Books I read in 2020

This year, as college and the era of required reading ended, I decided to start being more mindful of my casual reading habits.

I have been writing short reviews of most of the books I read, linked in-line with the book entry.

Between 2016 and 2019, I aimed to read 36 books per year. You can find my reading list here, and here for 2021.

Over the years a lot of people have asked me how I find books to read, how to get (re)started with reading, and gain momentum. I made a post covering my thought process.

I am also trying to slowly read my way around the world and reduce the dominance of books set in U.S., U.K., and India in my reading list. Here is where I stand right now.

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  1. The Great Smog of India, Siddharth Singh


  1. Homegoing, Yaa Gyasi (Review)

In progress / on the reading list

  1. The Old Drift, Namwali Serpell