Books in 2019

I have seen recently a lot of posts titled “Books of 2019” and I thought that it would be a good tradition to start them on my blog as well. Last year turned out to be busy so I did not read as much as I would have liked to but hopefully, in 2020, I will get better. Below is the list of the books that I read in 2019. It is my goal to review every book that I read on this blog so the books below will be linked to the reviews that I made. I am a few books behind so those will be missing links and I will add them later once I am review them:

  1. “Les Miserables” by Victor Hugo
  2. “Prague Winter” by Madeleine Albright
  3. “Une Vie Merveilleuse” by Laurie Colwin
  4. “The Defining Decade: Why your twenties matter – and how to make the most of them now” by Meg Jay
  5. “Peak: How all of us can achieve extraordinary things” by Anders Ericsson & Robert Pool
  6. “Contagious: Why things catch on” by Jonah Berger
  7. “La mystère Henri Pick” by David Foenkinos
  8. “Becoming” by Michelle Obama
  9. “26 Marathons: What I learned about faith, identity, running, and life from my marathon career” by Meb Keflezighi
  10. “21 lesson for the 21st century” by Yuval Noah Harari

I have highlighted in bold the books that I enjoyed the most. In fact, all of them were good reads. On to 2020, which hopefully will be a more productive reading year!


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