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Best 10 Books of 2018

Best 10 Books of 2018
Some of these books were not released in 2018, but I read them in 2018.

Turtles All the Way Down
This was actually my first John Green book, and I just loved the way Green wrote out the story and how he was able to tell how a person was feeling without being so direct.


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In Search Of Us
When you switch between two different perspectives, it usually doesn't work, but in this book it was very important in this book, and it worked beautifully.

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As soon as I read the first page, I could tell that this book was going to be a memorable one, and it was. I don't know how to describe it, but it's a wonderful portrayal of mental illness. 

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I read this book in one sitting and it was everything a YA royal fiction book should be. It wasn't like other royal fiction, it had plot twists I wasn't expecting, and characters with personality.

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The world building in this book is what really made this book amazing. Adeyemi was able to create a story where everything was there for a reason and worked for the book.
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I'm usually not a fan of insta-love, but it worked in this book. Another thing I loved in this book was the side stories of random people who were just out there living their life.
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I started this book, and then I just stopped because nothing was happening. After a few months, I decided to give it another try and I'm so glad I did. It's a slow book, but once the plot starts, it doesn't stop.
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I had no clue what this book was about before I started reading it, but I'm so glad I picked it up. The way Tahereh Mafi writes is so poetic, and every sentence is perfectly written, and it just flows wonderfully.
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This is the companion novel to The Last Namsara, and it works so that you can read the books in any order. I love the way the author makes you feel for characters you don't even know and aren't even in the story at all.
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Every plot twist in this book was surprising. The way the author was able to make you love characters that were only there in flashbacks was remarkable. This was a of the only books were I could vividly see every single scene in this book. It was amazing.
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What were some of your best books of 2018? Let me know in the comments below!!



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