My favourite books of 2019 – part 2 – April to May. #topreads @claremackint0sh @harrietevans @lucymangan @iona_grey @phaedrapatrick @happymrsH @liz_fenwick

Welcome to part two of my posts featuring some of my favourite books I’ve read in 2019. As I mentioned last week, I just found it impossible to narrow it down to a Top Ten so am featuring my top reads from each quarter. You can read about my first six choices from January to March here and today I’m sharing my choices from April to June. There are seven wonderful books which made my list in these months. If you click the book title under each cover, it will take you to my review.

After the End by Clare Mackintosh

The Garden of Lost and Found by Harriet Evans

Bookworm by Lucy Mangan

The Glittering Hour by Iona Grey

The Library of Lost and Found by Phaedra Patrick

A Thousand Roads Home by Carmel Harrington

The Path to the Sea by Liz Fenwick

Have you read any of these books? What did you think of them. Let me know if any of my favourites are your favourites too. Look out for Part 3, July to September, next week when I will reveal another five books which have made my top reads list for 2019.

8 thoughts on “My favourite books of 2019 – part 2 – April to May. #topreads @claremackint0sh @harrietevans @lucymangan @iona_grey @phaedrapatrick @happymrsH @liz_fenwick

  1. I’ve read two of them. A Thousand Roads Home is on my end of year pick of my bookshelves review (which is still in draft) thought it was such a wonderful story. I’ve read The Library of Lost and Found too and really enjoyed that. I’ve seen The Glittering Hour around and quite fancied it so I’m off to read your review now.

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      1. I don’t know yet, I need to finish it but definitely before Christmas, so I’d best get on with it. I shall let you know?


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