Books of 2020

Here are all the books I read this year. My main reading goal for this year is to focus on my Read the World Project as I have over 100 books to read (and review) in less than two years if I want to meet my self-imposed goal. You can find out more about what I’m reading on my Twitter and Goodreads.

Without further ado, here’s what I read in 2020! Any titles with asterisks are rereads and if it has a link, that goes to my review.

Only God Can Make a Tree – Bertram Roach
– The Underground Railroad – Colson Whitehead
They Called Us Enemy – George Takei, Justin Eisinger, Steven Scott and Harmony Becker
Night, Again edited – Linh Dinh

The Wife’s Tale: A Personal History – Aida Edemariam
The Conspiracy – Israel Centeno
Love in No Man’s Land – Duo Ji Zhuo Ga
The Lies of Locke Lamora – Scott Lynch

Notes of a Crocodile – Qiu Miaojin
Transparent City – Ondjaki

The Eighth Life – Nino Haratischwili
The Door – Magda Szabó
The Architect’s Apprentice – Elif Shafak
– Hawkeye: Avenging Archer – Jim McCann, David Lopez, Duane Swierczynski, Manuel Garcia and Paco Diaz
– Truthwitch – Susan Dennard
The Naked Woman – Armonía Somers
Woman Take Two – Telcine Turner
A Girl Called Eel – Ali Zamir
The Places I’ve Cried in Public – Holly Bourne
Difficult Fruit – Lauren K. Alleyne
– Downfall – Rob Thurman
– A Dream So Dark – L.L. McKinney

Passage of Tears – Abdourahman A. Waberi
Dread Nation – Justina Ireland
A Small Place – Jamaica Kincaid

– Black Panther: The Complete Collection Vol. 1 – Christopher Priest, Mark Texeira, Vince Evans, Joe Jusko, Mike Manley, Mark Bright and Sal Velluto
Fieldwork in Ukrainian Sex – Oskana Zabuzhko
Deathless Divide – Justina Ireland
– Life for Each – Daisy Zamora
– 13 Colors of the Honduran Resistance – Melissa Cardoza
– Cultural Refugees: Anthology of Poems – Julie Mota
– United States of Banana – Giannina Braschi

Currently reading:

Books read: 32/60
Books reviewed: 22/30

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