I thought that like 2019 I would do a thread of all of the books I've read in 2020 šŸ“š I thought that I'd also give my ratings on the books on this thread ā­
What a perfect first read of the new year šŸ“– I wanted to start this year with a love story. It has some steamy and cute parts. I enjoyed following Piper and Kyle's love when they were teenagers and when they reconnected

šŸ“š Say You Still Love Me by K.A. Tucker ā­ā­ā­ā­.25
I just finished before bed!
This book kinda disappointed me šŸ˜ž I didn't find that it kept me engaged/wanting to keep turning the pages. I didn't really like any of the characters either. Plus, the "twist" wasn't much for me - I saw it coming

Dark Places by Gillian Flynn ā­ā­ā­
Oh my, what an amazing book šŸ’• I read it all today. It was heartwarming and heartbreaking at the same time. It took into account friendship, marriage, and motherhood. These 2 women go on an journey that leads to a worst case scenario

The Choices We Make by Karma Brown ā­ā­ā­ā­.5
I danced from 2-14 (ballet my favourite) so I like to remind myself of then. When I found this book I was excited! Ballet, history, mystery, and jewelery?

I liked the storyline, but found it hard to enjoy the writing style and get into it

Russian Winter by Daphne Kalotay ā­ā­ā­
My first 5 star of 2020 šŸ˜

This book was so good and addicting. This book was so beautiful and broke my heart a few times. Fate and true love(s) just got my heart soaring. I loved this so much šŸ“–šŸ’•

Confess by Colleen Hoover ā­ā­ā­ā­ā­
Reading my first series of the year!
What a cool concept for a book šŸ“š I thought this was interesting. There were times when I was skimming, but I felt that there were twists and turns. I'm excited to see how the series continues

Illuminae by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff ā­ā­ā­ā­
The second book in this series was so good! šŸ˜

I feel like this book was a step up from the 1st book. The tension and suspense is real. These characters are so powerful an brave

I'm going to start the 3rd in a little bit šŸ“–

Gemina by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff ā­ā­ā­ā­.5
This last book tied everything together so nicely! I'm kind of at a loss for words. I enjoyed this series šŸ“–

Onsidio by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff ā­ā­ā­ā­
I also finished this book tonight (I got so much reading done today!). Every now and then you need a guilty pleasure read and this one delivered šŸ“–

Darker by EL James ā­ā­ā­ā­
This was an okay thriller. Wasn't the ending I was hoping for - I think there could have been a more satisfying twist. I will keep reading this author though!

Odd Child Out by Gilly Macmillan ā­ā­ā­.5
This book šŸ˜­šŸ’• Even though the title says the ending it didn't stop it from being beautiful, heartbreaking, love and friendship, and the need to live each day to the fullest. The idea of learning it's your last day interests me

They Both Die At The End by Adam Silvera ā­ā­ā­ā­ā­
It's cold out which makes me wish I was somewhere warm. This book took me to Nassau

I couldn't focus/have the attention for this book so I skimmed. I felt the story and characters could have had more depth. It wasn't a wow book

The Far Side Of The Sun by Kate Furnivall ā­ā­ā­
This was okay. I felt that there was so much potential, but I felt that it was kinda lackluster. I know that there was a good story there, but I felt like it was slow. There was a pretty good ending though!

Cold Cold Heart by Tami Hoag ā­ā­ā­
I loved this book so much! It moved me and brought tears to my eyes every now and then. This book threw so many questions of life, love, fate, and yourself. I think I loved it because I'm such a romantic and believer of fate

The Light We Lost by Jill Santopolo ā­ā­ā­ā­ā­
I wanted to love this book more than I did. Maybe it was the style or length, but something was missing for me. It doesn't mean I think it wasn't beautiful or one that everyone shouldn't read - it just wasn't my favourite šŸ˜¬

All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr ā­ā­ā­.75
This book was worth the length! I went on an emotional ride. It took me a bit to get into it, but once I got further in it grabbed me šŸ“š I want to read more by this author now

The Break by Marian Keyes ā­ā­ā­ā­
I loved this! The love, the steamy parts, the bromance between these guys; it was the perfect mixture. I thought it was an awesome read. Can't wait for the others in the series to come out! šŸ˜šŸ“š

