I only read ten books in the last three months, but I’m glad I at least reviewed the majority of them (and intend to review the remainder when I get a chance). I was surprised to realise that everything was a new read (with the partial exception of Null Set, which was altered and re-released and as such needed to be re-read so I could catch up with the revised story). I read a lot of familiar authors and series this month, or books that I’ve been anticipating for a while. With the exception of a single review book that I haven’t yet read or reviewed due to some ongoing issues with my tablet, I finished the backlog of review novels and could finally read the birthday presents and pre-orders that had been piling up, which explains why I read as much as I did while having wuite a bit of non-reading/writing related tasks to do. I’m rambling now, so without further ado, here is what I read from October to December of 2020.
Battle Ground by Jim Butcher, new read, purchased
Sucker Punch by Laurell K Hamilton, new read, purchased
Machine by Elizabeth Bear, new read, gifted for review
Null Set by SL Huang, partial re-read, purchased
Critical Point by SL Huang, new read, purchased
Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo, new read, purchased
The Conductors by Nicole Glover, new read, gifted for review
The Invisible Life of Addie La Rue by VE Schwab, new read, purchased
Archangel’s Sun by Nalini Singh, new read, purchased
The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzie Lee, new read, purchased
Overall, I read a little less than I wanted to in these last few months, but it was really the scarcity of reading in the middle of the year that stopped me from reading the fifty books I wanted to this year. Overall, I read forty-five books, and considering everything that happened this year (on a personal and global level) I’m happy with that.