January 2021 TBR

Another year passes and I have small hopes for this one… Thankfully though there are books. New books and old books that I have yet to read. So without further ado, here is my TBR for the coming month

Finishing Off
Lotharingia – Simon Winder
Time Among the Maya – Ronald Wright
Footnotes – Peter Fiennes
A Tomb With A View – Peter Ross
Invisible Women – Caroline Criado-Perez

Blog Tour
On Borrowed Time – Graeme Hall
Enough – Dr Cassandra Coburn

Review Copies
The Gardens of Mars – John Gimlette
How Britain Ends – Gavin Esler
Thin Places – Kerri ní Dochartaigh
American Dirt – Jeanie Cummins
Rotherweird – Andrew Caldecot
Wyntertide – Andrew Caldecot
Behind the Enigma – John Ferris
The Germans and Europe – Peter Millar
Saving the World – Women – Paola Diana

Library Books
On The Marsh – Simon Barnes
Another Fine Mess – Tim Moore

Challenge Books
Mirrors of the Unseen – Jason Elliot
The Marsh Arabs – Wilfred Theisger
Travels With Myself And Another: Five Journeys From Hell – Martha Gellhorn
In Search of Conrad – Gavin Young
Use of Weapons – Iain M. Banks
Letters – Saul Bellow
Seveneves – Neal Stephenson

The Martian Regress – J.O. Morgan
Postcolonial Love Poem – Natalie Diaz

Science Fiction
One Way – S.J. Morden

There are a few that have been on here before, but I am hoping to up my monthly total to crack through them

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  1. Dorothy ~Jane McLachlan ~ Wortley

    Looking forward to your views/thoughts on INVISIBLE WOMEN, personally it was eye opening and I am looking forward to the follow up piece.

    Also the Martha Gelhorn is one I am curious of… I have several if hers but packed in various bits due to so many books and this year many gift books.

    Happy Reading.

  2. Annabel (AnnaBookBel)

    I have Enough on my pile too – it’s going to be challenging to my carnivorous habits. (I’ll be hosting BanksRead in April by the way, I hope you can join in).

    • Paul

      It looked really good. What is BanksRead?

      • Annabel (AnnaBookBel)

        I’m hosting a week of Iain Banks reading – spotted you had one of his SF books in your list.

    • Paul

      Have now looked up BanksRead on your blog. I should be able to join in that.

  3. kaggsysbookishramblings

    That’s some list! The Gellhorn is absolutely brilliant!

    • Paul

      Probably very ambitious! So I hear. Looking forward to it

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