As you can see below, it was a big list of books for me in 2014. My goal was to read one book a week. I smashed through that goal and ended up with 75 books read for the year. There were a few great ones, most were good, but there were a few duds.
Best Book I read this year
Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel
It’s hard to describe what you should expect about this novel. The writing is great and the story links between people around the time a global pandemic disrupts society. The main protagonists are a Hollywood actor performing in a Toronto play and a traveling band of Shakespearean actors and musicians performing at human settlement along he shores of Lake Michigan.
GoodReads versus LibraryThing
I’m still tracking my books in two parallel systems. Library Thing has a superior platform for cataloging books. GoodReads has a better platform for interacting with other readers, sharing reviews, and sharing booklists. That’s the way I use them.
Now I’m looking for reading suggestions for 2015. Do you have recommendations?
Have you joined GoodReads?