The Bromance Book Club by Lyssa Kay Adams ā­ā­ā­ā­.25
This book was a piece of art. I thought this was such a joy to read and follow these 2 strong women. I love this time period, and this was something new to me (the art world)

Stolen Beauty by Laurie Loco Albanese ā­ā­ā­ā­
This was a pretty good thriller! I liked the twist it too. I'm so excited to watch the show when it comes out šŸ˜

Pieces of Her by Karin Slaughter ā­ā­ā­.5
When I started this book, I didn't realize the controversy. Yes, lots of research was done. Yes, this book made me want to cry because of this reality of migrants. Yes, I learned about the struggles. But, it should have been own voices

American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins ā­ā­ā­ā­
I loved this so much!! šŸ˜ I think this might be one of my favourites. The love between these 2 just pull at my heart. Such a beautiful story and highly recommend it!

All Your Perfects by Colleen Hoover ā­ā­ā­ā­ā­
I'm a sucker for royalty and romance. I loved this book! I was rooting for Sophie and James the whole time. I loved how Grace Kelly brought these 2 together and influenced their lives so much

Meet Me In Monaco by Hazel Gaynor & Heather Webb ā­ā­ā­ā­ā­.25
I was finally able to finish this book tonight! šŸ’• Wow it was so amazing and touched my heart. I know it'll stick with me for a long time. I highly recommend this book!

Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult ā­ā­ā­ā­ā­
This was a great thriller! I wasn't fully expecting it to end like this šŸ˜ I'm really happy with how this book ended and the whole story

Where The Blame Lies by Mia Sheridan ā­ā­ā­ā­
My boyfriend and I read this book together šŸ˜šŸ’• we loved it so much and laughed at how we related to a lot of the comics

Snug by Catana Comics ā­ā­ā­ā­ā­
I really wanted to like this book - but I couldn't get into it/it wasn't for me. It was a DNF for me (I did look up the book summary online though šŸ˜‚)

All My Puny Sorrows by Miriam Toews ā­ā­.25
This book was okay. I thought this was funny and romantic. Not one of my favourite romances, but I thought it was a cute read

Don't You Forget About Me by Mhairi McFarlane ā­ā­ā­.5
I was able to finish this book this afternoon šŸ“– I thought it was pretty good. I don't think it was one of my favourite thrillers

He Said/She Said by Erin Kelly ā­ā­ā­
This book was such a joy. I felt like I was transported to Paris. So many family secrets were discovered and there was a great combination of family, friendship, finding yourself, and discovering of a great city

The Paris Key by Juliet Blackwell ā­ā­ā­.75
Woah this book was creepy! It took a turn I wasn't fully expecting. It was addictive, creepy, disturbing, and interesting. I'm going to have to watch the show now!

Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn ā­ā­ā­.5
I tried to like this book šŸ˜¬ I was excited for this one. I didn't enjoy the writing (run on sentences, repetition). As much as I like farfetched storylines, this was a bit much. I figured life is too short to read books you don't love

The Mistress by Danielle Steele ā­ā­.5
I adored this book! It is such a relevant and important read. I flew through it. I hope that those who check this book out feel inspired - to make changes, understand what's going on with immigration, and become leaders

Something in Between by Melissa de la Cruz ā­ā­ā­ā­.25
I thought that reading this book would be very fitting with what is going on currently. I liked how this flipped between before and after the flu pandemic in this book. Hopefully this doesn't happen to us!

Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel ā­ā­ā­.5
I think this might be one of my favourite books. I'm not sure what I was expecting, but I wasn't expecting to feel so many emotions. I love getting to know the complex being of Eleanor. Highly recommend! šŸ“–

Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman ā­ā­ā­ā­.5
My heart šŸ˜­šŸ’• this was a beautiful tale of sacrifice, resilience, and love of family. I felt for all of these characters going through such hard times due to WWII

The Daughter's Tale by Armando Lucas Correa ā­ā­ā­.5
As many of you are aware, I get headaches, migraines and recently I've been having complex migraines. I thought it would be beneficial to look more into migraines and what to do to mitigate them. This book helped a little

