2018 Book Priorities

Books to read, cull, or forward (in the case of changed release dates) in 2018.

Progress: 13 of 20

  1. A Skinful of Shadows – Frances Hardinge – culled
  2. Stillhouse Lake – Rachel Caine – read
  3. The City of Brass – SA Chakraborty – read
  4. Consider the Fork – Bee Wilson – read
  5. Sirens & Sinners – Hans Helmut Prinzler* – read
  6. My Brigadista Year – Katherine Paterson – culled
  7. The Clothes Make the Girl (Look Fat)? – Brittany Gibbons – culled
  8. Flight of the Silvers – Daniel Price – culled
  9. Invasion of the Tearling – Erika Johansen – culled
  10. Earth – Emile Zola
  11. Wires and Nerve vol 2 – Marissa Meyer (Jan)* – read
  12. Markswoman – Mati Rehmotra (Jan)
  13. White Sand vol 2 – Brandon Sanderson (Feb)* – read
  14. Tarnished City – Vic James (Feb) – culled
  15. An American Marriage – Tayari Jones (Feb) – culled
  16. The Invasion – Peadar O’Guillin (Mar)
  17. Bright We Burn – Kiersten White (Jun)*
  18. Sorcerer Royal – Zen Cho (Sept)
  19. The Muse of Nightmares – Laini Taylor (Oct)*
  20. Skyward – Brandon Sanderson (Nov)

Potential Reads (if they release in 2018 as they kinda say on GR):

  1. Lethal White – Robert Galbraith (TBD)*
  2. The Lost Metal – Brandon Sanderson (TBD)*
  3. the next Shades of London book – Maureen Johnson (TBD)*

Note: These potential reads will move to the main 2018 list if a firm 2018 date arrives on GoodReads.

* Guaranteed reads

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The above list was made before 2018 began. I’m using the below list to track new books to add to the 2018 list and/or the future 2019 list. To be deleted if read/culled this year:

  • The Invention of Curried Sausage – Uwe Timm
  • City of Masks – Mary Hoffman
  • The Vanishing Stair – Maureen Johnson (2019)
  • Foundryside – Robert Jackson Bennett (Aug)
  • Children of Virtue and Vengeance – Tomi Adeyemi (2019)
  • King of Scars – Leigh Bardugo (2019)
  • The Poppy War – RF Kuang (May)
  • Change Your Schedule, Change Your Life – Suhas Kshirsager
  • Then She Was Gone – Lisa Jewell
  • Too Wilde to Wed – Eloisa James (May)
  • Born to be Wilde – Eloisa James (July)
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