The top 8 books to read in January 2019

Here are

The top 8 books
I plan to read in January 2019

Click on the covers to know more

CURRENTLY READING

current reads

As you see, 2019 starts on the crazy side, mostly because I couldn’t resist 2 read-alongs featuring classics:
Berlin Alexanderplatz with this group
and Don Quixote with Nick, who has great read-alongs for the whole year.
Actually, Nick is very busy, so not posting much about Don Quixote so far, BUT there’s another read-along on the same book organized by Silvia Cachia, and she has great input and resources!

If you would like to read and review Are We French Yet?, we still have some spot available.

READING NEXT

The Plotters

The Plotters is a Korean mystery. I am curious. Received for review

CURRENT AND NEXT AUDIOBOOKS

The Moonstone    HHhH

The Moonstone:
Classic that I had started on a trip. I’m restarting it.

HHhH:
I really enjoy Laurent Binet‘s writing, but I have not read this one yet.

CURRENT GIVEAWAY

Are We French Yet

PLANS FOR JANUARY

Apart form the 2 read-alongs mentioned above, I’m looking forward to Bout of Books, as usual. Great way to connect with other bloggers and get some serious reading done to start well the new year. Also, it seems the activity planned for January 9 will be based on one of my suggestions.

I have zillions of reviews to write. I’d like to do some short videos, but the problem is always where to find the time…

Eiffel Tower Orange

HAVE YOU READ
OR ARE YOU PLANNING TO READ
ANY OF THESE?
WHAT ARE YOUR READING PLANS FOR JANUARY?

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13 thoughts on “The top 8 books to read in January 2019

  1. I look forward to your thoughts on The Moonstone and Don Quixote. Thanks for the tip on Nick’s readalongs–a good plan for intensive reading of the classics. I was in another chapter-a-day group, where I read Oliver Twist. But I couldn’t keep up with their next Dickens readalong–that pace is more challenging than it sounds! Especially if one tends to read other books in tandem. I am currently reading The Old Curiosity Shop, but at a slower pace.
    I also enjoy very much your reviews and tidbits on Orthodox books, here and at Myrtle Skete! Have a nice reading year, Emma!

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  2. Pingback: Bout of Books 24 | Words And Peace

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