Books I’ve Read in 2019

I like to read at least one book per week. This year, I’m also making a serious effort to read stuff that normally wouldn’t grab me, which means you might even find a few YA, chick lit, and pop-mainstream titles on this list. Hey, why not, right? I’ve come to believe that every book (the good, the bad, and even the downright ugly) has something valuable to offer.

Born a Crime (Trevor Noah)

The Mueller Report (The Washington Post)

The Last stone (Mark Bowden)

The Honey Bus (Meredith May)

A Gentleman in Moscow (Amor Towles)

AI Superpowers (Kai-Fu Lee)

Big Little Lies (Liane Moriarty)

Brave New World (Aldous Leonard Huxley)

The Unwinding of the Miracle (Julie Yip-Williams)

The Asset – Isabella Rose (Mark Dawson)

Cherry (Nico Walker)

The Chef (James Patterson)

Iron Gold (Pierce Brown)

The Devil in the Kitchen (Marco Pierre White)

The Fountainhead (Ayn Rand)

Batman: Nightwalker (Marie Lu)

And Then There Were None (Agatha Christie)

Where the Crawdads Sing (Delia Owens)

The Catcher in the Rye (J. D. Salinger)

Spook Country (William Gibson)

Good Kids, Bad City (Kyle Swenson)

Past Tense: Jack Reacher #23 (Lee Child)

Sugar Run (Mesha Maren) The Reckoning (John Grisham)

The Winter of the Witch (Katherine Arden)

Everless (Sara Holland)

Crystallizing Public Opinion (Edward L. Bernays)

The Emperor’s Edge (Lindsay Buroker)

Target: Alex Cross #26 (James Patterson)

Idoru (William Gibson)

The Simpsons: Uncensored, Unauthorized (John Ortved)

Ready Player One (Ernest Cline)

The Cruel Prince (Holly Black)

Kitchen Confidential (Anthony Bourdain)

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