April 2020 TBR

I hope that all of you reading this are keeping safe and well. We are living in interesting times at the moment, my library service has shut for the foreseeable future and renewed all the books that I have out until the 2nd of July. Because of this, I have changed the priority of things around this month and resorted my spreadsheet and have come up with the following TBR. It is pretty long and there is no way that I am going to be able to get through all of them, but these have been sorted into 2020 books first.  I won’t probably read them in this particular order, but it is a plan.

American Dirt by Jeanie Cummins
A Tall History of Sugar by Curdella Forbes
Origins by Lewis Dartnell
Unspeakable by Harriet Shawcross
To The Lake by Kapka Kassabova
The Ice House by Tim Clare
When by Daniel H. Pink
Lotharingia by Simon Winder
Last Days In Old Europe by Richard Bassett
Liquid Gold by Roger Morgan-Grenville
The Stonemason by Andrew Ziminski
Sea People by Christina Thompson
The Way To The Sea by Caroline Crampton
A Good Neighbourhood by Therese Anne Fowler
We’re Living Through The Breakdown by Tatton Spiller
Horizon by Barry Lopez
Marram by Leonie Charlton
The Supernavigators by David Barrie
Awakening by Sam Love
London Made Us by Robert Elms
The Fens by Francis Pryor
A Beginner’s Guide To Japan by Pico Iyer
Pie Fidelity by Pete Brown
The Bells of Old Tokyo by Anna Sherman
A Hat Full of Sky by Terry Pratchett
Holding Unfailing by Edward Ragg
Vickery’s Folk Flora by Roy Vickery
Lands Of Lost Borders by Kate Harris
Hollow Places by Christopher Hadley
The Many Lives of Carbon by Dag Olav Hessen, Tr. Kerri Pierce
The Saddest Pleasure: A Journey on Two Rivers by Moritz Thomsen
The Book of Puka-Puka by Robert Dean Frisbie
The House of Islam by Ed Husain
Blue Mind by Wallace J. Nichols
When the Rivers Run Dry by Fred Pearce
The Glass Woman by Caroline Lea
Sunfall by Jim Al-Khalili
One Way by S.J. Morden

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4 Comments

  1. Liz Dexter

    A great set of books, none of which I have on my lists! Hope you get enjoyment and comfort from them.

    • Paul

      Thanks Liz. I might be able to send a couple on if you’re interested in them

      • Liz Dexter

        Ooh, don’t go to the germ-filled post office! At least not yet! I’ll see what your reviews are like and add to the wish list …

        • Paul

          Ok. They have sensible precautions at our local post office. Some are library books, and I think they will want those back…

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