With some coffee on one side and my current read on the other, I am trying to accumulate my random thoughts to write about the year so far in books inspired from Norees @ NoReadsTooGreat. Click on the link to check out her post and read her responses to the prompts.
My current state of mind is quite similar to what this tag is about, freaking out because Oh my goodness, six months are nearly over. These past couple of months have been tricky with some very exciting days and some not that well. Some health issues struck me down recently and I ended up not having time to read at all. However, I believe I have managed to pick the pace reading and blogging wise and there is no looking back.
Without furthur ado, let’s get started with the prompts.
BEST BOOK OF 2019 SO FAR
A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman
Undoubtedly this has been the book of the year so far for me. The language, narration, story, emotions, everything spoke to me and most importantly Ove. He is the dearest character you would ever come across. A grumpy old man who is adorable but sometimes annoying but very pure from within the core. ~Amazon
BEST SEQUEL OF 2019 SO FAR
A Clash of Kings #2 of the ASOIAF Series
The final season of Game of Thrones was aired very recently which made me go over the books again. Also, I haven’t read any other sequel till now hence we have a winner. ~Amazon
MOST ANTICIPATED RELEASE OF SECOND HALF OF 2019
The Testaments by Margaret Atwood
I have been keeping my fingers crossed since it is announced. The Handmaid’s Tale is one of my favourite books and so is the author. I want to read all the books by her because she is simply awesome.
BIGGEST DISAPPOINTMENT OF 2019 SO FAR
None so far thankfully.
FAVOURITE POST I HAVE DONE THIS YEAR SO FAR
Well, it has to be the one I wrote about the 5 debut novels I absolutely love. Not only the post but the books I have mentioned holds a special place in my heart and I love reading, re-reading every single of them.
BOOKS TO READ BY THE END OF 2019
There are always many books that I want to read. Still, I am handpicking a few below for the rest of the year.
Have you read any of these books? Which books are on your list for the rest of the year? Which is your best book of the year?