Wrap Up

Wrapping Up 2020 So Far: Books 11-20

Here’s the next 10 books I’ve read so far this year!

11. King Henry VI Part 3 by William Shakespeare (1591)

Rating: ★★★
Genre: Classic History Play
Publisher: Scribd Audio
Format: Scribd Audiobook

These are a drag. That is all, haha.

King Henry VI, Part 3

 

12. Pages & Co: Tilly And The Lost Fairytales by Anna James (2019)

Rating: ★★★★★
Genre: Middle Grade Fantasy
Publisher: Scribd Audio
Format: Scribd Audiobook

I love the Pages & Co series with every fibre of my being. This is a gorgeous sequel and it is so so lovely.

Tilly and the Lost Fairytales (Pages & Co., #2)

 

13. Heartstopper Volume 1 by Alice Oseman (2018)

Rating: ★★★★★
Genre: Young Adult Contemporary Graphic Novel
Publisher: Selfpublished but later published by Hodder
Format: Bought my own copy

I gave this 4 stars originally, but as I read all 3 in one go, I bumped it up to a 5! It’s so cute, fun and heartwarming. Can’t wait for book 4!

Heartstopper: Volume One (Heartstopper, #1)|

14. Heartstopper Volume 2 by Alice Oseman (2019)

Rating: ★★★★★
Genre: Young Adult Contemporary Graphic Novel
Publisher: Hodder
Format: Bought my own copy

A lush sequel! I just love these two so very much.

Heartstopper: Volume Two (Heartstopper, #2)

 

15. Heartstopper Volume 3 by Alice Oseman (2020)

Rating: ★★★★★
Genre: Young Adult Contemporary Graphic Novel
Publisher: Hodder
Format: Bought my own copy

This was my fav of the three because of the travel vibes! It was so lovely. I love how these books make me feel.

Heartstopper: Volume Three (Heartstopper, #3)

 

16. This Train Is Being Held by Ismee Amiel Williams (2020)

Rating: ★★★★
Genre: Young Adult Contemporary
Publisher: Amulet Books
Format: Physical ARC gifted from publisher.

I liked the Private Dance School vibes of this but it was at its heart, a standard YA Contemp.

This Train Is Being Held

 

17. The Cat Mummy by Jacqueline Wilson (2001)

Rating: ★★★
Genre: Chapter Book
Publisher: Yearling
Format: Bought my own copy from a charity shop

I don’t believe I actually ever read this in my youth? It’s a quick little story that deals with grief delicately (ish) for little ones. I’m slowly (very, given covid) building up my collection by buying from charity shops.

The Cat Mummy

 

18. Never Look Back by A.L Gaylin (2019)

Rating: ★★★
Genre: Adult Thriller
Publisher: Orion
Format: Audiobook gifted by the publisher

I don’t remember much about this other than it being confusing, it dragged. I enjoyed the podcast aspect of the audibook though, it gave me Sadie vibes.

Never Look Back

 

19. The Comedy Of Errors by William Shakespeare (1591)

Rating: ★★★
Genre: Classic Comedy Play
Publisher: Scribd Audio
Format: Scribd Audiobook

A fun, light and funny story of classic Shakespearean misunderstandings but overall, forgettable. I think it’s one you need to watch on stage, really, to get the comedy of the two sets of twins.

The Comedy of Errors

 

20. A River In Darkness by Masaji Ishikawa (2000)

Rating: ★★★★
Genre: Memoir
Publisher: Scribd Audio
Format: Scribd Audiobook

This was really impactful, it’s a story of an escape from North Korea.

A River in Darkness:  One Man's Escape from North Korea

 

There’s the next 10 books I’ve read this year! Have you read any of them? What did you think of them? Let me know down below. 

Happy reading, lovelies xo

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