2018 Reading List

2018 Reading List by popular Atlanta lifestyle blogger Happily Hughes

Ya’ll I’ve read so many great books lately that I just had to share my 2018 reading list!  I love that ya’ll recommend books to me on stories etc. so please keep doing so.  Here is a roundup of the best books I’ve read. If I’ve missed any new and fantastic reads just let me know below! 

2018 Reading List

  • Sing, Unburied, Sing– This family story follows a mixed family through past and present Mississippi in the most lyrical and haunting way.  I could not put it down! 
  • Red Sparrow– This novel has been turned into a movie starring Jennifer Lawrence- my girl crush.  It’s about Russian spies and CIA masterminds after the cold war.  If you’re into top secret spy stuff, you will love this. It’s also the first in a trilogy set.
  • Babyville– Another Jane Green novel that will make you laugh and cry!  I love her dry British humor.
  • Change of Heart– Jodi Picoult wins at the fiction game again with this heart-wrenching and eye opening tale.  As a mama I really connected with the main character and it made it that much more engrossing. 
  • The Wife Between Us– If you loved Gone Girl, you will LOVE this book.  I read the whole thing in one night!
  • The Woman in the Window– Also along the lines of Gone Girl.  This book twists and turns and keeps you on your toes the whole read through.
  • The Alice Network– One of my favorites of all time.  This book is about women spies during World War 2, a pregnant young woman after the war, and a handsome convict.  They all tie together in a beautiful and spell-binding story.
  • Surprise Me– Sophie Kinsella at her very best.  This book is both hilarious and heartbreaking.

What about you? What’s on your 2018 Reading List? Let me know in the comments below!

2018 Reading List by popular Atlanta lifestyle blogger Happily Hughes

11 thoughts on “2018 Reading List

  1. Gladys parker

    I’m going to try a couple you have listed. With my depression and anxiety the way it is I have to be careful to only read lite fun books. As of late I have been reading Historical Fiction (many true facts.) I attribute them to January being a little better than most years.

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  2. Alissa

    Okay so the woman in the window I really enjoyed and the Alice network is on my list. I’ll have to give a second thought to the wife between us too. But sing unburied sing? Pretty sure I gave it one star. Wouldn’t recommend to anyone! Different strokes for different folks 🙂

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  3. Shirley Wood

    This is quite a reading list. My attention span prevents me from reading at the moment but I would love to snuggle up with a good book. I do enjoy collecting books and plan to go to our library’s old book sale in a few days!

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  4. Heather

    Some of these sound pretty intense. I have to admit, I just have no time for reading much these days. Hopefully, that will change in future years. I love reading inspirational Novels and biographies.

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  5. Victoria Heckstall

    Oh, love this!! This is a great help as I compile my 2018 reading list. I am constantly adding to my reading list!

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  6. Cindy Ingalls

    Jane Green has always been one of my favorite authors ever since I read Jemima J. I will definitely have to add her new book to my must read list. Her books are just so fun and engaging.

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