Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Meant to Read In 2018 but Didn’t Get To

This is my first Top Ten Tuesday of 2019 – and it starts with the book I didn’t get round to reading in 2018. Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl and there’s a list of topics provided there if you’d like to join in…

There were many, many books I was planning to read last year but I didn’t get round to…

 

  1. Herodotus The Historieshistories herodotus

I feel like this one should sort of count as “read”, as I got half the way through and I am still reading it. But it’s a rather hefty tome, so hey. I still think I did well

 

2. Henry James What Maisie Knew

what maisie knew tttI acquired a copy of this one late last year because I wanted to read it immediately! And then I didn’t get round to it.

 

3. Liane Moriarty Nine Perfect Strangers 

nine perfect strangers

So this one was on offer at the local supermarket, and I was convinced that I would read it at once. It didn’t quite work like that

 

4. Ben Judah This is London

this is london

Okay, I thought I would finally have the time to read it last year. But nope.

 

5. Olga Tokarczuk Bieguni (Flights) 

bieguni 5

Tokarczuk got awarded the International Man Booker Prize for Flights this year, and so I thought I’d finally get around to reading it.

6. David Olusoga Black and British

black and british 6

I got this one in February 2018, fully intending to read it the same year. Didn’t quite manage it

7. Virginia Woolf Night and Day  

night and day

I thought to finally get around to reading this one this year…

8. Henry James The Princess Casamassima

princess casamassima

I knew this one was a bit ambitious as it’s rather long, and I know the ending…and it turned that was right.

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