#20BooksofSummer 2021

2021 weird as it is, is also the year when I joined the challenge mid-way through. It took me untill 17 July to realize we’re in the summer. Still I am applying a little cheat and still counting the books I read since the 1 June.

The challenge is hosted by Cathy at 746Books, here you can find her kick-off post.

Here’s the list newest reads on top, I’ll be marking the reviews with (r) as they are published.

  1. Free Will – Sam Harris
  2. The Artist and the Eternal City: Bernini, Pope Alexander VII and the Making of Rome – Loyd Grossman
  3. Lajla Znaczy Noc – Aleksandra Lipczak
  4. Little Fires Everywhere – Celeste Ng (r)
  5. Contact – Carl Sagan (r)
  6. Jigs & Reels – Joanne Harris (r)
  7. Siedem Grzechów Kubańskich – Yoss (r)
  8. Mostly Dead Things – Kristen Arnett (r)
  9. Voices of the Lost – Hoda Barakat (r)
  10. Jaime Bunda: Secret Agent – Pepetela (r)