2021 book list

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Compared to 2020, I slowly regained my reading habit again. One notable book is Camus’ The Plague that I didn’t finish in 2020, but picked it up again. Nothing really stood out for me, but I would recommend the starred ones.


Cancer ward | Alexander Solzhenitsyn
The medusa and the snail : more notes of a biology watcher | Lewis Thomas
Gulp : adventures on the alimentary canal | Mary Roach
Lament for a Son | Nicholas Wolterstorff ⭑
The Long Walk: The True Story Of A Trek To Freedom | Slavomir Rawicz
Curiosity | Alberto Manguel
Vagabonds | Hao Jingfang
Among others | Jo Walton
Marriage: 6 Gospel Commitments Every Couple Needs to Make | Paul Tripp ⭑
The Plague | Albert Camus ⭑
The Ministry for the Future | Kim Stanley Robinson
Invisible Planets: Contemporary Chinese Science Fiction in Translation | Edited and translated by Ken Liu
The Art of Forgiving | Lewis Smedes ⭑
Letters to Malcolm: Chiefly on Prayer | CS Lewis
Alternative Careers in Science | Editor(s): Christopher Avery & Brian J. Walker
A Voice in the Wind | Francine Rivers
The Sacred Search: What If It’s Not about Who You Marry, But Why? | Gary Thomas ⭑
Why We Swim | Bonnie Tsui
Hands-on Scikit-Learn for Machine Learning Applications | David Paper
Please Look After Mom | Shin Kyung-sook
The City We Became | NK Jemisin

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