2019 was the year of amazing Muslim authors and ownvoices books for me! I honestly think this was one of my most memorable years in terms of books!
Here’s my Goodreads Year in Books.
So if I had to choose a TOP 3 or anything, I would just say the first books that come to my mind to be honest (We hunt the flame, Love from A to Z, There’s Something About Sweetie). I’m going to go month by month and choose my highlights!
Both of these were 5 star reads!
I also read the Throne of Glass series but The Gilded Wolves was just awesome! I did rate it a little low but thinking back I would probably rate it higher just because I really loved the characters and everything!
As if it could be anything else! I will never not be grateful for this book! I know this is an ARC but it’s basically one of my favorite books of all time so…
Roshani Chokshi just has a way with words! The imagery and story were just so beautiful!
Okay May was full of all amazing books like I really loved the majority of them… the highlights though would be…
Both of these are definitely my top books of the year! I am constantly recommending them to everyone!
I mean I re-read We Hunt the Flame… I won’t count that though…
I’m definitely excited for the sequels for both!
They’ve become auto-buy authors for me! I enjoyed this AND their other one!
This was a slow month for me but I did re-read Legend. Both the other books I read that month were awesome though!
I listened to City of Ghosts on Spotify so that was fun!
How do I explain my love for both of these books? Frankly in Love was absolutely phenomenal and More to the Story was so adorable and beautiful! I laughed and cried while reading both of these!
OCAK is an ARC but it was still a big highlight of the month!
It was a pretty slow reading month but these helped me get out of a slump!
Both of these were completely different from each other and were both amazing in their own way!
This was the month of all ARCs basically. I literally enjoyed almost every book so… I’m just going to leave this one blank!
What were some of your favorite books of the year? Any recommendations?