2021 Bookish Stats

Hi all!

The past few years, I’ve shared a whole bunch of statistics of my reading for the year, based on things I thought were interesting. I decided to do it again because it was pretty cool seeing my reading spread out in charts like that, where I could track things more clearly. 

So here we go again!

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Total books read in 2021


Books read each month

My best reading month was February with 28 books read — a book a day! And my worst was April with only 2 books read 😦


Star ratings

As usual, I rated quite a lot of books 5 stars! And that’s because I only read books I’m genuinely interested in.

Here’s all the books I read 5 stars:


Average star rating

4.3 stars


Page count

28,888


Shortest book and longest book read


Genres

Genres that don’t show up on the graph:

  • Contemporary: 5%
  • Magical realism: 2%
  • Thriller: 1%
  • Graphic novels: 4%
  • Nonfiction: 3%

Rereads

9 out of 115


Age groups

Wow, every year I read fewer and fewer YA books!


Format

Very surprised that I read only a measly 12% of physical books!


Author types


Authors I read the most from

  • KJ Charles: 6 books
  • Cat Sebastian: 6 books
  • Alexis Hall: 6 books
  • TJ Klune: 5 books
  • Lyn Gala: 5 books
  • Charlies Adhara: 5 books
  • Rachel Reid: 5 books

Gender of authors

Definitely read a lot more books by male authors than I usually do!


Publication year

Years not showing up on the graph:

  • 1899-1800: 5%
  • 999-900: 0.9%
  • -500: 0.9%
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WHAT ARE YOUR BOOKISH STATS? HOW MANY BOOKS DID YOU READ IN 2021? WHO WAS THE AUTHOR YOU READ THE MOST FROM? LET ME KNOW!

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