15 January 2021

What Chloe’s Reading – 2021

Print and e-books I’ve finished in 2021:

  1. Ned Myers, or Life Before the Mast, James Fenimore Cooper
  2. Children of Ash & Elm, Neil Price
  3. When the Tiger Came Down the Mountain, Nghi Vo
  4. Across Arctic America, Knud Rasmussen
  5. A Court of Silver Flames, Sarah J. Maas
  6. Sailing Alone Around the World, Joshua Slocum
  7. Three Tigers, One Mountain, Michael Booth
  8. How to Read Water, Tristan Gooley
  9. Shadow & Bone, Leigh Bardugo
  10. Fireheart Tiger, Aliette de Bodard
  11. Faithless in Death, JD Robb
  12. Artificial Condition, Martha Wells
  13. China: A History, John Keay
  14. Rogue Protocol, Martha Wells
  15. Monkey King: Journey to the West, Wu Cheng’en, Julia Lovell, Gene Luen Yang
  16. Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio, Pu Songling, John Minford
  17. Let Me Tell You What I Mean, Joan Didion
  18. The Story of the Stone: The Golden Days (Volume I), Cao Xueqin
  19. The Story of the Stone: The Crab-Flower Club (Volume II), Cao Xueqin
  20. Fifth Sun: A New History of the Aztecs, Camilla Townsend
  21. The History of the Ancient World: From the Earliest Accounts to the Fall of Rome, Susan Wise Bauer
  22. The Pillow Book, Sei Shonogan
  23. The Story of the Stone: The Warning Voice (Volume III), Cao Xueqin
  24. Japanese Ghost Stories, Lafcadio Hearn, Paul Murray
  25. Japanese Tales, Royall Tyler
  26. Chinese Fairy Tales and Fantasies, Moss Roberts
  27. From Here to Eternity, Caitlin Doughty
  28. Exit Strategy, Martha Wells
  29. Fugitive Telemetry, Martha Wells
  30. Network Effect, Martha Wells
  31. The Story of the Stone: The Debt of Tears (Volume IV), Cao Xueqin

Click here to see reading lists from previous years.

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