21 books for 2021

I’ve seen this challenge floating around and although it’s late Jan, so arguably a bit late for 2021 goal content, I was still desperate to do this. My 2021 reading goal is 50-60 books. Last year i read 49 ( such an irritating number I know) so this year I wanted to push it higher. These books are a mix of fiction and non fiction, classics and new genres I want to try- such as fantasy!! I have not included the first few non fiction reads of the year in this post because I spoke about them in detail in my post 5 non-fiction books I want to read this year , so this post is mostly fiction reads! I have included Good-reads hyperlinks on each of the books listed, so you can quickly check out a description and reviews if you like the sound of the book.

  1. The invisible life of Addie Laru – V.E Schwab (I’m desperate to read this one, there was a few weeks where i saw it EVERYWHERE, I’m borrowing it off a friend once they’ve read it so review soon! Is it worth the hype?!)
  2. The little book of hygee – Meik Wiking
  3. The trouble with goats and sheep – Joanna Cannon
  4. A court of thorns and roses -Sarah J Maas
  5. The Tattooist of Auschwitz – Heather Morris
  6. The goldfinch – Donna Tartt
  7. Emma – Jane Austen
  8. Little women – Louisa May Alcott
  9. The Midnight Library – Matt Haig
  10. A darker shade of magic trio- VE schwab
  11. Wuthering heights – Emily Bronte
  12. The colour purple – Alice Walker
  13. They both die at the end – Adam Silvera
  14. The truants – Kate Weinburg
  15. Flowers in the attic – V.C Andrews
  16. The flatshare- Beth O’leary
  17. The shining – Steven King
  18. Malibu rising – Taylor Jenkins Reid
  19. The cousins – Karen M. McManus
  20. The girl who saved the king of Sweden – Jonas Jonasson
  21. The beekeeper of Aleppo – Christy Lefteri
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If you’ve seen any other blogs participating in this challenge and you liked those posts, be sure to tag their post in the comments- I’d love to read them!

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