My 2020 Reading List
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My 2020 Reading List

I promised myself not to completely waste my time during the 2020 pandemic(s) and I kept true to that promise.

My 2020 Reading List
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Here are the books I read in 2020 to keep myself a bit more sane.

1. The Giver - Lois Lowry

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$5.56 at Amazon:

2. A Mighty Long Way - Carlotta Walls LaNier

$15.99 on Amazon:

3. Monster - Walter Dean Myers

$7.99 on Amazon:

4. The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes - Suzanne Collins

The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes (A Hunger Games Novel) - by Suzanne Collins (Hardcover)

$14.38 on Amazon!

5. The 4 Hour Workweek - Timothy Ferriss

$22.49 on Amazon:

6. So You Want To Talk About Race - Ijeoma Oluo

$10.19 on Amazon:

7. Never Eat Alone - Keith Ferrazzi

$16.77 on Amazon:

8. Why Men Love Bitches - Sherry Argov

$13.74 on Amazon:

9. The Hate U Give - Angie Thomas

$11.48 on Amazon:

10. Midnight Sun - Stephanie Myer

$13.32 on Amazon:

11. All We Can Save - Ayana Elizabeth Johnson & Katharine K. Wilkinson

$19.67 on Amazon:

12. You Are A Badass - Jen Sincero

$8.99 on Amazon:

13. Murder in Saint-Remy - Susan Kiernan Lewis

$9.99 on Amazon:

14. Left to Die - Blake Pierce

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15. Start Something That Matters -Blake Mycoskie

$9.99 on Amazon:

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