What I read in 2020 – I found a couple of gems

What did you read?

light inside library
Photo by Janko Ferlic on Pexels.com

As some who have read this blog before will know, one of my “projects” is that I have been keeping a running log of the books I have read since 2015.

This list had a slow start, however with the introduction of Audible into my life my numbers got better.

With less travel on the train, the number of books I consumed was less in 2020. However, I still managed to find and read a few gems. 2020 did not beat my 20 book peak of 2019 but it came close with 14.

So what were my 2020 Gems.

The Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez Locke & Key Series where a real gem, they are a graphic novel but they sucked me in and I really could not put them down.
Around the World in 80 Trains by Monisha Rajesh, this was one of the few physical books I read in 2020. It was bought to read on a holiday that never happened. I was really glad. It made me want to take a train adventure.
Gipsy Boy by Mikey Walsh was an audiobook, I purchased at the end of 2019 but did not get round to listening to it till November 2020. This is a real gut-punch of a book and quite a hard listen at times.
The Year of Living Danishly: Uncovering the Secrets of the World’s Happiest Country by Helen Russell. This was another audiobook from which I really want to take a number of tips from into 2021. Like never stop learning, try to add Hygge to my life it also made me want to try living in another country.

Series Navigation<< What are you Reading in 2019What I read in 2023 – Did I better my 2 physical books of 2022 >>
This entry is part 4 of 6 in the series My reading journal
Blogger(atempting), Project Manager - Job, Scouting - Hobby, and most importantly Dad and Husband For more information https://jabbering.co.uk/about_me/
error: Content is protected !!