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    Goodreads

    Let's all be friends and stalk each other's reading habits!
    http://www.goodreads.com/user/show/1...-mike-faulkner - moi.

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    https://www.goodreads.com/allegate

    was looking for a different thread but found this one. it's cool though.

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    2020 Reading Challenge

    19,282 pages read

    105 books read

    Shortest Book "The Bastard" by Patrick deWitt, 21 pages

    Longest Book "The Golem and the Jinni" by Helene Wecker, 486 pages

    Most Popular "The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes" by Suzanne Collins, 507,459 people also shelved

    Least Popular "Vanishing Vancouver" by Pat Jollota, 11 people also shelved
    I read a lot of graphic novels this year as I couldn't keep my mind focused on real books so pretty pictures had to do it for me. And even then some of them were stinkers.

    If you likes The Sisters Brothers movie - or book, I'm not going to pick a side - you might like "The Bastard" as it's by the same person.

    "The Golem and the Jinni" is the best book I read this year, hands down. Brilliantly written and researched, the way it weaves its threads and pulls them together at the end? amazing.

    "The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes" was middle of the road, if that. It should have been better, especially if she had bothered to keep notes of what she'd already written. It fell into the Rise of Skywalker trap of giving too much service to fans and trying to connect things that really didn't need to be connected. And I deleted my spoiler sentence because who knows, someone might want to read it.

    "Vanishing Vancouver" I'm surprised more than two people read the book this year - me and my wife - so huh. It's just a book of historical photos.

    One year I had only two people read the same book as me and that stat has remained the one I find most interesting.

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