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The more that you read the more things you will know...

Updated: Apr 9, 2021

... The more that you learn the more places you'll go. Well, not in 2020! But in these pandemic times I did in fact read and learn much more than in a normal year - 60 books in 2020. Here's the list! I've broken them out into 5 categories: Top Five, Amazing re-reads, Loved it, Liked it, and It was fine. And if I reviewed the book at some point on this blog, I've linked to the post.

Top Five

Amazing re-reads

Loved it

Liked it

It was fine

  • A Window Opens, by Elisabeth Egan

  • The Art Forger, by B.A. Shapiro

  • Calling Dr. Laura, by Nicole Georges

  • Disoriental, by Negar Djavadi

  • Exhalation, by Ted Chiang

  • Half of a Yellow Sun, by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

  • In the Next Room (The Vibrator Play), by Sarah Rul (play)

  • The Italian Secretary, by Caleb Carr

  • Judas, by Amos Oz

  • Men in Boats, by Jaclyn Backhaus (play)

  • Musicophilia: Tales of Music & the Brain, by Oliver Sacks

  • The Night Tiger, by Yangsza Choo

  • The Scribe of Siena, by Melodie Winawer

  • Silver Sparrow, by Tayari Jones

  • Sweet Little Lies, by Caz Frear

  • We Should All be Feminists, by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

  • Women Talking, by Miriam Toews

There's only one book I really disliked this year. Usually if I don't like something after a while, I just stop reading it. But this one was for book club and it's by an author I've really enjoyed in the past, so I kept going. Sadly, I can't even put it in the category of "It was fine," though I know a lot of other people loved it. After all, "Not every good book is meant for every good reader, just as not every marvelous man is meant for every marvelous woman." - Amos Oz

Now I need to get started on creating my 2021 Reading Challenge list!

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