Migraines More Than A Headache by Elizabeth Leroux ā­ā­ā­
This was a very interesting read. I've never heard of Beryl Markham until this book. She had such a wild and exciting life. I felt like I was in Africa

Circling the Sun by Paula McLain ā­ā­ā­.5
Just finished this thriller! There were a few chapters that I was gripped and wanted to see what happened. It was interesting to see good vs evil. I'm usually pretty good at figuring out how these will end, but I was a little surprised

Give Me The Child by Mel McGrath ā­ā­ā­.25
This book was heartbreaking - and I loved it. I don't know much about ALS, but I feel like I went through every stage with these characters. If you're looking for a tear-jerker, here's your book

Every Note Played by Lisa Genova ā­ā­ā­ā­.5
This book was great šŸ’• it combined love, healing, and forgiveness. I think every mother and daughter should read this book

Summer Island by Kristin Hannah ā­ā­ā­ā­
I loved this book! šŸ˜ I thought it was such a different romance. It was contemporary, sexy, sweet, and thrilling. I was rooting for Holland and Calvin. This was such a delight to read

Roomies by Christina Lauren ā­ā­ā­ā­.5
This was pretty good - not one of my favourite WWII books, but still one to read. It was a heartbreaking story in Normandy. Emma had a harsh personality at points, I understand that's the intention, but she rubbed me the wrong way

The Baker's Secret by Stephen P. Kiernan ā­ā­ā­
This book was massively hyped up, so naturally I assumed that I would adore it. While I did speed though it and my heart broke in many places, it isn't at the top of my favourite books. I am excited to start the tv series though!

Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng ā­ā­ā­.5
Silly me, I forgot to add this to this read to this thread https://twitter.com/_YAReadsNow/status/1248453122034249728
This audiobook had been one I have been listening on my walks. I thought this was an okay, realistic dystopia. The idea really interested me, but isn't one of my favourites

Vox by Christina Dalcher ā­ā­ā­
I adored this book! I loved The Taster by this author so I was excited when this came out. I loved learning more about the non-violent resistance and following Natalya through the her part in the resistance and what followed after

The Traitor by V.S. Alexander ā­ā­ā­ā­ā­
My heart šŸ˜­ this book was a beautiful love story that touched my heart and made me tear up. This was tragic and I can't imaging going through this. I didn't want to put this book down

Forever, Interrupted by Taylor Jenkins Reid ā­ā­ā­ā­.5
This book touched me and I know I'll be thinking about it. It's fiction based on real life events. The bravery Cilka had for surviving Auschwitz and a Gulag blows my mind. I didn't know much about Gulags, so I was interested to learn

Cilka's Journey by Heather Morris ā­ā­ā­ā­.5
I thought this was okay. I liked the historical story more than the present day story (which brings down my rating). I did enjoy reading this book! I liked following the journey of this painting through WWI, WWII, and present day

The Girl You Left Behind by JoJo Moyes ā­ā­ā­.25
I enjoyed this book. I needed to escape to a beach town and this did just that. This book had more mysteries than I was expecting! Lots of twists and turns and the power of friendships

The High Tide Club by Mary Kay Andrews ā­ā­ā­.75
Oooooh what a thriller this was! I was so engrossed in this book and couldn't stop turning the pages. So many secrets. I enjoyed the flipping back and forth between now and then. Will check out more by this author!

The Surrogate by Louise Jensen ā­ā­ā­ā­
I've been trying to get into this book for the last hour or so šŸ˜¬ this book just didn't grab me, so I'm going to put it aside

Machine Without Horses by Helen Humphreys ā­ā­
This was an unexpected joy. At times it felt like it was taking too long, but was a great tale of secrets, betrayal, and revelations. It was a journey and a great historical fiction read! Plus, it involved a castle which made me excited

The Distant Hours by Kate Morton ā­ā­ā­.5
This was a great read! It reminded me a lot of Big Little Lies. It was addictive while exploring the culture of parents who push their kids, privilege, competition, and secrets

The Gifted School by Bruce Holsinger ā­ā­ā­.75
So good! I loved this book. It shined a light on the complicated nature of relationships. Relationships can be messy and angering, but we love them all the same. It gave me all the feels!

