9 books to read in 2014

January 21, 2014

If you’re anything like me and committed to reading more in 2014, this post is for you. I’m definitely focused on finding more evening time — maybe tuning out the reality TV once in a while! — in exchange for a gripping read. I’ve recently started The Invention of Wings (below) for a book club and am eager to dig into these.  TAGG’s last must-read books post in October was pretty popular, so I’m excited to bring you the 2014 edition (at least part 1). And, for another fun take on must reads, don’t miss Buzzfeed’s 16 books to read before they hit the big screen in 2014.

9 Books to Read in 2014

hyperbole and a half // the goldfinch // the invention of wings

orphan train // the fault in our stars //  the husband’s secret

the girl you left behind // monuments men //  margot

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  • Snaps of Ginger

    I can’t wait to try these out! I’m a voracious reader and constantly have 2 or more books going at a time.

    Thanks for sharing!

    ~Cheryl
    http://snaps-of-ginger.blogspot.com/

  • Happinessatmidlife

    I have not heard of these books and will need to check them out. I am always on the look out for new authors.

    Alice
    http://www.happinessatmidlife.com

  • graceatwood

    I’ve read a few of these and am bookmarking this to read the rest!

  • http://bloggingwhilenursing.com KalleyC @BloggingWhileNursing

    I haven’t heard of these books, but now I’m curious! I am going to have to check them out!

  • Alice

    A couple of these are already on my list. I love to read but never have time to read all the books I want! We just dropped in to introduce ourselves. We’re a shaving company called Dorco, and while you may not have heard of us yet, we’re changing the way razors are done in the U.S. and Canada. Our razors cost up to 70% less than the big guys’. But that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice the quality of your shave. Our razors are crafted with the highest quality blades and moisturizing strips containing aloe and vitamin E to soothe and hydrate even the most sensitive skin. Read what others think about our products and our prices at DorcoUSA.com. Thank you for a great post!

  • http://www.kayliwanders.com/ Kayli Schattner

    These look like some great books to tack onto the 2014 reading list. Thanks!

  • Yuliya Olifer

    I love the goldfinch. Great read!

    http://cdaydreams.blogspot.com/

  • Dana Brillante-Peller

    I just read Orphan Train and loved it. I also read The Chaperone – another good recommendation! Next on my list is The Goldfinch :)

  • http://www.thestylescribe.com Merritt Beck

    I was just thinking I needed to add more books to my kindle collection – I’ll definitely be checking these out!

    The Style Scribe

  • http://carrottarts.blogspot.com/ KIMBERLY S

    Thanks for the great suggestions! Do you review books too? :D

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  • http://www.yorkavenublog.com/ Jackie-York Avenue

    I can’t wait to read The Invention of Wings. I read two books of Sue Monk Kidd’s about a million years ago, and I remember thinking that her writing was just beautiful. So I think I will love this new one of her’s!

  • megan j

    This is a wonderful list! I am reading The Goldfinch when we go on vacation next week. Thanks for sharing!
    http://www.liquidsunshineak.com

  • Nora Spaulding

    I’m reading The Husbands Secret and its good, I got to the sucking in and thrilling part! I’m loving it! put it to the top of that list~ I’ll be doing a review for it once I’m done with it in a few weeks probably!

  • http://www.blissful-x-paradise.tumblr.com Annabelle Sims

    I just finished The Fault In Our Stars, and it was INCREDIBLE! I recommend it to anyone who loves a good laugh and cry in the same chapter. Definitely a new favorite.

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  • http://www.thewritingnightingale.com Florence

    I love Hyperbole and a Half! Allie is so hilarious and real.

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