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This was a great year for reading authors I had never read before, as well as some later books by authors I’d read many times previously. The potential increase in reading time thanks to COVID lockdown was offset by the fact that I started back at school this fall, and between budget concerns making it hard to buy new books, and awareness of how my ADHD was making it increasingly difficult to fulfil my obligation to publish a review to get ARCs, I managed a slight improvement over last year, but not by many books. I have the hope, despite being in school for all 12 months of 2021, to increase the number of books read and the amount of content generated.

01 (2019) This Is How You Lose The Time War, Amal El-Mohtar and Max Gladstone
02 (2019) The Priory of the Orange Tree, Samantha Shannon
03 (2020) Machine’s Last Testament, Benjanun Sriduangkaew
04 (2018) Through Fiery Trials, David Weber
05 (2020) Border Crosser, Tom Doyle
06 (2017) Traitor, Krista D. Ball
07 (1983) Lammas Night, Katherine Kurtz
08 (2019) The Cloud Roads, Martha Wells
09 (2017) The Reluctant Queen, Sarah Beth Durst
10 (2018) The Queen of Sorrow, Sarah Beth Durst
11 (2013) Promise of Blood, Brian T McClellan
12 (2014) The Crimson Campaign, Brian T McClellan
13 (2015) The Autumn Republic, Brian T McClellan
14 (2016) The Queen of Blood, Sarah Beth Durst
15 (2020) The Caretakers, Claire M Horsnell
16 (2020) The Girl and the Stars, Mark Lawrence
17 (2020) The Last Emperox, John Scalzi
18 (2018) The Consuming Fire, John Scalzi
19 (2017) The Collapsing Empire, John Scalzi
20 (2016) Eternity’s Mind, Kevin J Anderson
21 (2015) Blood of the Cosmos, Kevin J Anderson
22 (2014) The Dark Between The Stars, Kevin J Anderson
23 (2018) Salvation, Peter F. Hamilton
24 (2013) The Golden City, J. Kathleen Cheney
25 (1975) The Birthgrave, Tanith Lee
26 (2018) Uncompromising Honor, David Weber
27 (2020) Dragon Unleashed, Grace Draven
28 (2017) The Rift, Nina Allen

Rereads
29 (2008) Return of the Crimson Guard, Ian C Esslemont
30 (2005) Night of Knives, Ian C Esslemont
31 (2006) The Bonehunters, Steven Erikson

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