Yes this is kind of late. I have a bunch more to post, sorry.
  1. 5.
    Not That Kind of Girl by Lena Dunham
    Made me like her even more.
  2. 4.
    Dungeon Fun by Neil Slorance and Colin Bell
    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. 3.
    Underground Overground: A Passenger's History of the Tube by Andrew Martin
    So many interesting facts and stories! If I lived in London I would be a total bore about all this.
  4. 2.
    A Traveller’s Life by Eric Newby
    Endlessly interesting and entertaining travel memoir. Someday I will be using this as a template for my own autobiography.
  5. 1.
    Carry On - Rainbow Rowell
    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 ❤️❤️❤️