My Favourite Books of 2020!!!

Hi, howdy, hello and happy Saturday. I rarely post anything on the weekend so this is kind of weird but the procrastination struck again and so this is coming a little bit late.

I spent my last day of 2020 driving into the city to get my dad a Covid test and then spent the day drinking. If that doesn’t sum up the year, I don’t know what will. I also widdled the 108 books I read, down to a few of my favourites and a couple of honourable mentions.

So today I’m going to be doing my favourite post of the year not only because I get to use my favourite gif ever that I use every year, but also because it’s time to talk about my favourite books of the year!!

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My favourite books of the year (so far!)

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I usually sit here and prattle for a paragraph or two but I’m getting straight to the point today because I actually wanna go curl up in bed and read.

Before that though I am going to be talking about my favourite books of the year so far.

In the completely crazy year that is 2020 I have so far read 48 books which is wayyyy more than I thought I’d read all year let alone only up to now and yet my favourites really weren’t hard to pick out.


Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo


Ninth House was the first book that I completed this year and so because of that I keep forgetting I read it in 2020.

I feel like it’s hard to give an accurate description of this book but basically it follows Galaxy “Alex” Stern who has lived a hard life to the point that, by age twenty, she is the sole survivor of a horrific, unsolved multiple homicide. She is offered a full ride to Yale in exchange for monitoring the schools secrete society.

This book was something completely new to me. It was dark, daring, it made me uncomfortable so many times to the point I was reading through my fingers and yet I couldn’t put it down.

It’s also not for the faint of hearted as there are a lot of trigger warnings: addiction, abuse, assault, graphic details and descriptions of blood and injuries, to name but a few.

I believe the sequel is set for 2021 which is kind of sad because I was hoping it’d be released this year but also kinda of good because then I won’t feel bad going and re-reading this. Full Review Here. 

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