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Sunday, October 08, 2017

My Best Reads of 2017 - A Poll Off - February Reads

It's always hard to decide what the best books you've read in a year are.  We can look at our ratings, but those may change depending on our mood. It's really hard to compare some of those books against each other, especially when you've read them months apart, or they are on completely different subjects.

I'm going to have a friendly competition between the books I've read this year and see what YOU think was my best read in 2017.  I'm going to post a poll for each month of the year, with the books I've read in one list for you to vote on, so that by the end of the year, I'll have 12 books for a final poll to decide what the best book I've read this year was, according to you! There may even be a giveaway at the end!

Starting the first week of October, I will post a month's worth of books every week to be voted on, with the winner for that week going on the final list.

Here are the books I read in February, covers and links to Goodreads will be below the poll itself so you don't have to scroll if you already know your answer!  It's okay if you haven't read any of them, just pick the one that sounds the most appealing to you!

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by Morgan Rice

by Margaret Atwood

by Barry Hughart

by Stephen King

by Bec McMaster

by Jodi Taylor

1 comment:

  1. I selected "Handmaid's Tale" because every woman living in today's society should read it. However, I wanted to comment on a couple of the other selections. "On Writing" is probably the best memoir/non-fiction book I've ever read. I listened to the audio with Stephen King reading it himself. It was awesome. "Just One Damn Thing After Another" is very entertaining. I'm not familiar with the other books on this list, but the three that I have were all excellent reads.


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