What is the Funniest book I’ve read this year?

Welcome back to Lamon Reviews.

As you may know I am participating in the Long and Short Wednesday Weekly Challenge. This week the topic is what is the funniest book I’ve read.

My list I have to keep up-to-date on what I have read and reviewed starts in May. I have another list for further back but this is the one I have at hand. So, I will only be going back to May of 2021. And I have read some very funny books.

I have chosen six books I remember made me chuckle, guffaw, and laugh out loud. The last book is the one that I think is the funniest book I read to date.

Honorable Mention

I will start with Accidentally Engaged. It is getting a honorable mention today. There were parts that made me smile, but not laugh out loud.

Spring at Blueberry Bay by Holly Martin was released in 2017, but I read it this year and found it very funny. Just Haven’t Met You Yet by Sophie Cousens was one that had me laughing out loud.

Going Bovine by Libba Bray was very funny. I was not expecting it even though I read the book blurb, it still surprised me. I was surprised mainly because the Last Libba Bray books I read were the Diviners Series books, so Going Bovine was so unexpected, but still awesome.

A Ruthless Lady’s Guide to Wizardry by C.M. Waggoner I would definitely recommend. It made me laugh at certain points. I think readers will absolutely enjoy it.


The Funnies Book I’ve Read This Year.

Last but by no way least is Highland Games by Evie Alexander. This is my winner from my list of books I’ve read this year. It is the funniest of the funny books. You can check out my review of Highland Games.

Now I’d like to hear from you.

There has been a large number of very humorous books out this year. And I enjoyed everyone on todays list. What is the funniest book you’ve read this year? Is there a funny book you read before this year that had you laughing out loud? Let us know in the comments below.

And As Always…

Go forth, dear readers, support your favorite indie authors and encourage reading and literacy.

K. LaMon
Lamon Reviews

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