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Subject:  What I've Been Reading, Part 2 Date:  1/9/2021  9:46 AM
Author:  NewEchota Number:  3332 of 3347

These are the books I've read since around September, a mix of popular bestsellers, established classics, and a few oddities. The surprise of this bunch was "Becoming Duchess Goldblatt: A Memoir," a book that reaffirmed my sense of hopefulness in a bitter, difficult year. I've even started to follow her on Twitter. The year 2021 began with "How the Light Gets In" by Louise Penny, which I finished this morning.

Nothing to See Here Kevin Wilson
Anxious People Fredrik Backman
Clap When You Land Elizabeth Acevedo
The Good Lord Bird James McBride
The Darkest Evening (Vera Stanhope, #9) Ann Cleeves
Leave the World Behind Rumaan Alam
Landing Emma Donoghue
Snow (St. John Strafford, #1) John Banville
The Good Soldier Ford Madox Ford
The Sentinel (Jack Reacher, #25) Lee Child
The Arctic Fury Greer Macallister
My Year of Rest and Relaxation Ottessa Moshfegh
Homie Danez Smith
Girl in Disguise Greer Macallister
Dearly Margaret Atwood
The Lotterys Plus One Emma Donoghue
Migrations Charlotte McConaghy
Time Between: My Life as a Byrd... Chris Hillman
Becoming Duchess Goldblatt: A Memoir Anonymous
All the Little Live Things Wallace Stegner
A Thousand Mornings Mary Oliver
At Blackwater Pond Mary Oliver
Many Miles Mary Oliver
Poems (Highbridge Classics) W.B. Yeats
Mountain Interval Robert Frost
T.S. Eliot reading his poems and choruses T.S. Eliot
The Lost Words Robert Macfarlane
A Boy's Will Robert Frost
Toast (Gemma Open Door) Laurie Foos
Poems John Keats
Dog Songs Mary Oliver
Underworld Don DeLillo
Necessary Rebirths Nicole M. Long
The Midnight Library Matt Haig

How the Light Gets In Louise Penny

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