1. 65 is more than I read. 🙂 A completely respectable number. And even with moving! That’s impressive! All the Light We Cannot See is on my to-read list (for my book club) this coming year. I’ve heard such great things about it. 🙂

  2. All the Light We Cannot See was a favorite of mine as well. I actually saw you post about it and added to my list. Such a beautiful story.

    65 is not bad a bad number at all. I considered adding in picture books to top my teens numbers. We might be a bit competitive here.

  3. I have All the Light We Cannot See on my ever-lengthening TBR list thanks to you and I think Susanne. I have Nester’s book on my Kindle app but haven’t gotten to it yet – maybe this year. Somehow I have never enjoyed Huck Finn or Tom Sawyer. Because of that I have been reluctant to try any of Twain’s other books, but I have been thinking about trying A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court.

    • Amy

      I DO think listening to Twain via an excellent reader/narrator is the way to go! One book I ALMOST finished this year was The Prince and the Pauper, via audio, and it was wonderful!

  4. 65 Books is a VERY respectable number! You did have quite a year.

    Loving this reading on a whim thing. Not continuing the RtK Classics Bookclub feels like a complete release to read whatever I want whenever I like. That has been a glorious feeling, I have to confess. The only books I may read at the behest of someone else are those for my intown book club with the ladies from church. I think I”ll skip online requirements though. Freedom to breathe! 🙂

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