TEN BOOKS I REALLY WANTED TO READ IN 2021… AND DIDN’T!

Hello people! I hope you all are happy and that this new year is being good with you! Today I am here to talk to you about some books that I really really wanted to read last year but, as you can guess, I didn’t manage to. But now I have a whole new year to do it, so let’s hope this time around would be the right one! Last year I have published a list, too, and I have read 7 books out of 10, so the 3 books I have missed would be on the new list, too. And I really hope to get to them pretty soon!

These three are the ones left behind. And I really hope this year would be their year! And I know that two of them are the first in a series and that new series aren’t really what I need at the moment, but I’ll try my best to be better with them!

To be honest I am surprised to see these three books here (okay, sure I wrote the list so I knew they would be there, but still…) because these three are some books that I was really looking forward to! I was just so excited to start them, to finally read them and yet… yet here I am, still waiting to start them. But I really, really hope that I will get to them pretty soon!

And all of these are books I am and was pretty excited too, so I really hope to read all of them. And to do it soon!! I’ll keep my fingers crossed and hope that the mood will assist me!

And what about you? Did you read any of these books? And are there some books that you wanted to read in 2021 but you didn’t make it?? Let me know!

Happy reading!
S.

16 thoughts on “TEN BOOKS I REALLY WANTED TO READ IN 2021… AND DIDN’T!

  1. Kim says:

    So many books I didn’t get to in 2021 and like you I was very excited to get to them and my mood reader self went in another direction. A few(of the many) I hope to read this year are The Stand-Stephen King,Dragon Mage(also),Dreams of the Dying-Nicholas Lietzau, Hail Mary-Andy Weir and to start The Sword of Shannara series-Terry Brooks. Happy reading and good luck with your goals!

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  2. maddalena@spaceandsorcery says:

    Sixteeen Ways etc. and Empire of the Vampire are both engrossing books even though they are much more different than the proverbial apples and oranges, and I can only recommend Velocity Weapon (and the rest of the series) because it’s a captivating space opera. Happy reading! 🙂

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