Happy Sunday! Finally I decided to accept my fate when it comes to my Goodreads statistics – a disaster. In 2020, my objective was to read and review 100 books. Well, I managed to have reviews up for 39 of them. Yes, I did read more than this, but as I was mentioning in one of my previous articles, if it not official, I am not counting it.
39 books read, with a total of 7,072 pages, according Goodreads is still something. I mean… I could have read way less right?! (no, I am a book reviewer, I need to read more, not less).
My shortest book had 55 pages and my longest 512 – The Raven and The Dove by Kaitlyn Davis (an amazing book, by the way – check out my review here). But wat surprised me was the average book length: 181 pages. I was expecting somewhere in the range of 230? Come on, I read medium size books…
Most popular and least popular books are no surprise. Honestly, I did not like Reble Heir that much and Outer Space and Its Colors is indeed a weird book.
Average rating: 4.3 stars. Let’s see if this year I am as generous (spoiler alert: I have just finished a 1 star book…)
There are currently 7 books marked as “Currently Reading” on my Goodreads page, 6 of which are completed since months and one that I have just started. I am not considering the 6 in this statistics but here are all the other 39:
For 2021 my goal is to read 120 books, which would mean 10 books per month in average. Seams doable. I would also like to improve my average page count and this can also be achieved, since I plan on reading at least 4 books that are more than 500 pages. Stick around to see how this goes 9I know I am curious 😀 )
Until next time, let me know in the comments below what is the longest book you’ve read in 2020 and if you have a number of books planned for 2021.