Goodreads kicks out data from its archives each year as part of its Reading Challenge (I traditionally choose 100 books to read in a year and then often go past it). The collected BONE anthology, by Jeff Smith, was my longest book read (clocking in at 1,332 pages) and it was one that I started and finished during the Spring, when we were stuck at home in Pandemic isolation (Bone remains also one of my favorite books of the year).
The overall page count from the year always gets me. I read 39,500 pages. Neat.
My first book of the year was …
… which I definitely recommend for its magical elements and weaving of the power of story ….
and the last book of the year (I reviewed) was …
… which was interested in a different way, looking at cityscapes and architectural design.
If you are curious about what else I read in 2020, you can check it out, too.
Peace (turning pages),