Life and Other Inconveniences by Kristan Higgins ā­ā­ā­ā­.25
This book was okay, not one of my favourites šŸ˜¬ I skimmed through the whole book. It sadly didn't grab me/make me excited to read

Bridge of Clay by Markus Zusak ā­ā­ā­
This was a soap opera - which kept me engaged and turning pages. I enjoyed drama, changing character perspectives, and that it took place in ancient Rome (haven't read many in this period). Not sure if I'll check out the rest of the series

Mistress of Rome by Kate Quinn ā­ā­ā­.5
This was creepy! At some points I would get angry (I mean that in a good way). I couldn't stop reading this thriller - with so many questions of why was this done, if everything was going to come out, etc. I'll check out more by the author

Lying in Wait by Liz Nugent ā­ā­ā­.75
I think I might have read too many books of those Hemingway has loved and hurt. I did learn about the amazing achievements that Ms. Gellhorn had in her career - that is what made me keep reading this book

Love and Ruin by Paula McLain ā­ā­ā­.25
This was a fairytale, but seemed like a long winded plot (a lot of buildup for a small climax). So many characters too! It was hard to keep them straight. I did like the way it was told - the narrator. It didn't live up to my hopes

Once Upon a River by Diane Setterfield ā­ā­ā­
Loved this šŸ§” I haven't met a book by this author (so far) that I haven't loved. The first half broke my heart, but the second half was me rooting each character on to find love and happiness. So many feelings when reading this!

Regretting You by Colleen Hoover ā­ā­ā­ā­ā­
I danced competitively for 12yrs - ballet was my fav. I'm happy to read books that remind me of dance days (not dark like this) It was dramatic with a thriller twist. Looking forward to answers in the next book

Tiny Pretty Things by Sona Charaipotra & Dhonielle Clayton ā­ā­ā­.75
I liked this more than the first! I love me some ballet. A little revenge, forgiveness & answers. I'm happy with the ending for the 3 main characters - they grew & improved. I liked the peek into their futures

Shiny Broken Pieces by Sona Charaipotra & Dhonielle Clayton ā­ā­ā­.75
This book made me cry a few times šŸ˜­šŸ’• the struggle and heartbreak that this family went through tore me up. But, the healing and love brought warmth. My heart is with those whose loved ones are going through a horrible illness

The Good Mother by SinĆ©ad Moriarty ā­ā­ā­ā­
Although this book was long (a little too long for my liking. I think a lot could have been cut out), the twist was great! I didn't find it too thriller-y though - I thought of it more of a "why did these situations happen?"

The Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter ā­ā­ā­.75
I adored this book! This might be one of my favourite romance reads. I thought it was adorable (their notes were one of my favourite parts) with some romantic and steamy parts; but, also brought in deeper issues (stalking emotional abuse)

The Flatshare by Beth O'Leary ā­ā­ā­ā­.5
This book was AMAZING. I was hooked from the start and didn't want to put it down or have it end. Vianne and Isabelle reminded me of my sister and I. These women were amazing and brave. I may still be crying a bit

The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah ā­ā­ā­ā­ā­
Thank you @NetGalley for providing me a copy of this book! Growing up my family was Catholic. Any time we'd go to church I would look at the architecture. These photos are beautiful. I felt like I was on a world vacation

Amazing Churches of the World by Michael Kerrigan ā­ā­ā­ā­
I really enjoyed this book! So many secrets revealed - just when I thought it was solved, there was more to it. Such a great mix of mystery and romance. It was really hard to put down

The Paris Secret by Karen Swan ā­ā­ā­ā­
Loved this! Romance, finding happiness, accepting yourself, travel, & grief. I adored Jason and Chelsea's dynamic. Chelsea inspires me to go on my own quest! Thanks Netgalley & Berkley Publishing Group for sending me a copy.

Paris is Always a Good Idea by Jenn McKinlay ā­ā­ā­ā­
This book made its way into my heart and is now one of my favourites (I cried for the last few chapters). This book has love, bravery, and sadness. Thank you Netgalley and Simon & Schuster Canada for providing me with a copy.

