My reading list for 2021.
All books link back to the original review.
Key to Abbreviations.
- O = Own copy – I bought / swapped / was given / inherited it
- RC = Print review copy / freebie from publisher / Amazon Vine etc
- L = borrowed from the Library
- NG = Review copy via Netgalley
- NF = Non Fiction
- Tr = Translated
- DNF= Did not finish
- And finally, an asterisk * = from the TBR (acquired by any of the above routes before 1.1.21)
Finished in 2020, reviewed in 2021
– The Midnight Library by Matt Haig – O* (9/10) Review
– The Age of Static: How TV explains modern Britain by Phil Harrison – RC* (9.5/10) Review
– The Secret Life of Books by Tom Mole – O* (9.5/10) Review
– Leonard and Hungry Paul by Rónán Hession – O* (10/10) Review
– The Snow Song by Sally Gardner – O* (9/10) Review
1. Winterkill by Ragnar Jónasson – RC* (8.5/10) Review
2. Enough. by Dr Cassandra Coburn – RC*
3. Dishonoured by Jem Tugwell – RC* (6.5/10) Review
4. Monday Begins on Saturday by Arkady & Boris Strugatsky – O* (9.5/10)