Yay for Harold Fry and 11/22/63! There are some on your list I've not seen before, so I'm making a note to check them out. Happy New Year!
Happy New Year, Natalie :-) Harold Fry and Stephen King - two wonderful but very different books .
I haven't heard of most of these, I will have to check some out.
If you want something out of the crime genre you might like some of them.
I've only read 11/22/63 - and loved it. Definitely memorable :-)Tanya PatriceGirlxoxo.com
A very nostalgic read when you're as old as I am ;-)
I do love these lists! I am taking notes, and meanwhile working on my own.
Hard to choose when compiling them but I love reading everyone else's lists - lots of new titles for the TBR.
Some great books here. I haven't heard of all of them either, so I'm going to look them up and then probably add them to my wishlist :P
It's surprising how diverse everyone's lists are and a great way to add more to next year's TBR.
I must have picked up Foal's Bread in a kindle sale as have no idea what it's about apart from "pony on the cover!" so it's good to see you enjoyed it. I have also been hankering after the cover of Sanctuary Line for a while.
Opinion seems to be divided on Foal's Bread but I really liked it - hope you will too.
Harold Fry was one of my favorites this year, too, and I LOVED Clara Callan but rarely see it mentioned.
I love finding books that I missed when they were first published and Clara Callan was worth waiting for. Probably No 1 favourite for the year and I hope more readers will seek it out.
Of these, I've read none, but I have The Uninvited Guests somewhere - so I'm looking forward to that!
I know some readers didn't like it but I thought it was hilarious - hope you'll enjoy too.
I've had my eye on The Uninvited Guests for awhile. Looks like I need to check it out!
It's the sort of book you will either love or loathe so I hope it's the former for you.