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Angie's 2019 Must Be Mine List

A clean slate, my friends. Complete with a brand new list of titles I can't wait to read. Here they are, my most anticipated books of 2019:





 
And no covers for these ones yet, but I'm counting down the days just the same:
A Modest Independence by Mimi Matthews
Echo in Onyx by Sharon Shinn
Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo
The Wallflower Wager by Tessa Dare
The Nobodies by Liza Palmer
The Harp of Kings by Juliet Marillier
Crescent City by Sarah J. Maas

Which titles are on your list?

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  1. I have some of these - Walls of Belfast, Comics Will Break Your Heart, I Owe You One, and am dying to get my hands on others - The Bride Test, The Austen Playbook. I just finished 99 Percent Mine today, and really, really enjoyed it. I hope you get to read all of these and they live up to your expectations.

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    1. Ooh, so happy to hear that. I have an ARC of it and that may very well be my next read.

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  2. There's always room on my list for Sharon Shinn and Juliet Marillier! And wow! Megan Whelan Turner's thief is back??? Wow!

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    1. It’s an embarrassment of riches this year!!

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  3. There are a bunch of books here that are new to me! *pops over to Goodreads to check them out* I'm really anticipating the next book in Samantha Shannon's Bone Season series, but I don't know if that will get published in 2019 or if we have to wait even longer... :/

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    1. Oh, good! I hope you find something great. And I've heard several people mention the next in Shannon's Bone Season series. Fingers crossed it comes out this year!

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  4. Happy New Year Angie!

    I didn't realise we would have a new Sharon Shinn - hurrah! I've pre-ordered the MWT in hardcover (I can't remember the last time I did that) and really looking forward to the Leigh Bardugo - not long more...

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    1. I am so excited for that one. And the MWT? I can't believe it's happening. I really can't. GEN . . .

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  5. Whaaaaaaat, a new Megan Whalen Turner???

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  6. I'm SOO excited for Return of the Thief and The Place on Dalhousie by my queen Melina Marchetta :D happy reading year, Angie!!

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    1. I mean, it's hard to believe it's actually happening, isn't it? I already feel shaky. And I've heard so many people excited about the new Marchetta. Happy reading year to you, too, Audrey!!

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  7. Ooo, this will be a good year! I'm so glad I hopped over here. I'm literally dancing in my chair. Thanks, again, Angie! You are indeed the best books blogger.

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    1. It really will! Dancing in your chair is the appropriate response, IMO. And thank you so much, Susan!

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