“Best Of” Lists

Books, books, and more books! Check out these reading lists from around the Web, and share links to more great Best of 2019 lists in the comments!

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message 1: by Millie (new)

Millie Bates Wonder I like this cause its interesting


message 2: by Joan (last edited Nov 26, 2019 01:02PM) (new)

Joan The Curse of Scalibrae this is book 2 of a great trilogy, book 3 will be coming soon. Can’t wait! The spirit of scalibrae is book 1. Highly recommend it.


message 3: by Justin (new)

Justin Tate Of the books published in 2019 that I read, only a few were memorable. I guess you can call this my "best of" list:

Top Pick: In The Dream House: A Memoir

City Of Girls

Shortest Way Home

The Institute


message 4: by Khurshid (new)

Khurshid Alam Learn Markdown: The Complete Guide on Markdown Formatting


message 6: by Eric (last edited Dec 02, 2019 08:44AM) (new)

Eric Smith This book has blown me away. The best RPG book I've ever read - in a 40-year history. Wish I could nominate it for the Goodreads Choice Awards.

The Monsters Know What They're Doing: Combat Tactics for Dungeon Masters


message 7: by Lisa (new)

Lisa My favorite this year was The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides


message 8: by LO (new)

LO Lorelei Stieg Larsson made me love the thriller! His Millennium series is unforgetable!


message 10: by Laura (new)

Laura My favorite have been:
The Stormlight Archive series by Brandon Sanders
Dark Romance series by Anita Gray
and War of Roses series by Lana Sky


message 11: by Laura (new)

Laura LO wrote: "Stieg Larsson made me love the thriller! His Millennium series is unforgetable!"

I agree, I really like Stieg Larsson too! Good pick


message 12: by Colette (new)

Colette The Great Alone was my favorite book of 2019, by far!!


message 13: by Nasrin (new)

Nasrin Attar Girl, wash your face


message 14: by B (new)

B Im really surprised these didn't make it on any of the lists :
Cheshire Crossing by Andy Weir and Sarah Anderson
Black Mage by Barnes and Kirkland
New kid by jerry Craft


message 15: by Liz (new)

Liz Never received any voting emails from Goodreads after the first -- disappointed!


The Masked Reader Definitely excited to see, which novel will make the cut for which category.


message 17: by Hassan (new)

Hassan Faham Hmmm it would be The Alchemist for coelho *-*


message 18: by Lovejeet (new)

Lovejeet Reen Heather MorrisThe Tattooist of Auschwitz

This is the one i would choose for 2019


message 19: by Elzie (new)

Elzie Lord A Tragic Kind of wonderful by Eric Lindstrom is a great read I would definitely choose this for 2019


message 20: by Lilia (new)

Lilia Meredith Lovejeet wrote: "Heather MorrisThe Tattooist of Auschwitz

This is the one i would choose for 2019"


I agree!


message 21: by H-Grace (new)

H-Grace I hope they publish the Finalists in the categories again. I had seen a few in fiction I’d like to save as Want-To-Read.


message 22: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Stevens I was looking for the new author De'Kari with the Gorillaz In The Bay series. Do you even list any urban authors?


message 23: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Stevens Hassan wrote: "Hmmm it would be The Alchemist for coelho *-*"

That was a great book!


message 24: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Stevens Gorillaz in the Bay: Neva DieGorillaz In The Bay 2, Voorheeze & ClarkolaGorillaz in the Bay 3: Black Lives MatterGorillaz in the Bay 4: The Conclusion

All by Author De'Kari. I would have like to see these books on this. Urban author's deserve more recognition.


message 25: by LaKesha (new)

LaKesha Evans I would love to see urban books on this list. They definitely deserve more recognition.


message 26: by LaKesha (new)

LaKesha Evans H-Grace wrote: "I hope they publish the Finalists in the categories again. I had seen a few in fiction I’d like to save as Want-To-Read."

Good question!


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