10 in 2018

07 Jan

10 in 2018

Hello! Last year I did a post called 17 in 2017, where I stated seventeen books I wanted to read this past year. Well. I read about half of those, hawhaw. Obviously that goal was too lofty for me. And my mood was fickle, I guess. So instead of going up to 18 for 2018, I’m going to drop to ten titles, and this is where it’s likely to stay for the years to come.

So without further ado, these are (currently) the top 10 books I most want to read in 2018:

So basically, all of that is fantasy, minus one or two titles. It’s gonna be fantastical year! 😀 If you’ve read any of the above and feel I should prioritize them over others, please let me know! Happy reading!



Posted by on 01/07/2018 in Book Discussion, Books


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11 responses to “10 in 2018

  1. MetalPhantasmReads

    01/07/2018 at 4:46 pm

    I also have Grace of Kings on my personal TBR to listen to this year. I do hope you like Elantris too!

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  2. dragonsandzombies

    01/09/2018 at 8:00 pm

    I am curious to see what you think about ‘Elantris’! It was my least favourite Sanderson and I didn’t even finish it haha

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    • embuhlee

      01/10/2018 at 5:37 am

      Honestly I haven’t read anything by him and had heard that it tended to be people’s least favorite if they didn’t read it first… So I’m reading it first so there’s no prior bar haha

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