Yes this is kind of late. I have a bunch more to post, sorry.
  1. Not That Kind of Girl by Lena Dunham
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    Made me like her even more.
  2. Dungeon Fun by Neil Slorance and Colin Bell
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    If the universe was trying to get me back into comics, this was exactly the way to do it. Female protagonist, Zelda/RPG influences, silly humour. Looking forward to more!
  3. Underground Overground: A Passenger's History of the Tube by Andrew Martin
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    So many interesting facts and stories! If I lived in London I would be a total bore about all this.
  4. A Traveller’s Life by Eric Newby
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    Endlessly interesting and entertaining travel memoir. Someday I will be using this as a template for my own autobiography.
  5. Carry On - Rainbow Rowell
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    The only book this year I read three times and it only came out in October. Rainbow's take on a Harry Potter-esque magickal school was hilarious and adorable and very clever. Simon and Baz forever ❤️❤️❤️