Favorite Books Per Release Year / 2000 Up to 2018 / #toptentuesday 198

Back in May we had a prompt for top ten tuesday (as always hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) where we would pick our favorites per release year. I felt that was hard and just did it per year I read them in for the last 10 years. But Jolien from The Fictional Reader rightly pointed out that it being hard was part of the fun. So after that post I made this list.

Instead of doing settings I’d like to see more of, as I feel I’ve done similiar recently or at least within the last year, I am revisiting this topic and I am giving you the last 19 years. Because I am extra.

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35 thoughts on “Favorite Books Per Release Year / 2000 Up to 2018 / #toptentuesday 198

  1. Ooh awesome list. I remember buying Fool’s Errand and being so excited for a Tawny Man trilogy! And Storms of Swords- amazing.

    The Long Way To A Small Angry Planet- wow hard to believe it’s been 5 years!

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  2. Great list! I just finished Seraphina and loved it – how isn’t this book yelled about more? – and I adore The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet and really enjoyed Foundryside, too. I need to read some Robin Hobb this year!

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  3. I liked your alternative response to this week’s prompt. It’s so important to pick prompts that speak to you if the official one does not!

    My TTT.

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  4. This is incredible. Sadly if I did it, I think it would be mostly non-fiction educational books about how to work with struggling readers, which is half-the reason I started my blog to begin with. I had to quit that for the sake of my health.

    Well done!

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  5. Oooh I love this! (I may do this at some point). That’s HARD. And it’s crazy that what is now…20 years..I remember most of these books like it was yesterday!!

    (Side note – have you read Ness’s Chaos Walking books? Is A Monster Calls as emotionally traumatic as they are? I don’t want to write off Ness forever, but I honestly don’t know if I can put myself through something like that again either, as well crafted as it was)

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    1. Yes do it!

      I haven’t but A Monster Calls is basically a short book (with the illustrations I suggest if you pick it up) about grief. Its a different hard hitting I think.


  6. I enjoy a lot of these books too. I’m glad to see so many Robin Hobb books on your list. Of them all, Golden Fool is my fav so far. Way of Shadows was entertaining and I enjoyed Lost Hero too.

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      1. Fool’s Fate was so good. I like how it ends a certain characters’ arc. I’m reading the Fitz and the Fool trilogy now. It has me anxious about how the story will end.


  7. Oh, dat lijkt me echt een blogpost waarbij je van je hart een steen moet maken om je favorieten terug te brengen tot maximum twee. Maar ik ga hem wel opslagen vermits ik het eindresultaat heel tof vind. Wie weet ben ik ook zo ver heen dat ik denk dat het een goed plan is om er zelf ook eens aan te beginnen.

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