Favourite Reads of 2019

There were some brilliant books published in 2019. As usual, I have failed to read most of them. But here are the ones I did read and love this year.

My favourites, in no particular order:

The welcome return of Jackson: Big Sky – Kate Atkinson (Also, Transcription was brilliant.)

Didn’t understand what was going on, didn’t care, loved it anyway: The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle – Stuart Turton

Made me late for everything: The Man Who Didn’t Call – Rosie Walsh

A twist that made me gasp out loud: The Silent Patient – Alex Michaelides

Snort-laughed, in a very unattractive way: Standard Deviation – Katherine Heiny

Still think DI Adam Fawley is hot: No Way Out – Cara Hunter

Death, and all the other things I am fascinated by: Unnatural Causes – Dr Richard Shepherd

Sci-fi that blew my mind: Dark Matter – Blake Crouch 

Sweet, lovely, but people still died (not a spoiler): Something to Live For – Richard Roper

The award winner (and rightfully so): Normal People – Sally Rooney

Atmosphere and Australians: The Dry – Jane Harper

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