Year in Review: A List of Books

Happy New Year!


So, it’s that time where I like to put into writing (or on a screen) what I read over the last year.  I know you can find the list on GoodReads, but what fun is that for a book review blog?


  1. Robert M. Drake, Beautiful Chaos
  2. E.B. Wheeler, The Haunting of Springett Hall
  3. Sarah Miller, The Borden Murders
  4. R.M. Drake, A Brilliant Madness
  5. Megan Shepard, The Madman’s Daughter
  6. Gerald Butler, The Demonologist
  7. Michael Griesbach, The Innocent Killer
  8. Cat Winters, The Uninvited
  9. Micol Ostow, The Devil & Winnie Flynn
  10. Madeleine Roux, Catacomb
  11. Cat Winters, The Steep and Thorny Way
  12. Marissa Meyer, Cinder
  13. Dawn Kurtagich, Dead House
  14. Jessie P. Polak & Mark Moran, Death on the Devil’s Teeth
  15. Kristin Hannah, The Nightingale
  16. Melissa de la Cruz, Isle of the Lost
  17. Shannon Hale, Ever After High: The Storybook of Legends
  18. Amy Lukavics, Daughters Unto Devils
  19. Kathy Parks, The Lifeboat Clique
  20. Kara Thomas, The Darkest Corners
  21. Jeanine Pirro, He Killed Them All
  22. Robert Galbraith, The Cuckoo’s Calling
  23. Yael Egal, Flat Earth Theory
  24. James Renner, True Crime Addict
  25. Tina Fey, Bossypants
  26. Heather Harlan, Shame, Shame, I Know Your Name
  27. Linda Castillo, After the Storm
  28. Lindsay Rebar, Rocks Fall, Everyone Dies
  29. Sarah Jude, The May Queen Murders
  30. Cyn Balog, Unnatural Deeds
  31. Amy Lukavics, The Women in the Walls
  32. John Patrick Stahley, Doubt: A Parable
  33. Linda Fairstein, Devil’s Bridge
  34. Natalie D. Richards, One Was Lost
  35. Ransom Riggs, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children
  36. Kat Howard, Roses and Rot
  37. E.K. Johnston, Exit, Pursued by a Bear
  38. Madeleine Roux, Escape from Asylum
  39. Neil Gaiman, Fantastic Mistakes
  40. Sara Blaedel, The Killing Forest
  41. Mary Roach, Spook: Science Tackles the Afterlife
  42. Sara Shepard, The Amateurs
  43. Megan Miranda, All The Missing Girls
  44. Robert Roth, All That Blood Can Tell (Manuscript Evaluation)
  45. Norah Olson, What the Dead Want
  46. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
  47. Natasha Preston, The Cabin
  48. Dawn Kurtagich, And the Trees Crept In
  49. Spencer Johnson, The Present
  50. Rabia Chaudry, Adnan’s Story
  51. Malala Yousafzai, I Am Malala
  52. Jennifer L. Armentrout, Oblivion
  53. Danielle Vega, The Merciless
  54. Danielle Vega, The Merciless II
  55. R.L. Stine, The Lost Girl
  56. Jenny Adams Perinovic, A Magic Dark & Bright
  57. Melanie Brooks, Writing Hard Stories
  58. Michelle Krys, The Dead Girls Society


  1. Well done for reading so many books! I just read your review for Cursed Child and I’m so happy to have finally found someone who liked it too! Everyone I know hated it, which is sad.

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