2021

Wow, who would have believed I’ll persevere with this blog for so many years. We now open the 7th year of activity. Below is the list of books I read in 2021, most recent up the top, links to my reviews are marked with (r). Let me know if you have any recommendations!

This time thanks to the blocks editor, that I still haven’t come to terms with the list will remain chronological with the most recent books on top, but the numbering will be all wrong. I just don’t have the patience to fight it and I know if you ended up here you are an intelligent person and will figure it out.

  1. Voices of the Lost – Hoda Barakat
  2. Jaime Bunda: Secret Agent – Pepetela
  3. P.G. Wodehouse Volume 1: The Jeeves Collection – P.G. Wodehouse
  4. Skin – E. M. Reapy (r)
  5. The Shape of the Ruins – Juan Gabriel Vásquez (r)
  6. How to Avoid a Climate Disaster: The Solutions We Have and the Breakthroughs We Need – Bill Gates (r)
  7. Men Without Women: Stories -Haruki Murakami (r)
  8. The Debutante and Other Stories – Leonora Carrington (r)
  9. Helgoland – Carlo Rovelli
  10. Women Without Men: A Novel of Modern Iran – Shahrnush Parsipur (r)
  11. The Dark Forest – Cixin Liu (r)
  12. The Three-Body Problem – Cixin Liu (r)
  13. Queenie – Candice Carty-Williams (r)
  14. Convenience Store Woman – Sayaka Murata (r)
  15. Snow – Orhan Pamuk (r)
  16. Turcja. Półprzewodnik Obyczajowy – Agata Bromberek, Agata Wielgołaska (r)
  17. Weather – Jenny Offill (r)
  18. Samotny jak Szwed? – Katarzyna Tubylewicz (r)
  19. Z Głowy – Janusz Głowacki (r)
  20. Animal: The Autobiography of a Female Body – Sara Pascoe (r)
  21. The Orchard on Fire – Shena Mackay (r)
  22. My Tender Matador/Tengo Miedo Torero/Drżę o Ciebie Matadorze – Pedro Lemebel (r)
  23. Art and Industry: Seven Artists in search of an Industrial Revolution in Britain – David Stacey
  24. The Foundling – Stacey Halls (r)
  25. The Liar’s Daughter – Claire Allan (r)
  26. Midland – James Flint (r)
  27. How’s the Pain?/Jak się ma Twój Ból? – Pascal Garnier (r)
  28. Twisted – Steve Cavanagh (r)
  29. House of Trelawney – Hannah Rothschild (r)
  30. Shuggie Bain – Douglas Stuart – DNF (r)
  31. Nobody Will Tell You This But Me: A True (as told to me) Story – Bess Kalb (r)
  32. Srebrne Skrzydła/Silver Tears – Camilla Läckberg (r)
  33. The Gilded Cage – Camilla Läckberg (r)
  34. Zero Zahamowań – Michał Rusinek (r)
  35. Królestwo – Szczepan Twardoch (r)

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