Went through a bit of dry spell and hoping this one does the trick.
I love historical fiction. It‘s probably my favorite genre. This one takes place in 1853 on a portion of the Oregon Trail. This family is headed to California but, you know, there‘s still cholera and fear of Indian tribes. It‘s gripping!
Here are my top 9 favorites of 2020. (Not necessarily published in 2020, just books I read last year.) I read 92 books in 2020 and gave 35 books a 5 ⭐️ rating. It was an awesome reading year for me.
Here‘s my #novemberwrapup. What a great reading month. 7 audio books, 2 physical books. Tagged book was my favorite and I just started watching the Showtime series. If it wasn‘t for audio books I would never have gotten through these two mammoth classic tomes. So so good!
I‘ve wanted to read this for decades. With my new found love of audio books, I‘m finally listening to it. Juliet Stevenson narrates. It‘s a long one, over 35 hours.
Just finished this one last night. So good!
I read 6 books this month. Going back to work full time has definitely cut into my reading time, but that‘s ok. A House Without Windows was amazing. I am still working on Sacajawea by Anna Lee Waldo and am on page 636/1300 something. #augustwrapup