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How many books have I read this year?

Welcome back to Miscellaneous! I know what you’re thinking: where have you BEEN? Reviewing books for the Inky Awards of course. Check out my shadow judging blog to see what I’ve thought of the books so far!

Moving onwards, I was sitting here just thinking about the books I’ve read so far this year. It’s already HALFWAY through 2018, so I thought I’d give you my list of what I’ve read to see if you guys think I’ve been slacking off:

*Note: some won’t have authors because I read them on my kindle and can’t find them anymore or I literally just can’t remember 🙁

  1. Forever, Yours by (I don’t actually know, but it was about these two teenagers who were separated by illness or something so if anyone knows it, hmu).
  2. Force of Nature by Jane Harper
  3. The Dry by Jane Harper
  4. The Uprising by Lisa M. Stasse
  5. The Defiant by Lisa M. Stasse
  6. Projekt 1065 by Alan Gratz
  7. Illusive by Emily Lloyd-Jones
  8. Prisoner B-3087 by Alan Gratz
  9. The Heartbreaker Chronicles by Ali Novak
  10. This Savage Song by Victoria Schwab
  11. The Importance of Getting Revenge by Amanda Abram
  12. Perfectly Oblivious by Robin Daniels
  13. Angel by James Patterson
  14. Maximum Ride by James Patterson
  15. Schools Out Forever by James Patterson
  16. The Hundredth Queen by Emily R. King
  17. The Fire Queen by Emily R. King
  18. Blood Oath by Raye Wagner
  19. Marked by Power by Cece Rose
  20. Winters Guardian by G. Bailey
  21. Winters Kiss by G. Bailey
  22. Winters Promise by G. Bailey
  23. Winters War by G. Bailey
  24. Elusion by Zoe Parker
  25. Ascension
  26. The Gender Games by Bella Forrest
  27. The Gender Secret by Bella Forrest
  28. The Gender Lie by Bella Forrest
  29. The Gender War by Bella Forest
  30. The Enhanced by T.C. Edge
  31. Hybird by T.C. Edge
  32. Nameless by T.C. Edge
  33. Assassin by T.C. Edge
  34. Captive by T.C. Edge
  35. Renegade by T.C. Edge
  36. Invader by T.C. Edge
  37. Avenger by T.C. Edge
  38. Defender by T.C. Edge
  39. Nemesis by T.C. Edge
  40. The Culling by T.C. Edge
  41. The Rogue Queen by T.C. Edge
  42. The Warrior Race by T.C. Edge
  43. The Red Warrior by T.C. Edge
  44. Angel of War by T.C. Edge
  45. Shadow Wings by Raye Wagner
  46. The Influencers
  47. Recon by Tarah Benner
  48. Exposure by Tarah Benner
  49. Control by Tarah Benner
  50. Lockdown by Tarah Benner
  51. Annihilation by Tarah Benner
  52. The Culling by Ramona Finn
  53. The Authority by Ramona Finn
  54. The Ferrymen by Ramona Finn
  55. Undercover Magic by Linsey Hall
  56. Academy of Magic by Linsey Hall
  57. Pursuit of Magic by Linsey Hall
  58. Attack by Magic by Linsey Hall
  59. Master of Magic by Linsey Hall
  60. Recoil by Joanna Macgregor
  61. Refuse by Joanna Macgregor
  62. Rebel by Joanna Macgregor
  63. Divergent by Veronica Roth
  64. The Arbiter by K.D. Labnier
  65. Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
  66. To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
  67. Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard
  68. Kings Cage by Victoria Aveyard
  69. War Storm by Victoria Aveyard
  70. War Cross by Marie Lu
  71. Take Three Girls by Cath Crowley, Fiona Wood & Simone Howell
  72. The Young Elites by Marie Lu
  73. Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth
  74. Still Life with Tornado by A.S. King

Some of these are series (note T.C. Edge), but some are apart of series that after the first book I was like haha no, but if you’ve read more of that series and think it gets better (aka me with Red Queen) tell me in the comments!

 

Currently Reading:

THE FATES DIVIDE YASSSSSSSSSSSSSSS! I’m going to review both Carve the Mark and Fates Divide together as well as compare them to the Divergent series because I HAVE A LOT TO SAY.

So what do you think? Too little or just the right amount for 6 months of reading? How many books have you read this year?

-E

8 comments

rhapsody

WHAT THE HOOTIN TOOTIN WOW this is so impressive I think I've read maybe 20 books this year so far

3rd Jul, 18
eriinfisher

I literally have no life, but I have friends who have read more so I’m like ?

3rd Jul, 18
bookwithbane

The secret to reading more books is to read whenever you have time. On the toilet, before bed, walking from and to classes and while eating

4th Jul, 18
eriinfisher

I'll let you know a little secret: I can't multitask :)

4th Jul, 18
otaku

What a feat!
Just wondering, but you said you’d read Angel, alongside Maximum Ride and School’s Out Forever. Was Angel a re-read, because it’s one of the later books in the series

8th Jul, 18
eriinfisher

No, I read them completely out of order & was very confused and lost, then trashed them because I was like ‘what is going on’ and then realised that I read them out of order and gave up :(

8th Jul, 18
otaku

In reply to eriinfisher

I actually did the same for the series! I was in grade 5 or 6, when I saw ‘Fang’ in Borders (throwback wow) and tried to borrow it from my library, but my librarian told me I borrowed out the latest book in the series (it was at the time). I read the series from the start then, and it’s still one of my all time favs!

8th Jul, 18
eriinfisher

In reply to otaku

I saw everyone on the bandwagon and decided to jump on - 100% now understand that it is directed to people below my age, but was a fun read for the most part!

8th Jul, 18