Retrospection: 2021 in Pictures

It's almost the end of 2021; let's take a look at the year we've had!

2021 is almost over. It’s a year unlike any other, and many of us want to leave it and hope the next year will be better; we just want to leave the pandemic behind us, pretend this year never happened, and go back to normal. Thankfully, there were books. Let’s take a look at what literature has taught me this year; click on the links to find out more!

Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit by Jeanette Winterson; how sometimes we have to find out our own truths.
The Fortnight in September by R.C. Sherriff; how holidays can inspire us to change our lives.
The Dig by John Preston; how archaeology teaches us not only about the past, but also about ourselves.
Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami; how one song can take us back to the past.
Conversations with Friends by Sally Rooney; how it is to be young.
Hamnet by Maggie O’Farrell; how Shakespeare wrote one of his most famous plays.
Fleishman Is In Trouble by Taffy Brodesser-Akner; how books can be feminist even if they’re about a man.
Serious by John McEnroe; how a spoiled tennis player looks back on his life.
American Utopia by David Byrne; how music can bring us all together.

Which of these books is your favourite? Which books would you like me to discuss next year? Please do let me know in the comments! Also, don’t forget to follow me for more book-related posts. I hope to see you next year!

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