5 Books I Loved in 2019

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Buying books would be a good thing if one could also buy the time to read them in: but as a rule, the purchase of books is mistaken for the appropriation of their contents.” – Arthur Schopenhauer

I read a boatload of books this year. I have no idea how I did that being that I have a full-time job, a writing career, and a family. But somehow I managed. Out of all the books I picked five. This isn’t any rank by me, these are just books I enjoyed. The genres range from an alternate reality to an all-out horror novel set in a small town right next door to West Point.

I hope you enjoy my picks. It was a great year of reading. Here’s to the New Year, New decade, and great new reads. Cheers!

5) 14, Peter Clines

4) Dark Matter, by Blake Crouch

3) The Institute, by Stephen King

2) If, Then, by Kate Hope Day

1) Hex, by Thomas Olde Heuvelt

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