Yesterday I posted 35 kid book recommendations from my reading this year here.
Today, I’ll post my favorite recommendations from the rest of my reading.
233 non-kid books so far with 41 that I’d recommend the most. That’s counting the five of one series as one 🙂
Mystery/Thriller – 47
Lucy Valentine series by Heather Webber, 5 books in all
Historical Fiction – 12
Romance – 20
Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror – 12
Non-Fiction – 33
Memoir – 12
Graphic Novels – 20
Graphic Bio/Memoir -17
Poetry/Plays – 9
Young Adult – 12
9 thoughts on “All Star Books – My 2021 Favorites”
I didn’t love Win, even though I loved the Myron Bolitar series and have liked all of Coben’s books. But I really liked The Only Woman in the Room. Have you read her The Other Einstein? Very good. And have you read Renee Rosen? Her historical fiction is similar to Benedict. If you haven’t read her, start with Windy City Blues. Happy New Year.
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Win wasn’t my favorite Coben book, but it was better than some and, well, it’s Win 😉 I’ve read a few Benedict and need to read more but am not familiar with Rosen. I’ll add Windy City Blues to my list!
I enjoyed the first Heather Webber book in that series but didn’t get back to the second one. Since you enjoyed them so much I’ll keep them in mind!
They’re only ebook now which is not a favorite way to read for me, but the series as a whole was a lot of fun.
I need to get back into Tana French’s books. I read The Midnight Library this year too and liked it. Kindred has been on my TBR pile forever. I really need to make time to read it! Oh, and The Handmaid Tale graphic novel! I have it, but haven’t read it yet. I love the original. I am in awe of all you were able to read this year, Stacy. I hope you have a great reading year in 2022!
Thanks Wendy! I’m hoping this year will be more calm with the reading, but just as beneficial.
Excellent book choices. I really liked Faithful Place by Tana French, Win by Harlan Coben and Ocean Prey by John Sandford. I received The Midnight Library as a Christmas gift. I look forward to reading it. What Unites Us by Dan Rather is a very strong book of hope in these troubled times. I also enjoyed the graphic novels that you selected. I would add Kent State by Derf Backderf. Thanks for sharing.
So many books to choose from!