Master List of Books Read in 2019

  1. White Girls by Hilton Als.
  2. Still Lives by Maria Hummel.
  3. The Dark Days Deceit by Alison Goodman.
  4. Mass Starvation: The History And Future Of Famine by Alex de Waal.
  5. Girl In The Window by Penny Joelson.
  6. War Is Over by David Almond and David Litchfield.
  7. The Magic Misfits 2: The Second Story by Neil Patrick Harris.
  8. The Empowered Manager by Peter Block.
  9. Grist Mill Road by Christopher J Yates.
  10. The Free-Time Formula by Jeff Sanders.
  11. Egypt by Robert Springborg.
  12. Amelia Fang And The Memory Thief by Laura Ellen Anderson.
  13. The Spy Who Came In From The Cold by John Le Carré.
  14. A Very Large Expanse Of Sea by Tahereh Mafi.
  15. Joe Quinn’s Poltergeist by David Almond and Dave McKean.
  16. The Accidental President by Tom McLaughlin.
  17. Heimat: A German Family Album by Nora Krug.
  18. The Happiness Fantasy by Carl Cederström.
  19. Under The Ice by Rachael Blok.
  20. A Legacy Of Spies by John Le Carré.
  21. Planet Omar: Accidental Trouble Magnet by Zanib Mian.
  22. In Blossom by Yooju Cheon.
  23. Love From Dr Seuss.
  24. Swiss Watching: Inside The Land Of Milk And Honey by Diccon Bewes.
  25. A Story About Cancer (With A Happy Ending) by India Desjardins and Marianne Ferrer.
  26. The La’lun by J N Harris.
  27. Future Politics by Jamie Susskind.
  28. You Can’t Hide by Sarah Mussi.
  29. Unsolved Murders: True Crime Cases Uncovered by Amber Hunt and Emily G. Thompson.
  30. Winners Take All by Anand Giridharadas.
  31. Positive Thinking Pocketbook by Gill Hasson.
  32. To Night Owl From Dogfish by Holly Goldberg Sloan and Meg Wolitzer.
  33. Tell The Machine Goodnight by Katie Williams.
  34. Meet The Penguins by Mike Brownlow.
  35. Spoonbenders by Daryl Gregory.
  36. The Girl With The Shark’s Teeth by Cerrie Burnell.
  37. The Closest Thing To Flying by Gill Lewis.
  38. A Girl Called Justice by Elly Griffiths.
  39. Shattermoon by Dominic Dulley.
  40. The Chain by Adrian McKinty.
  41. Their Little Secret by Mark Billingham.
  42. Empire Of Silence by Christopher Ruocchio.
  43. The Lost by Mari Hannah.
  44. The Last Namsara by Kristen Ciccarelli.
  45. The Feed by Nick Clark Windo.
  46. Lovers And Strangers: An Immigrant History Of Post-War Britain by Clair Wills.
  47. Isadora Moon Has A Sleepover by Harriet Muncaster.
  48. The Good Son by You-Jeong Jeong.
  49. Adventure Duck -v- Power Pug by Steve Cole and Aleksei Bitskoff.
  50. Sunny Side Up: A Story Of Kindness And Joy by Susan Calman.
  51. Between Worlds: Folktales Of Britain & Ireland by Kevin Crossley-Holland.
  52. Against Hate by Carolin Emcke.
  53. Moscow, Midnight by John Simpson.
  54. Marked by Benedict Jacka.
  55. Joe Country by Mick Herron.
  56. Ronan Boyle And The Bridge Of Riddles by Thomas Lennon and John Hendrix.
  57. Astroturf by Matthew Sperling.
  58. Narwhal – Unicorn Of The Sea by Ben Clanton.
  59. Death In The Spotlight by Robin Stevens.
  60. The Joy Of Missing Out: The Art Of Self-Restraint In An Age Of Excess by Svend Brinkmann.
  61. Heartstream by Tom Pollock.
  62. Teen Pioneers – Young People Who Have Changed The World by Ben Hubbard.
  63. Hope For The Best by Jodi Taylor.
  64. AI For Marketing And Product Innovation by A K Pradeep, Andrew Appel and Stan Sthanunathan.
  65. Before She Knew Him by Peter Swanson.
  66. The Alt-Right: What Everyone Needs To Know by George Hawley.
  67. Typography: A Very Short Introduction by Paul Luna.
  68. The Dog Who Saved The World by Ross Welford.
