So here it is – my full and final #Bookvent countdown for 2020. It’s been an emotional year for many reasons, but I have been very blessed to read some absolutely brilliant books. I really wish I could have featured every single book, as all added something to my life and gave me a moment of escape in a turbulent year but I already turned 24 days into 27 posts, so you have to draw the line somewhere … So which books made the cut? Well, in case you missed any of my daily posts, here is the recap of all 27 books that really scored a place in my bookish memories this year.
Day One – Three Hours by Rosamund Lupton
Day 2 – Bury Them Deep by James Oswald
Day 3 – Power Play By Tony Kent
Day 4 – The Creak On The Stairs by Eva Björg Ægisdóttir
Day 5 – The Waiting Rooms by Eve Smith
Day 7 – The Big Chill by Doug Johnstone
Day 8 – The Less Dead by Denise Mina
Day 9 – Midnight at Malabar House by Vaseem Khan
Day 10 – The Life We Almost Had by Amelia Henley
Day 11 – The Coral Bride by Roxanne Bouchard
Day 12 – Deadly Cry by Angela Marsons
Day 13 – The Game by Luca Veste
Day 14 – The Tattoo Thief by Alison Belsham
Day 14 – The Last Days of Disco by David F. Ross
Day 15 – The Home by Sarah Stovell
Day 16 – The Other People by C.J. Tudor
Day 17 – Beast by Matt Wesolowski
Day 18 – Death Deserved by Thomas Enger and Jørn Lier Horst
Day 19 – Black River by Will Dean
Day 20 – I Am Dust by Louise Beech
Day 21 – The Curator by M.W. Craven
Day 22 – Watch Him Die by Craig Robertson
Day 23 – A Song Of Isolation by Michael J. Malone
Day 24 – Hinton Hollow Death Trip by Will Carver
Day 24 – Ash Mountain by Helen Fitzgerald
Book of the Year 2020 – We Begin At The End by Chris Whitaker
So there we have it. My full bookvent countdown. All that remains to be said is Merry Christmas to all. Enjoy yourselves, whatever it is you are up to but, above all else, stay safe,
3 thoughts on “The #Bookvent Calendar 2020 – The Full and Final Countdown.”
Thanks so much Jen & Mandie. I too have read some really great books this year which helped to keep me sane during a horrible year, and I can’t say enough thankyous for the effort that you both put into this blog. The authors put a great deal of effort into each book too, and I really don’t know how they do it time after time and come up with addictive plots and characters that make them memorable. So my grateful thanks to them too. I’m spending the Xmas period in wonderful isolation with a jam-packed e-reader and maybe just a little drink or two.
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Thank you June. I think we’ve all needed books more than ever this year, as a way to forget and make life a little more normal again: I hope you have a wonderful Christmas. A full e-reader sounds like heaven to me.
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