2020 - what a year, am I right? It’s been a tough one, especially this holiday season. Thankfully, it’s coming to a close and the future is looking like it will be more normal. But then again, isn’t less normal sometimes more fun? Maybe, maybe not; it probably depends on what that less normal looks like.
Well, this is it. The last book review of 2020. After finishing The Vanishing Half, I wanted to read one more book before I picked up Harry Potter yet again.
Over the past few years, I have tried to keep up with the top books of the year. It usually worked out. For 2020 though, I decided to read what I wanted, when I wanted, with no restrictions. That led to rereading a few books I’ve read in the past, discovering a new author and reading most of her books, and managing to read at least one of the best books of 2020. Lucky for me, my sister subscribes to Book of the Month and leant me this next read.
It’s hard to believe it’s already December and the holidays are quickly approaching. Some days, it feels like it was just March; other days, it feels like March was actually three years ago. At least one thing is consistent no matter what way you look at it - there is always another book to read.
We all know 2020 is a weird year. Well, weird is one way to put it. I’m sure it will only continue that way in the next six weeks as we round out the year. It only seems fitting that my 52nd read of the year is also a bit weird.