Best Books of 2015, Part 3: Adult Fiction
I hope everyone is having a lovely holiday!
Welcome to Part 3 of my Best Books of 2015 round-up!
Another year of reading is inching its way to an end! All around, I would say that it has been a pretty solid year of reads: from brilliant and moving picture books, to gems in young adult, children’s and adult fiction, there have been a number of winners.
Alas, I did not make it as deeply into reading adult fiction this past year as I had hoped. I started off 2015 very optimistically in my goals- as outlined in my Adult Fiction reading challenge– and…well, I’m not so thrilled to report that I didn’t make it very far! But here’s hoping that I can make more of a dent in adult fiction for 2016!
In no particular order, here are my picks for best adult fiction:
The Fair Fight by Anna Freeman
The Lake House by Kate Morton
The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield
All My Puny Sorrows by Miriam Toews
A Complicated kindness by Miriam Toews
Royal Wedding (Princess Diaries #11) by Meg Cabot
Silent City (A Claire Codella Mystery) by Carrie Smith
Maternity Leave by Julie Halpern
The Perfect Comeback of Caroline Jacobs by Matthew Dicks
How to Write A Novel by Melanie Sumner
*Some titles may not have been published in 2015; the books are titles I read over the last year. Some titles may have been gifted from publishers in exchange for honest reviews; this had no impact on placing in this list.
Categories: Adult Fiction