Master List of Books Read in 2021

  1. Give Great Presentations by Lucinda Becker.
  2. Bone Talk by Candy Gourlay.
  3. Avoid Plagiarism by Thomas Lancaster.
  4. The Decagon House Murders by Yukito Ayatsuji.
  5. Choose Your Own Adventure: Mountain Survival by Edward Packard.
  6. Manage Your Stress by Clare Wilson.
  7. Forged by Benedict Jacka.
  8. Think Critically by Tom Chatfield.
  9. Slough House by Mick Herron.
  10. Good Girls Die First by Kathryn Foxfield.
  11. Small Dreams Of A Scorpion by Spike Milligan.
  12. A Book Of Milliganimals by Spike Milligan.
  13. The Case For A Four Day Week by Anna Coote, Aidan Harper and Alfie Stirling.
  14. Agatha Oddly – Murder At The Museum by Lena Jones.
  15. Teachers vs Tech? The Case For An Ed Tech Revolution by Daisy Christodoulou.
  16. Silly Verse For Kids by Spike Milligan.
  17. Skyward Inn by Aliya Whiteley.
  18. What Is At Stake Now: My Appeal For Peace And Freedom by Mikhail Gorbachev.
  19. Game Changer by Neal Shusterman.
  20. Silence Is Not An Option: You Can Impact The World For Change by Stuart Lawrence.
  21. This Careless Life by Rachel McIntyre.
  22. The Enduring Kiss: Seven Short Lessons On Love by Massimo Recalcati.
  23. The Daughter Of Time by Josephine Tey.
  24. Genesis: On The Deep Origin Of Societies by Edward O Wilson.
  25. The Outlaws Scarlett & Browne by Jonathan Stroud.
  26. Trampled By Unicorns: Big Tech’s Empathy Problem And How To Fix It by Maëlle Gavet.
  27. The Maker Of Monsters by Lorraine Gregory.
  28. The Black Friend: On Being A Better White Person by Frederick Joseph.
  29. Look Out, Leonard! by Jessie James and Tamara Anegon.
  30. My Daddies by Gareth Peter and Garry Parsons.
  31. Nothing Ever Happens Here by Sarah Hagger-Holt.
  32. High-Impact Tools For Team by Stefano Mastrogiacomo, Alex Osterwalder, Alan Smith and Trish Papadakos.
  33. The Barbizon: The New York Hotel That Set Women Free by Paulina Bren.
  34. Poison In Jest by John Dickson Carr.
  35. Murder On The Home Front by Molly Lefebure.
  36. Carter by Ted Lewis.
  37. Essaying The Past: How To Read, Write And Think About History by Jim Cullen.
  38. The Girl Who Speaks Bear by Sophie Anderson.
  39. Up In The Air: Butterflies, Birds And Everything Up Above by Zoë Armstrong and Sara Ugolotti.
  40. The Renegades: Defenders Of The Planet Flames Of Amazonia (Vol 2) by Jeremy Brown, Katy Jakeway, Ellenor Mererid, Libby Reed and David Selby.
  41. Diary Of A Brilliant Kid: Top Secret Guide To Awesomness by Andy Cope, Gavin Oattes and Will Hussey.
  42. Making Wolf by Tade Thompson.
  43. Serving Face: Lessons On Poise And (Dis)grace From The World Of Drag by Felix Le Freak.
  44. Midnight Sun by Jo Nesbo.
  45. Above The Law by Adrian Bleese.
  46. Jaz Santos Vs. The World by Priscilla Mante.
  47. The Little Book Of Results: A Quick Guide To Achieving Big Goals by Jamie Smart.
  48. Small Spaces by Sarah Epstein.
  49. Modern Languages: Why It Matters by Katrin Kohl.
  50. The Passing Playbook by Isaac Fitzsimons.
  51. Augmented Reality by Mark Pesce.
  52. The Crossing by Manjeet Mann.
  53. When We Say Black Lives Matter by Maxine Beneba Clarke.
  54. Nature Needs You! by Liz Gogerly and Sr. Sanchez.
  55. Kitty And The Kidnap Trap by Paula Harrison and Jenny Løvlie.
  56. A Girl Called Justice: The Ghost In The Garden by Elly Griffiths.
  57. The Place For Me: Stories About The Windrush Generation by Black Cultural Archives.
  58. No More Babies! by Madeleine Cook and Erika Meza.
  59. Humans Are Underrated: What High Achievers Know That Brilliant Machines Never Will by Geoff Colvin.
  60. The Liar Of Red Valley by Walter Goodwater.
  61. Slow Rise: A Bread-Making Adventure by Robert Penn.
  62. Kitticorn by Matilda Rose and Tim Budgen.
  63. News 2.0: Journalists, Audiences, And News On Social Media by Ahmed Al-Rawi.
  64. Tiger Warrior: Attack Of The Dragon King by M. Chan.
  65. Back On Track by Matthew Burton.
  66. An Emotion Of Great Delight by Tahereh Mafi.
  67. The Worries: Jaz And The New Baby by Jion Sheibani.
  68. The Class Ceiling: Why It Pays To Be Privileged by Sam Friedman and Daniel Laurison.
  69. Black Brother, Black Brother by Jewell Parker Rhodes.
  70. Seven Lives From Mass Observation by James Hinton.
  71. Now You See by Max Manning.
  72. Novacene: The Coming Age Of Hyperintelligence by James Lovelock and Bryan Appleyard.
  73. Kitty And The Starlight Song by Paula Harrison and Jenny Løvlie.
  74. You Will Be Okay by Julie Stokes and Laurène Boglio.
  75. Blackout by Dhonielle Clayton, Tiffany D. Jackson, Nic Stone, Ashley Woodfolk, Angie Thomas and Nicola Yoon.
  76. Twice As Hard by Opeyemi Sofoluke and Raphael Sofoluke.
  77. The Man Who Died Twice by Richard Osman.
  78. What Is African American Literature? by Margo N. Crawford.
  79. Splinters Of Sunshine by Patrice Lawrence.

If you fancy buying any of these books based on my reviews, then you can do so through Amazon UKAmazon USABookshop.org UK or Waterstone’s.  Please note that I earn commission on any purchases made via these links.

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