The Book of Lost Names by Kristin Harmel ā­ā­ā­ā­ā­
I thought this book was pretty good! I enjoy books that deal with some travel. It was a fun read to follow Romy and Dom as they traveled the world in 80 days. Thanks Netgalley & Berkley Publishing Group for providing me with a copy!

Eighty Days to Elsewhere by K.C Dyer ā­ā­ā­.5
I thought this book was okay.
The set up was great and ominous. Crruption, manipulation, and a crazy family. Clues happen slowly, but the ending wraps up fast. There were things I didn't expect.

Thanks Netgalley and Simon & Schuster Canada.

Still Here by Amy Stuart ā­ā­ā­
This was an okay read. It was a mix of historical fiction and spies. Usually I read WWII historical fiction books, so it was fun to read one that takes place shortly after. Thanks Netgalley and Simon & Schuster Canada for a copy.

The Guardian of Lies by Kate Furnivall ā­ā­ā­
I enjoyed this! The characters were relatable and I cared about them. I liked how romance wasn't the main thing - I'd say Max and Carly growing as individuals was. I smiled a lot! Thank you Netgalley & Berkley Publishing Group for a copy!

You Lucky Dog by Julia London ā­ā­ā­.5
I adored this book! A dual timeline, strong females, learning more about the Spanish civil war, romance, betrayals, and a bittersweet ending. I thought this was a great read and so nice to be transported to Spain and uncover secrets

The Spanish Promise by Karen Swan ā­ā­ā­ā­
I read this book in one sitting! I loved Grace and Audrey's character development. This book had unexpected friendship, romance, finding yourself, summer in Paris, betrayals and forgiveness, and so much more. So glad I read this!

One Summer in Paris by Sarah Morgan ā­ā­ā­ā­.25
I can't believe how much I loved this book šŸ˜ the tension was built so perfectly! I thought it was such a cute romance and gave me all the feels. Such a great light read!

99 Percent Mine by Sally Thorne ā­ā­ā­ā­.25
This was interesting! Although there was backstory about the games & President Snow (not redeemed in my eyes) becoming to be, I still have questions! šŸ˜‚ My favourite parts were hints of what is to come in the trilogy

The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes by Suzanne Collins ā­ā­ā­ā­
This was a good read. It was everything I was hoping it would be - strength, second chances, love, and forgiveness. I read this book so fast! It was a feel good experience

The View from Alameda Island by Robyn Carr ā­ā­ā­.75
What a great thriller! The whole time I kept wondering what happened 20 years ago and what happened now. There were a few twists I didn't expect. It's a read for the summer. Thanks Netgalley and Simon & Schuster Canada!

The Girl from Widow Hills by Megan Miranda ā­ā­ā­.75
I love romance and history. It made me happy to see a couple fighting for their marriage after being apart for years. There's suspense, love, and espionage. I loved the humor and architecture (I learned a lot about churches)

The London Restoration by Rachel McMillan ā­ā­ā­.75
I can't believe it took me forever to pick this up & how fast I read it! I loved the geekiness - I don't know comics and forums, but I loved diving into it. It had art, friendship, fixing relationships, and doing what you love

Eliza and Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia ā­ā­ā­ā­
I've been wanting to read a light-hearted series, and this I think will deliver šŸ“š I loved the humour and seeing Rebecca grow as a character. I was entertained the whole time!

Confessions of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella ā­ā­ā­.75
I enjoyed this book more than the first! It's such a guilty pleasure type of series. I love the fashion, humor, love, and improving oneself. I just wish Rebecca would learn from her mistakes and stop making them!

Shopaholic Takes Manhattan by Sophie Kinsella ā­ā­ā­ā­
This might be my favourite one in the series so far! I love weddings, so I was excited for this one. Again, I loved the humor. I felt stressed for Becky about the 2 weddings, and I was very happy with the solution

Shopaholic Ties the Knot by Sophie Kinsella ā­ā­ā­ā­
Another fun read! It was such a delight to read. I loved the humor again, the development of the story, lighthearted way of telling the story, and the differences between Becky and her sister (made me laugh a few times)

Shopaholic & Sister by Sophie Kinsella ā­ā­ā­.75
The 5th in the series was adorable! I thought it was precious, funny, and that Becky grew up in this one (but still has her old personality at times). I'm a hopeless romantic, so I loved moments with Becky & Luke. I loved the ending!

