21 Books I’d Like To Read in 2021

Hey guys! Today I thought I’d share with you guys the 21 books I’d like to read in 2021. I was going through my goodreads Want to Read shelf and saw I had 21 pages. I thought it be fun to go on each page and pick one book that I’d like to read. I did make a rule for myself. If there was a book on that page that I owned that took priority. I’m excited to say I’ve actually read two of these books. So let’s dive in see what the books are!

Station Eleven By Emily St. John Mandel

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy By Douglas Adams

1984 By George Orwell

A Dirty Job By Christopher Moore

Pawnee: The Greatest Town in America By Leslie Knope

Dexter By Design By Jeff Lindsay

Ten By Gretchen McNeil

Fight Club 2 By Chuck Palahniuk (Goodreads Author), Cameron Stewart (Goodreads Author), David W. Mack (Illustrations)

We Have Always Lived in the Castle By Shirley Jackson

The Dry By Jane Harper

Good As Gone By Amy Gentry

The Shadow of the Wind By Carlos Ruiz Zafón, Lucia Graves (Translator)

The Last Magician By Lisa Maxwell

Baby Teeth By Zoje Stage

Skin Deep By Liz Nugent

Imaginary Friend By Stephen Chbosky

The Similars By Rebecca Hanover

My Answer is….:Reflections on My Life By Alex Trebek

Little Cruelties By Liz Nugent

You Should See Me in a Crown By Leah Johnson

The Year of the Witching By Alexis Henderson

That is my list of 21 books I want to read in 2021! Some of these books were previously on my 20 books I want to read for 2020. I do hope this year goes better and I actually read them. I have decided if I don’t read these books by the end of the year I will remove them from my TBR. Some of these have been on my TBR for years. I want to use that to push myself to get to them. I am excited for this challenge. I do hope to find some new favorites from these. 

What are some of the books you plan to read in 2021? Do we have any similar picks? If so I’m always down for a buddy read!

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