Lots of great books, talented authors, and legions of dedicated booklovers, combined to make 2018 another amazing year of reading. Whether discovering a new author, or returning to a tried and true favorite, the NBR interest was more than double that of last year. Our NBR international community of readers made their choices known for the 'Top Ten Reviews of 2018' in the list shown below.
Although not included in the ‘Top Ten Reviews’ list, the response to the 2018 author profiles (Sherry Harris and Jeri Westerson) proved that readers want more of this feature and we will happily provide as many new profiles as the schedule allows. Click on their names – links to books included.
Listed in alphabetical order by author (except for ‘Try Something New This Summer’), click on the links to read the reviews for the first time, or to enjoy them again.
“Try Something New This Summer” (5 different genres and authors) https://bit.ly/2IZIhU1
“43 Missing” by Carmen Amato https://wp.me/p2YVin-15v
“Circle of Influence” & “No Way Home” by Annette Dashofy https://wp.me/p2YVin-10Y
“The Trapped Girl” by Robert Dugoni https://bit.ly/2DmiRia
“A Christmas Peril” by J.A. Hennrikus https://wp.me/p2YVin-178
“The Code” & “Black Ace” by G.B. Joyce https://wp.me/p2YVin-14M
“Defending Jacob” by William Landay https://bit.ly/2pJh5C6
“Bones to Pick” by Linda Lovely https://wp.me/p2YVin-Z6
“Louise’s War” & “Louise’s Dilemma” by Sarah Shaber https://bit.ly/2F73Pkx
“Scot Harvath Series” by Brad Thor https://bit.ly/2IzvqYt
Warm thanks, everyone! May 2019 bring you many page-turning, great new reads. 🙂
6 thoughts on “Top Ten Reviews – 2018”
What an honor to be included in the Top Reviews of 2018! NBR's reviews are always thought-provoking and professional. Thank you, Patti. I hope 2019 brings you even more engaged and appreciative readers!
I am deeply thankful for your kind comments and best wishes, Carmen. One of the several reasons that the NBR community is a marvelous group is that they appreciate a topical story, well-told. Kudos for a great series!
Good to find a new resource for book reviews.
Thanks, Betty! Happy browsing. 🙂
I'm always running behind on my reading. Thank goodness for "save" options. Looking forward to checking these out!
Have fun with the list, Mari! 🙂