January Reading Wrap Up


It's book week 5 in our 52 Books Quest as we head into February. I am so proud of myself. I'll admit it, I'm a bookaholic and made it through January without out buying any new books.   Nor did I read any ebooks. I read only physical books have had on the shelves, forever and a day it seems like, for the  month of January.  May not seem like that big of a deal, but given that last year I forsake physical books in favor of ebooks, it is.  I have absolutely no desire to read ebooks at the moment. Let's see how long that lasts. Right now I'm concentrating on reading all the wonderful physical books and enjoying myself.   


All Shall Be Well (#2 Kincaid and Duncan) - Deborah Crombie (Police Procedural, 268)

Three Body Problem - Cixin Liu (Science Fiction, 416) 

Ghostbusters 1 and 2 novelization - Richard Mueller/Ed Naha (Audiobook)

Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay - Michael Chabon (Historical Fiction, 1930's, 684)

Devlin Diary #2 Clair Duncan - Christie Phillips (HF murder mystery, 1672/2008, 427)

Wolf Hall #1 WH Trilogy - Hilary Mantel (HF, 1500's,  604)

Eternal - Lisa Scottoline (HF Italy, 1937-57, 465)

Made to Kill - Adam Christopher (Science fiction, 1965, 234)

Super Powered Year One - Drew Hayes (Science Fiction, 730)

The top two I enjoyed the most are Wolf Hall and Super Powered Year One

I completed nine books which according to Goodreads is 3847 pages. Four science fiction, four historical fiction, and one police procedural.  Six were dusty books of which two were repeat authors. One new release and one new to me author sent to me by a friend. Plus one audiobook which was James choice. And I managed to review each one as soon as I finished reading.  Not too shabby.  


  1. You had a great month and read several chunksters! Funny how our preferences can change over time - sometimes all you want to read are ebooks, other times only physical books will do. It always feels great to read books that have been sitting on the shelf a while.


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