Books read in 2018

30. These Old Shades, Georgette Heyer (re-re-re-read; read aloud with Steve)
29. The Prince and the Dressmaker, Jen Wang
28. The Talisman Ring, Georgette Heyer (re-re-re-read; read aloud with Steve)
27. The Moon-spinners, Mary Stewart (re-read) (e)
26. The Cat Who Went Underground, Lilian Jackson Braun (read aloud with Steve)
25. Winterglass, Benjanun Sriduangkaew (e)
24. The Cat Who Sniffed Glue, Lilian Jackson Braun (read aloud with Steve)
23. The Tea Master and the Detective, Aliette de Bodard (e)
22. The Persian Boy, Mary Renault
21. Heart of Obsidian, Nalini Singh (read aloud with Steve)
20. Brat Farrar, Josephine Tey
19. Woman Without a Past, Phyllis A. Whitney (e)
18. The Mermaid’s Sister, Carrie Anne Noble (e)
17. All Systems Red, Martha Wells (e)
16. Burn Bright, Patricia Briggs (e)
15. The Ivy Tree, Mary Stewart (re-read) (e)
14. Kiss of Snow, Nalini Singh (read aloud with Steve)
13. Throne of Jade, Naomi Novik (e)
12. His Majesty’s Dragon, Naomi Novik (e)
11. The Cat Who Played Post Office, Lilian Jackson Braun (read aloud with Steve)
10. The Faded Sun: Kutath, CJ Cherryh (e)
9.  Emergence, CJ Cherryh (read aloud with Steve)
8.  The Faded Sun: Shon’jir, CJ Cherryh (re-read) (e)
7.  The Faded Sun: Kesrith, CJ Cherryh (e)
6.  My Brother Michael, Mary Stewart (re-read) (e)
5.  The River Bank, Kij Johnson (read aloud with Steve)
4.  Still Life, Louise Penny
3.  Thick as Thieves, Megan Whalen Turner
2.  The Furthest Station, Ben Aaronovitch (e)
1.  Romancing the Werewolf, Gail Carriger (e)

3 thoughts on “Books read in 2018”

  1. My favorite Georgette Heyer is The Grand Sophy. But These Old Shades and Devil’s Cub are also worth a re read or 3 or 4.

  2. I’m afraid I wore out Sophy; I read it so often, that I don’t enjoy it anymore. The Masqueraders is my hands-down favorite Heyer ever, and I try to limit my re-reads, because, after all, there are many, many worthy Heyer titles. Steve and I had a grand time with The Talisman Ring, and The Reluctant Widow. He has a fondness for The Toll-Booth, which is probably my least favorite of the Regencies.

  3. I have most of the titles in e-books. We remodeled last year and since my husband is 71 and I will be 70 at year end decided to offer the books to the kids. If they did not want them they were donated. As the Heyers’ were initially available in e-book form at a very reasonable price, I bought them all. No picking and choosing needed.
    My mother introduced to to the books. So reading one brings good memories.

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