My Year In Books 2017

With the last day of the year I’m posting the wrap up of all the books that I read this year. All the good ones, and the bad one. Books that were amazing, that impacted my deeply, and some books I completely forgot about and preparing this wrap up reminded me of them.

My reading life in 2017 was different from in 2016. First of all, I read less, I had longer breaks between books, or just read one book for two or three weeks. Towards the end of the year I read more physical books, not only ebooks. Ebooks and e-ARC where the majority of the books I read last year, this year it was more mixed. I didn’t focus on getting higher response percentage on Netgalley. I also didn’t request so many books this year. The initial excitement of Netgalley wore off this year, and I think I’m more considered when it comes to requesting a new galley.

– The best book –

The book that meant the most for me this year is definitely The Heart’s Invisible Furies by John Boyne. It was an incredible read, it was emotional, sad and funny at the same time. I highly recommend this book to everyone!

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