So as far as 2019 goes it was an incredible year for reading fantasy books for me with two amazing Holly Black books. Also I dived into a insane and heartbreaking series by Seanan Mcguire which was my favourite book of the year. I hoping that next year’s Top Ten Books will be a wider variety of genres. Let me know in the comments your thoughts on any of these books and what was in your Top Ten for 2019?
Here is the list:
10. Five Feet Apart by Rachael Lippincott
Opinion: It got last place because I loved the story but I wanted more from it.
9. Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo
Opinion: I loved the main character Alex but it did take me a long time to get into.
8. Legend of Kevin by Philip Reeve and Sarah McIntyre
Opinion: I love this book it is just hilarious and full fantastical wonders.
7. Malamander by Thomas Taylor
Opinion: This book had that wonder that you find in Harry Potter but with a sea monster legend and little girl looking for her parents I can’t wait to read the next one in the series.
6. Nicholas St North and the Battle of Nightmare King by William Joyce and Laura Geringer Bass
Opinion: This was just like reading the perfect magical middle grade Christmas book that you completely immersed yourself in this world as just reminded you a person you once were.
5. Wicked King by Holly Black
Opinion: A sequel that grips to the end in a thriller way but also has all the politics of a faerie kingdom and backstabbing. I loved every moment of it and the characters.
4. Scythe by Neal Shusterman
Opinion: This book has a way of making you question every moral decision you have ever made in your life. Alongside that the world draws you in and you question whether our society needs such an organisation.
3. Want by Cindy Pon
Opinion: A truly epic struggle for the greater good but what can this mean where the rich live in a bubble and the rest of the population in the air.
2. The Cruel Prince by Holly Black
Opinion: This delve into the real meaning of who family really is in your life through three sisters. Showing their struggles between the mortal and faerie world which is better for them?
1. Every Heart A Doorway by Seanan McGuire
Opinion: This writer has a way of introducing you to world that you know nothing about but must know everything about and that can’t leave because it is so enticing.
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