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Books I’m Definitely Reading in 2021

Hello everyone! There are many books I want to get to in 2021 (not many New Releases but many that I’ve wanted to pick up for the longest time). I’m making this list not only for all of you to see my plans, but also to keep myself accountable. All of these have at least a bit of fantasy element, just because I enjoy that genre the most. Also, all of these are on my Wishlist so if you’re interested in supporting me, you can check out the wishlist and if you want, send me a book πŸ™‚ So, here are all the books I’ll probably be reading in 2021:

Books with Mythology thematic

I love mythology and have been eyeing these for the longest time, especially books by Madeline Miller. I’m very excited and can’t wait to read them.

A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness

I’ve seen the trailer for the TV show so I definitely want to pick this up before watching the show.

Books by Leigh Bardugo

I don’t think I’ve read a single book by Leigh Bardugo but I really want to see what the hype is about, as a matter of fact, at the moment I’m listening to Shadow and Bone and so far I don’t have any thoughts but hopefully I like it.

Black Sun by Rebbeca Roanhorse

A very popular book and I’m so sad I haven’t read it yet. So excited about it!

Voyager by Diana Gabaldon

I really like this series but since the books are so long, I need to mentally prepare myself before picking them up. But, I’m definitely reading the third book this year.

So, these are all the books (of course, there might be more but I forgot to include them). If there are any books that you’d like me to read and make a blog post about please mention them in the comments, I’m always looking for new books to read.

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16 thoughts on “Books I’m Definitely Reading in 2021

  1. I really hope you like Circe and Song of Achilles. I read both and liked Song of Achilles slightly more than Circe (I don’t have as much of knowledge on the original myth of Circe to have an opinion on the adaptation.) Can’t wait to hear your thoughts.

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