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The books I read in 2021

It’s become a tradition of mine to pile up the books I’ve read each year for a once-a-year bookshelf filing binge. Which also means I can handily record in one photograph what I’ve read in the last year.

Here’s what 2021 brought:

Books of 2021

Up in the top left is Brexitland, a book I liked so much I did not just one but two episodes of Never Mind The Bar Chart with its authors.

Hope you’ve had as much fun with your books of the year as I’ve had with mine. If you’re getting any books for yourself, if you used these Amazon, Waterstones or Bookshop.org (supports independent bookshops), it helps cover the costs of this site without costing you anything extra.

Now to get a head start on 2022’s reading…

For old time’s sake, here’s what I read previously…

Books of 2020

No prizes for guessing what topic I’ve been researching this year for a future book…

Photo of books read in 2020

In the pile on the left is the fascinating Confessions of a candidate, which I wrote about on this site.

2 responses to “The books I read in 2021”

  1. I hope ‘A 20-20 Vision’ was in there somewhere.

    Part 5 of my ‘History of the Libs in Hants’ series is all but finished, awaiting Foreword by Chris Rennard. It covers the 1980s when we took control of Eastleigh BC for the first time, with my wife as Leader of the Council. It includes a group photo of all our councillors, amongst whom Keith House does not appear…

    I’d be honoured if you’d review it once it’s out.

    Best,

    Martin

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