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12 Books to read in 2019

One of my resolutions for 2019 was to read more, as I read an appalling number of books in 2018, which I think I want to blame on my illness and the year I had! But having survived and made it to 2019, I want to read more, and widen my horizons. A lot of what would be considered classics, I’m yet to discover.

I have a list of 12 books that I want to read this year, and these are not the only books I want to read, but the ones I will at least be starting with. I already have all of these books at home, and I really want to finish this list by the end of 2019.

Please let me know if you have any must reads and recommendations, and also let me know what books are on your 2019 book list! I’d love to know.

12 books read 2019 reading challenge

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  1.  Why we sleep, Matthew Walker
    why we sleep matthew walker
  2. 1Q84, Haruki Murakami

    1q84 haruki murakami

  3.  The subtle art of not giving a f***, Mark Manson

    the subtle art of not giving a f*ck Mark Manson

  4.  The power of habit, Charles Duhigg
    the power of habit Charles Duhigg
  5. The four agreements, Don Miguel Ruiz

    the four agreements Don Miguel Ruiz

  6.  How to win friends and influence people, Dale Carneigie

    how to win friends and influence people Dale Carnegie

  7. After dark, Haruki Murakami
    after dark haruki murakami
  8. Animal farm, George Orwell
    animal farm george orwell
  9. Brave new world, Aldous Huxley
    brave new world Aldous Huxley
  10. The catcher in the rye, J. D. Salinger
    catcher in the rye J. D. Salinger
  11. Wuthering heights, Emily Brontë
    wuthering heights emily bronte
  12. To kill a mockingbird, Harper Lee
    to kill a mockingbird harper lee

What are your must reads and recommendations? Please let me know down below or on twitter/instagram.

I really want to expand my knowledge and improve my language and vocabulary through reading this year.

What are some books you’re excited to read this year? I realised I haven’t seen a lot of films or read a lot of books which might be seen as a classic and I’d like to change that!

See you in the next one,

Rina

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