Seventy books is a reduction in reading for me, and I’m happy about that. It allowed more time in a crazy pandemic year for knitting, jigsaw puzzles, baking, and other comforting activities. Plus I read more nonfiction in 2020 and that takes longer.
Here are the books I’ve most enjoyed last year. Some were produced in 2020, some previously. Pop a note into the comments with your own favourites?
My top picks from 2020:
Book of the year (fiction): Set the Stars Alight, by Amanda Dykes
Book of the year (nonfiction): Letters to the Church, by Francis Chan
Series re-read: The Quadrail series, by Timothy Zahn
Favourite re-read: The Icarus Hunt, by Timothy Zahn