Reading has always been my thing. I find reading deeply therapeutic and relaxing, so it was a welcome escape from what was a stressful and pretty draining year. I wasn’t able to find time to write a quarterly reading list like I did last year, so here is a list of all the books I read in 2019. I read some brilliant books this year and found some new authors whose work I thoroughly enjoyed and will be reading more of in future. (If you’d like to some more detailed reviews, there’s a book highlight on my Instagram).
Here is the list.
- House Rules – Jodi Picoult
- We Are Water – Wally Lamb
- Emma – Jane Austen
- The Clockmaker’s Daughter- Kate Morton
- Change of Heart – Jodi Picoult
- It Ends With You – S.K Wright
- Wuthering Heights – Emily Brontë
- The End of Loneliness – Benedict Wells
- Leaving Time – Jodi Picoult
- Big Magic – Elizabeth Gilbert
- To Capture What We Cannot Keep – Beatrice Colin
- Nineteen Minutes – Jodi Picoult
- Dreamology – Lucy Keating
- Sad Girls – Lang Leav
- Dear Evan Hansen – Val Emmich
- The Hanging Girl – Eileen Cook
- The Hate U Give – Angie Thomas
- The Dreamers – Karen Walker
- The Lake House – Kate Morton
- Sharp Objects – Gillian Flynn
- The Muse – Jessie Burton
- The Translation of Love – Lynne Kutsukake
- City of Girls – Elizabeth Gilbert
- Night Music – JoJo Moyes
- The Cliff House – Amanda Jennings
- The Goldfinch – Donna Tartt
- Sense and Sensibility – Jane Austen
My only goal for 2020 is to keep reading and not to force myself to finish books I don’t like.
What did you read this year?