15 January 2020

What Chloe’s Reading – 2020

Print and e-books I’ve finished in 2020 (in addition to various and sundry research books and IN DEATH audiobooks):

  1. Oaxaca Journal, Oliver Sacks
  2. Plain of Snakes, Paul Theroux
  3. Surfacing, Kathleen Jamie
  4. Sightlines, Kathleen Jamie
  5. Golden in Death, JD Robb
  6. Slouching Towards Bethlehem, Joan Didion
  7. The White Album, Joan Didion
  8. Florida, Lauren Groff
  9. 1491, Charles Mann
  10. Beneath the Sugar Sky, Seanan McGuire
  11. The Empress of Salt & Fortune, Nghi Vo
  12. Bring Up the Bodies, Hilary Mantel
  13. A Murderous Relation, Deanna Raybourn
  14. A Court of Thorns & Roses, Sarah J. Maas*
  15. A Court of Mist & Fury, Sarah J. Maas*
  16. A Court of Wings & Ruin, Sarah J. Maas*
  17. A Court of Frost & Starlight, Sarah J. Maas*
  18. Westside Saints, W.M. Akers**
  19. Empty Mansions, Bill Dedman
  20. Throne of Glass, Sarah J. Maas
  21. Crescent City, Sarah J. Maas
  22. Wicked and the Wallflower, Sarah Maclean***
  23. Brazen and the Beast, Sarah Maclean
  24. Daring and the Duke, Sarah Maclean
  25. A Rogue by Any Other Name, Sarah Maclean
  26. One Good Earl Deserves Another, Sarah Maclean
  27. No Good Duke Goes Unpunished, Sarah Maclean
  28. Never Judge a Lady by Her Cover, Sarah Maclean
  29. Eleven Scandals to Start, Sarah Maclean
  30. A Scot in the Dark, Sarah Maclean
  31. The Rogue Not Taken, Sarah Maclean
  32. The Day of the Duchess, Sarah Maclean
  33. The Wallflower Wager, Tessa Dare
  34. The Gulf, Jack Davis
  35. The Duchess Deal, Tessa Dare
  36. The Governess Game, Tessa Dare
  37. A Night to Surrender, Tessa Dare
  38. A Week to be Wicked, Tessa Dare
  39. Unseen City, Nathaniel Johnson
  40. A Lady by Midnight, Tessa Dare
  41. Any Duchess Will Do, Tessa Dare
  42. Romancing the Duke, Tessa Dare
  43. When a Scot Ties the Knot, Tessa Dare
  44. Say Yes to the Marquess, Tessa Dare
  45. One Dance With A Duke, Tessa Dare
  46. Twice Tempted by a Rogue, Tessa Dare
  47. Beauty and the Blacksmith, Tessa Dare
  48. Three Nights with a Scoundrel, Tessa Dare
  49. In the Waves, Rachel Lance
  50. How the Dukes Stole Christmas, Tessa Dare
  51. Lord Dashwood Missed Out, Tessa Dare
  52. Once Upon a Winter’s Eve, Tessa Dare
  53. The Scandalous, Dissolute, No-Good Mr. Wright, Tessa Dare
  54. The Food Explorer, Daniel Stone
  55. Cahokia, Timothy Pauketat
  56. Piranesi, Susanna Clarke
  57. Salt on Your Tongue, Charlotte Runcie
  58. Harrow the Ninth, Tamsyn Muir****
  59. The Secret Lives of Color, Cassia St. Clair
  60. The House of the Baskervilles, Arthur Conan Doyle
  61. The Sign of the Four, Arthur Conan Doyle
  62. Shadows in Death, J.D. Robb
  63. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle
  64. The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle
  65. The Turn of the Screw, Henry James
  66. The Haunting of Hill House, Shirley Jackson
  67. Field Notes in Science and Nature, Michael R. Canfield
  68. The 99% Invisible City, Kurt Kohlstedt and Roman Mars
  69. The Genius of Birds, Jennifer Ackerman
  70. A Dead Djinn in Cairo, P. Djèlí Clark
  71. The Greater Journey, David McCullough
  72. Founding Brothers, Joseph Ellis
  73. 1776, David McCullough
  74. The Ghost Map, Steven Johnson
  75. Call for the Dead, John LeCarre

* – This fantasy series is AMAZING. Honestly, it took a bit for me to get into the first book, but then I was hooked. Book 2 is a Desert Island Read for me, an [SPOILER] is my new book boyfriend.

** – Second book in this fantastic dark fantasy series set in 1920s alt-NYC.

*** – Possibly my favorite Regency romance series of all time. So fantastic.

**** – Second book in Muir’s Locked Tomb series, and I’m still in love. Confused, but in love. 😀

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