Shopaholic & Baby by Sophie Kinsella ā­ā­ā­ā­
Enjoyed this one too! It jumped ahead 2 years where Becky juggles being a mom to a toddler, her job, being married, & finding a home. I loved the humor and seeing other sides of Luke. The drama was lower & the party planning was fun

Mini Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella ā­ā­ā­.75
Another good one in the series. Sadly, this wasn't my favourite in the series. I was slightly disappointed in Becky since she seemed immature & selfish in this book. But, I'm excited for the next because of the cliffhanger!

Shopaholic to the Stars by Sophie Kinsella ā­ā­ā­.5
I enjoyed book 8! I thought it was a fun and light story of friends/family on a roadtrip + lots of discoveries. The part of all of the characters bonding over the mission was my favourite. On to the last (?) book in the series

Shopaholic to the Rescue by Sophie Kinsella ā­ā­ā­ā­
Aweh I really enjoyed this one! It was funny, cute, and filled with Christmas spirit. I love the world of Becky. I think this might be one of my favourites in the series. The last chapter just filled me with so much happiness!

Christmas Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella ā­ā­ā­ā­
I find that every now and then I need to add some poetry into my reads. I think it will hit a chord with a lot of readers. I enjoyed the balance of uncomfortable moments with the exciting ones. Thank you NetGalley and Farrar, Straus and Giroux !

Blizzard by Henri Cole ā­ā­ā­ā­
I am a big historical fiction fan and I liked going to to a different place during WWII. I didn't realize that many Jews fled to China. I did find that the story was missing something though

The Far Side of the Sky by Daniel Kalla ā­ā­ā­.75
The 2nd in the series is done šŸ“– I didn't like this as much as the 1st & found I wasn't fully engaged. Again, I liked following the characters in a setting that isn't normally explored in WWII fiction. It's a story of survival

Rising Sun, Falling Shadow by Daniel Kalla ā­ā­ā­.5
I was happy with the last book in the trilogy! I'm in awe of the bravery of the characters & everything they went through. I said this for the other books, but I loved the setting. I was happy with how everything was wrapped up

Nightfall over Shanghai by Daniel Kalla ā­ā­ā­.75
This book! It weaved a lot together - interactions, kindness, 2nd chances, friendships, suicide - but, mostly about being human. I thought I knew what was going on then there'd be a twist. Thanks Netgalley and Simon & Schuster Canada!

Anxious People by Fredrik Backman ā­ā­ā­ā­.5
I can't believe how much I enjoyed this! šŸ˜šŸ“– It was so magical and mysterious with so many twists and secrets. I wasn't bored and couldn't put it down. I'm so ready for the next book

Carnaval by Stephanie Garber ā­ā­ā­ā­
Wow I loved the second book so much! šŸ˜ I was a bit worried that I wouldn't like this as much as the first, but the last few chapters made me like it a bit more. So many questions and I can't wait to start the last book šŸ“–

Legendary by Stephanie Garber ā­ā­ā­ā­.25
I LOVED the last book in this trilogy šŸ˜ the ending just gave me all the feels. It was twisty, magical, mysterious, and so much fun to read. All of the pieces finally got put together/made sense/ended the way I hoped šŸ“–

Finale by Stephanie Garber ā­ā­ā­ā­.5
This was great. It isn't one of my favourites with a black lead, but it's an important read! It takes place in 1992 but relates to now. It deals with race, riots, class & friendship. Thanks Netgalley and Simon & Schuster Canada

The Black Kids by Christina Hammonds Reed ā­ā­ā­.75
This surprised me! I don't listen to K-Pop, but this was so good - the drama, competitiveness & confidence. It showed what I assumed how the industry is. I loved someone being from & visiting Toronto. Thanks Netgalley and Simon & Schuster Canada

Shine by Jessica Jung ā­ā­ā­ā­.5
I saved this book and I loved it! I love a rom-com with relatable characters, an interesting dynamic, some steamy bits, character growth, and of course some travel (I want a tropical vacation now). What an enjoyable read!

The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren ā­ā­ā­ā­.5
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