Read in 2020

2019 was my best reading year yet and I read a new personal best of 75 books! This year I'm challenging myself to match that again and read 75 books. I don't know how I'll go, but I’ll be listing the books here so fingers crossed I can do it again. Feel free to click on the hyperlinks below to read the reviews as the year progresses or you can check out my reviews alphabetically by author.

January
A Month of Sundays by Liz Byrski
The Right Side by Spencer Quinn
A Single Thread by Tracy Chevalier
Resurrection Bay by Emma Viskic
City of Girls by Elizabeth Gilbert

February
And Fire Came Down by Emma Viskic
I'll Be Gone In The Dark by Michelle McNamara
The River Home by Hannah Richell
Will My Cat Eat My Eyeballs? by Caitlin Doughty
Shark Arm by Phillip Roope & Kevin Meagher
Our Rainbow Queen by Sali Hughes
The Foundling by Stacey Halls

March
The Bees by Laline Paull
The Mercies by Kiran Millwood Hargrave
The Erratics by Vicki Laveau-Harvie
Inheritance by Christopher Paolini
The Sin Eater by Megan Campisi
Any Ordinary Day by Leigh Sales

April
The Austen Girls by Lucy Worsley
Gulliver's Wife by Lauren Chater
Sleeping with David Baddiel by Geoff Jein
Platform Seven by Louise Doughty
Mammoth by Chris Flynn
Grief Cottage by Gail Godwin
If It Bleeds by Stephen King

May
Laetitia Rodd and the Case of the Wandering Scholar by Kate Saunders
Death Is But A Dream: Finding Hope and Meaning at Life's End by Christopher Kerr
Torched by Kimberley Starr
Rules for Perfect Murders by Peter Swanson
The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern
The Museum of Forgotten Memories by Anstey Harris

June
Where the Dead Go by Sarah Bailey
The Innocent Reader: Reflections on Reading & Writing by Debra Adelaide
The Rain Heron by Robbie Arnott
The Silk House by Kayte Nunn
My Smoko Break by Hayley MaudsleySubterranean by B. Michael Radburn

July
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

Currently Reading
This is Going to Hurt: Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor by Adam Kay
Never Have I Ever by Joshilyn Jackson
Reading quote by JK Rowling calligraphy

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