  69. Speak Up! by Laura Coryton.
  70. Amelia Fang And The Half-Moon Holiday by Laura Ellen Anderson.
  71. Cross Purpose by Claire MacLeary.
  72. Bitter Pills: The Global War On Counterfeit Drugs by Muhammad H. Zaman.
  73. The Boxer by Nikesh Shukla.
  74. The Boy Who Steals Houses by C. G. Drews.
  75. Rose, Interrupted by Patrice Lawrence.
  76. Master Your Mind by Roger Seip and Robb Zbierski.
  77. The Demons Of Liberal Democracy by Adrian Pabst.
  78. The Corner Shop: Shopkeepers, The Sharmas And The Making Of Modern Britain by Babita Sharma.
  79. He: A Novel by John Connolly.
  80. Be More RBG by Marilyn Easton.
  81. Step Into Your Power by Jamia Wilson and Andrea Pippins.
  82. Money – Myths, Truths And Alternatives by Mary Mellor.
  83. Adventure Duck vs The Armadillo Army by Steve Cole and Aleksei Bitskoff.
  84. Productivity – Get Motivated, Get Organised And Get Things Done by Gill Hasson.
  85. Isadora Moon Puts On A Show by Harriet Muncaster.
  86. Victorious Century: The United Kingdom, 1800 – 1906 by David Cannadine.
  87. The Scramble For Europe by Stephen Smith.
  88. A Boy And His Dog At The End Of The World by C. A. Fletcher.
  89. Swimming Against The Storm by Jess Butterworth.
  90. Afropean: Notes From Black Europe by Johny Pitts.
  91. The Taking Of Annie Thorne by C. J. Tudor.
  92. Bulletproof Problem Solving: The One Skill That Changes Everything by Charles Conn and Robert McLean.
  93. Chernobyl: History Of A Tragedy by Serhii Plokhy.
  94. The Aunt Who Wouldn’t Die by Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay.
  95. What Do We Know And What Should We Do About Immigration? by Jonathan Portes.
  96. The Alice Encounter by John Gribbin.
  97. The Scientific Method by Massimiliano Di Ventra.
  98. A Strange Kind Of Brave by Sarah Moore Fitzgerald.
  99. Unlocking Creativity by Michael A. Roberto.
  100. The Land Of Roar by Jenny McLachlan.
  101. There Is No Planet B by Mike Berners-Lee.
  102. Places In The Darkness by Chris Brookmyre.
  103. The Art Of Communication by Judy Apps.
  104. Halo Moon by Sharon Cohen.
  105. The Economics Of Arrival: Ideas For A Grown Up Economy by Katherine Trebeck and Jeremy Williams.
  106. Pretend You’re Safe by Alexandra Ivy.
  107. Boot by Shane Hegarty.
  108. Kingdom Of Souls by Rena Barron.
  109. Snowblind by Ragnar Jónasson.
  110. Artificial Intelligence In Practice by Bernard Marr and Matt Ward.
  111. No Bad Deed by Heather Chavez.
  112. The Blood by E. S. Thomson.
  113. A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder by Holly Jackson.
  114. Hired: Undercover In Low-Wage Britain by James Bloodworth.
  115. Slay by Brittney Morris.
  116. Dogs: A Philosophical Guide To Our Best Friends by Mark Alizart.
  117. My Sister The Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite.
  118. How To Own The Room by Viv Groskop.
  119. The House Of Light by Julia Green.
  120. Communication: How To Connect With Anyone by Gill Hasson.
  121. Reconstruction by Mick Herron.
  122. The Secret Barrister: Stories Of The Law And How It’s Broken.
  123. Midnight At Moonstone by Lara Flecker and Trisha Krauss.
  124. Good Money: Understand Your Choices by Nathalie Spencer.
  125. Where Do You Go, Birdy Jones? by Joanna Nadin.
  126. Feminism Is … by Alexandra Black, Laura Buller, Emily Hoyle and Dr Megan Todd.
  127. Walls by Emma Fischel.
  128. The Future Of Design by Lorraine Justice.
  129. White Bodies by Jane Robins.
  130. Stunt Double: Jungle Cruise by Tamsin Cooke.

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