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Six 2020 Releases I Meant to Read in 2020 | #TopTenTuesday 273

Now that we are almost down wrapping up 2020 it is good to look back to see what I had meant to read in 2020 but didn’t get to. It is always interesting to see what you meant to read and then got sidetracked by everything else. This is of course a prompt by Top Ten Tuesday (as always hosted by That Artsy Reader).

I decided that I am focusing this list on the 2020 releases I meant to read and then didn’t because 2020 was just THAT year. But I own these all so I expect to read them this year.

Seven Deadly Shadows by Courtney Alameda and Valynne E. Maetani

Stormsong (The Kingston Cycle 2) by C.L. Polk

The City We Became (The Great Cities 1) by N.K. Jemisin

Cinderella Is Dead by Kalynn Bayron

The Book of Dragons. Edited by Jonathan Strahan

The Tower of Nero (Trials of Apollo 5) by Rick Riordan

15 thoughts on “Six 2020 Releases I Meant to Read in 2020 | #TopTenTuesday 273

  1. OH MY GOSH, ANNEMIEKE, I ALSO FORGOT THE BOOK OF DRAGONS. Welp. Now I feel like a horrible mother dragon overlord. I haven’t even earned my title. *hangs head in shame* I reeeeally need to go back and read that at the beginning of this year now.

    I also really want to read Stormsong, but I’m thinking I should probably go back and read Witchmark first. 😉

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  2. I read Seven Deadly Shadows last year and enjoyed it, it was a fun adventure, so hope you’ll enjoy it too when you get to it! Cinderella Is Dead is still on my TBR as well. Good luck with all of these 🙂

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