Thursday, December 31, 2015

2015 End of the Year Survey

The Annual End of Year Book Survey was created by Jamie @ The Perpetual Page Turner

Number of Books I have read:

Before I answer this I have to explain that the number of books I read for myself is less than the number of books listed as read for the year on Goodreads because I counted in quite a few children's picture books that I read to my daughter. I wouldn't bother adding picture books but I've started working my way through the '1001 Books To Read Before You Grow Up' list.
Goodreads total as of December 27, 2015

Total number of books I read for myself:
Number of re-reads:
0 that weren't picture books
Genre I read the most from:

1. Best book I read in 2015

It's a tie!

2. A book I was excited about and thought I would love but didn't.

3. The most surprising book I read.

4. The book I recommended most.

5. Best series I started in 2015

Best sequel I read.

Best series ender.

6. Favorite new author I discovered in 2015.
Leigh Bardugo

7. Best book from a genre I don't typically read.

8. Most action packed/unputdownable/thrilling book I read.

9. A book I read in 2015 that I am most likely to re-read next year.

10. Favorite cover.

11. Most memorable character.
Dorothy Gale

12. Most beautifully written book.
I'm really not sure. None stood out as 'beautiful' to me.

13. Most thought-provoking / life changing book.
Again, I'm not sure.

14. Book you can't believe I waited until 2015 to read.
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
The Jungle Book
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

15. Favorite passage/ quote.
Hmm. None that I can remember.

16. Shortest & longest books I read.

17. Book that shocked me the most.

18. OTP of the year.

Kaz and Inej from Six of Crows.

19. Favorite non romantic relationship.

Fin and Marrill from The Map to Everywhere.

20. Favorite book from an author I have previously read. 


I will continue working on this. Excuses excuses, but my kiddo takes up all my time! Happy New Year! 

1 comment:

  1. It's always fun to read these book surveys!! Thanks for sharing!!