My Favourite and least favourite books that I read in 2020

It is time i scream about my favourites and diss my least favourite books

Many bloggers are wrapping up their reading and are sharing their favourite and least favourite books along with some very specific stats which I don’t have because I was clueless and lazy just figured out spreadsheets.

So me being me I am going to write a very long post, instead of two because I don’t have the time nor patience for two posts :D

I thankfully did not read many bad books this year so only I have 4 books which I didn’t really enjoy. On the other hand I read MANY amazing books so I had to narrow down my list to 10!

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    2020 in a nutshell + 2021 goals

    Can you believe that we are almost halfway through January?

    Time must be a joke because I don’t know how 2020 just flew by. I’m hoping that 2021 is at least a tiny bit better than last year because, boy I am exhausted.

    Even though 2020 wasn’t great socially or academically, it gave me time to focus and develop my hobbies and let me do things I love to do, which is exactly what this post is going to be about!

    Today I’ll be sharing a few things that gave me joy during the very terrible time that was last year and list down some things I want to focus on this year, praying it won’t be the same as last year.

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    December Wrap-up//We passed level 20 of Jumanji

    Happy New Year!

    I hope each and every one of you has been having a great or comparatively better 2021! This month has been pretty amazing so far! I recently celebrated my blog’s first anniversary and started my first read for 2021, The Burning God by R.F Kuang, which well, I’m suffering but in a good way :D

    January is gonna be a tad bit stressful as my finals are approaching so I might go on hiatus in February. All that aside, I read a lot in December and there were very few yet impactful music releases!

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    The Poppy War review//I never knew pain until this

    Hello there! I know that I haven’t been posting much recently because I recently finished reading The Dragon Republic which has put me in a slump in literally every area of my life.

    All my brain could think was Fang Runin and Yin Nezha so I thought why not write a not-so short review and (try to) express my love for this book!

    I’ve been told that this book would destroy me, which is very very true. Everything about this is perfection. So without any further ado, let’s get into me screaming about The Poppy War!

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    Blog Tour: A Curse Of Roses

    Hey there! It’s been a while, hasn’t it? Sorry I’ve been pretty busy with school and all the projects I have due.

    All that aside, today I serve you a review of a wonderful historical retelling of a Portuguese legend with Sapphic yearning, A Curse Of Roses by Diana Pinguicha as a part of it’s blog tour hosted by YA Bound Book Tours!

    This had everything I could wish for in a book and I was definitely intrigued by Pinguicha’s prose and today, I will hopefully be convincing you to pick this book up yourself!

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