What Were Your Favorite Reads of 2012?

by Amy Wilkins, Harlequin Digital

2012 is coming to a close — and with the end of the year, I usually look back on all the books I’ve read. This year, I set a personal record for the number of books finished in one year…even beating my English-major university days! It’s so hard narrow down my favorite reads from such a record year, especially since I read so many otherworldly books — but I gave it a shot anyway!

So here are, in no particular order, some of my favorite paranormal and fantasy books I read in 2012. What are yours? Please leave a comment, I’d love to hear what books you enjoyed in 2012!

- The Lost Prince by Julie Kagawa

- Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo

- The Graveyard Queen series by Amanda Stevens — The Restorer, The Kingdom and The Prophet

- Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor

- Don’t Bite the Messenger and Running in the Dark by Regan Summers

- Gate to Kandrith by Nicole Luiken

- Warrior by Zoe Archer

 

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4 Responses to What Were Your Favorite Reads of 2012?

  1. My favorite for the year is the Darkest London series, by Kristen Callihan: #1 Firelight, #2 Moonglow, and #3 Winterblaze coming in 2013. Great characters, plot and writing.

  2. Hi Amy. I too have read (and listened to) a record number of books this year, and it hasn’t even made a dent in my piles of books on the floor. I do have a Kindle AND a Nook, but oh those printy pages get me every time.
    Happy holidays,
    Linda

  3. @Terri — I was just looking at Firelight the other day and heard great things about Kristen Callihan. I’ll have to check it out!

  4. TOO MANY TO NAME JUST ONE! THANKS FOR YOUR GIVEAWAY ANDTEMPTING ME WITH BOOKS! LOL

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