2019 Round Up, Friday Favourites

Friday Favourites – Favourite 2019 Releases

This is hosted by Something of the Book who created this tag out of a love for lists. There are different topics for us all to be able to take part and you can find the prompts here. There isn’t a specific number of favourites so it’s entirely up to you how many you share.

I have read some really amazing books this year so it was hard to narrow it down to my absolute favourite releases this year. I have not included any debut books that I included in my previous post so as not to become too repetitive. But you can read that post here.

Here are some of my favourites:

The Kingdom of Copper by S.A Chakraborty – This book will be on every list when it comes to a favourite book. If you haven’t read these books then you are missing out on the best books to ever exist.


The Fowl Twins by Eoin Colfer – I was so excited to be back in this world! One of my favourite series growing up and now we get brand new adventures!


A Good Girls Guide To Murder by Holly Jackson – Wow I did not expect to love this book as much as I did! It kept me hooked right from the first chapter.


Love From A To Z by S.K. Ali – My favourite love story. I can’t even begin to explain how much this book means to me.


Boys Will Be Boys by Clementine Ford – This book is an incredibly important read. It deals with the patriarchy and toxic masculinity and at times it was so difficult to read but so important.


The Never Tilting World by Rin Chupeco – I loved this book so much! I cannot wait for the next book!

The Beautiful by Renee Ahdieh – Renee’s books always leave me swooning and completely immersed in the world she’s created. This book is incredible!


Prayers of the Pious by Omar Suleiman – Imam Omar Suleiman is one of my favourite scholars to study from and an incredible activist and role model of mine so I was so excited to read his book and it is such a beautiful read!


Unleashed by Amy McCulloch – this was such a great ending to the Jinxed duology! I loved this book as much as the first especially as it was two girls in STEM who saved everyone.

These are some of my favourite 2019 releases. There are so many more but I didn’t want my posts becoming too repetitive as they will appear in my top 10 reads of the year and some have already been included in my favourite debut books of 2019.

What are some of your favourite 2019 releases?

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