Most Notable Books of 2019

Like most people who write, I’ve read quite a bit this year. Of course, not as much as I would like to, but what I’d consider an average amount.

So I decided to list a few of the ones that I enjoyed the most. Some might be published in 2019, some might have been published in 1998, even some earlier than that. However, the books published in 2019 will be indicated by an asterisk(*). Also, these are listed in no particular order.

Without further adieu…

The Very Best of Caitlin R. Kiernan by Caitlin R. Kiernan (Published in 2019)*

You Have Never Been Here by Mary Rickert (Published in 2015)

The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman (Published in 1892)

The Night Country by Stewart O’Nan (Published in 2003)

Borne by Jeff VanderMeer (Published in 2017)

The Rust Maidens by Gwendolyn Kiste (Published in 2018)

Shiloh by Philip Fracassi (Published in 2018)

The Writhing Skies by Betty Rocksteady (Published in 2018)

The Best Horror of the Year Volume Three by Ellen Datlow (Published in 2011)

Let Me In by John Ajvide Lindqvist (Published in 2010)

The Garden of Blue Roses by Michael Barsa (Published in 2018)

A Storm of Swords by George R.R. Martin (Published in 2003)

Sefira and Other Betrayals by John Langan (Published in 2019)*

The Library at Mount Char by Scott Hawkins (Published in 2016)

Tiamat’s Wrath by James S.A. Corey (Published in 2019)*

Shit Luck by Tiffany Scandal (Published in 2016)

She Said Destroy by Nadia Bulkin (Published in 2017)

Weirder Shadows Over Innsmouth by Stephen Jones (Published in 2015)

Guignol & Other Sardonic Tales by Orrin Grey (Published in 2018)

The Nightmare Room by Chris Sorensen (Published in 2018)

Robin by Dave Itzkoff (Published in 2018)

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