonder.
Cinderella Is Dead by Kalynn Bayron:
Cinderella Is Dead is phenomenal and by far one of my favourite books of the year! I was hooked from the start and desperately hoping we’ll get more books with these characters.
Grief Angels by David Owen:
Where do I start? Grief Angels completely blew me away and has become one of my all time favourites! It’s an incredible and powerful story of grief and friendship. Grief Angels will stay with you long after you’ve turned the last page.
Crescent City by Sarah J Maas:
My favourite books of the year list wouldn’t be complete without Sarah J Maas. I absolutely adored SJM’s debut adult book. It was everything I wanted and so much more. Crescent City is a must read!
Vampires of Moscow by Caedis Knight:
You need to read this one! I love, love, love Vampires of Moscow! This was the paranormal book I’d been looking for, I need the next book asap. Witches, vampires and shapeshifters, set in snowy Russia. I could not get enough of it!
Life of Riley by Simon James Green:
Life of Riley is Simon James Green’s debut middle grade about a boy who thinks he’s been cursed with bad luck. It’s hilarious and full of Simon’s trademark humour. I highly recommend it!
What are your favourite books this year?
2 thoughts on “Blogmas Day 12: Favourite Books of 2020”
I loved Crescent City so much! Can’t wait for book 2 🙂
wranglestone is on my tbr. I can’t wait