I had been debating what kind of year end wrap up I wanted to do, but then the wonderful Esther from Bite Into Books tagged me to do the Goodreads: Your Year in Books Meme for 2019. Since Goodreads is where I most accurately keep track of what I read each year, this seemed like the perfect fit for me so thank you, Esther. 🙂
SOME OF MY BOOKISH STATS FOR 2019:
As of December 30th, I have read 58,107 pages across 152 books.
My average book length was 382 pages.
The shortest book I read was All the Flowers in Paris by Sarah Jio, at 240 pages.
The longest book I read (or re-read in this case) was A Clash of Kings by George R.R. Martin, at 1,010 pages.
The most popular book I read was also from George R.R. Martin, but this time it’s the first book in the series, A Game of Thrones, which has been read by 1,995,594 other people.
The least popular books I read was Hands Up by Stephen Clark, which has only been read by 31 other people so far.
My average book rating for 2019 was 4 STARS.
The highest rated book I read this year was Michelle Obama’s Becoming, which has a 4.58 star average.
My first review of the year was for White Stage by Kara Barbieri, which I rated 3.5 stars.
My final review of the year was for You Were There Too by Colleen Oakley, which I rated 4 stars.
I had 23 5 star reads in 2019. Here are some of the stand outs for me.
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