Your Quarters Worth

Questing For 100

Your Quarter’s Worth Recommended Reading For 2021

2020 is almost in the booksPhew! What a whirlwind it’s been.

Through all the compromises, masks, and Donald Trump this year has brought us there have been pockets of blessing for those wiling to notice them.

People are spending less time at work, and commuting to and from it, and more time with their families. The elderly and less tech-savvy among us are leveling up their video chat capabilities. Many are getting reacquainted with with their favorite pastimes and hobbies as well.

I’ve been doing of reading a ton of books this year. It’s been incredible. So far I’ve read 83, and I still have two weeks left to log a few more. . .

I wanted to share some of the best titles I’ve read, so when you see them and say I’ve been meaning to read that, you can add them to your own reading list for 2021.

Here it is, Your Quarter’s Worth Recommended Reading For 2021:


Percy Jackson & The Olympians

by Rick Riordan

Locke & Key

Written by Joe Hill/Illustrated by Gabriel Rodriguez

Esarhaddon, And Other Tales

by Leo Tolstoy

Spider-Man Reign

Written and Illustrated by Kaare Andrews

The Chronicles Of Prydain

by Lloyd Alexander

Stargazing

by Jen Wang

All The Pretty Horses

by Cormac McCarthy

Berzerk (Deluxe Editions)

by Kentaro Miura

True Grit

by Charles Portis

White Bird

by R.J. Palacio

The Eyes Of The Dragon

by Stephen King

Amulet

by Kazu Kibuishi

Anansi Boys

by Neil Gaiman

Uncanny X-Force

Written by Rick Remender/Various Illustrators

I Am Not A Number

Written by Jenny Kay Dupuis and Kathy Kacer/Illustrated by Gillian Newland

The Plague

by Albert Camus

Absolute Sandman And Absolute Death

Written by Neil Gaiman/Various Illustrators

The Gunslinger

by Stephen King

5 Worlds

by Marc Siegel Et Al.


Many of you may have read some of these. A few of you have read many. All the above books improved my life in an otherwise difficult year. Each are incredible and worth seeking out.

I’ll be attempting to cram another seventeen more books in before the year ends to hit my benchmark of 100. Will it happen? Maybe, maybe not, but I’ve got no school and some extra time off, so we’ll see.

Thanks for checking out this week’s Your Quarter’s Worth. Happy Holidays. Stay reading. . .and as always, stay geeky.

Written by John Andreula.

John’s sparingly on Instagram: JohnAndreulaWritesStuff

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