Year of reading 2021
My top 18
To follow my tradition, here is part 1 of my yearly recap.
There is a total of 3 parts:
Last year, I wrote that 2020 was my best year of reading ever, with a total of 123 books. Well, this record totally exploded with 165 books read/listened to in 2021!
Not too sure what happened. We may find some elements of answers with my stats post on Wednesday.
The final choice here below is based on the quality of the book, on how it resonated with me and my own experience, and on how it stayed with me. Some of these books may actually have got only 4 out 5 Eiffel Towers at the time I read them.
And choosing from 163 books was not an easy exercise!
click on the covers to access either my review,
or the Goodreads page for the titles I have not reviewed yet
|Fiction Historical Fiction||NonFiction||Mystery|
Out of the 18, my favorite is A Single Rose.
I notice that 6 are in French (33%), and Michel Bussi manages to win in two categories!
DO YOU HAVE SOME FAVORITES
IN COMMON WITH MINE?
MORE FUN RECAP ON WEDNESDAY!
HAPPY NEW YEAR OF READING TO YOU!