This Bookshelf: 2020 Books
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2020 Books
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Skipped in 2019
2019 Bookshelf
2019 Bookshelf
Links to All Books from 1999
through 2019 Authors A-G
All Books Authors A through
G
All Books Authors A through
G
Links to All Books from 1999
through 2019 Authors H-M
All Books Authors H
through M
All Books Authors H
through M
Links to All Books from 1999
through 2019 Authors N-Z
All Books Authors N through
Z
All Books Authors N through
Z
Book of Books: An ebook of
books read, reviewed or
skipped from 1999 through
2019
Book of Books
This web page lists all books reviewed by Steve Hopkins at http://bkrev.blogspot.com during 2019 as well as books pending (The Shelf
of Possibility) or relegated to the Shelf of Reproach or the Shelf of Ennui. You can click on the title of a book or on the picture of any
jacket cover to jump to amazon.com where you can purchase a copy of any book on this shelf.
Key to Ratings:
*****
I love it
****
I like it
***
It’s OK
**
I don’t like it
*
I hate it
Title (Click on Link
to purchase at
amazon.com)
Author(s)
Blog
Date
Comments
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Picture to
Purchase at
amazon.com
Never Ask Me
Abbott, Jeff
Release Date: 7/14/20
Out of
Mesopotamia
Abdoh, Salar
Release Date: 9/1/20
Our Time Is Now:
Power, Purpose,
and the Fight for a
Fair America
Abrams, Stacey
Release Date: 6/9/20
Bleeding Out: The
Devastating
Consequences of
Urban Violence--
and a Bold New
Plan for Peace in
the Streets
Abt, Thomas
Shelf of Ennui 2020.
Places and Names:
On War,
Revolution, and
Returning
Ackerman, Elliot
Shelf of Ennui 2020.
Red Dress in Black
and White
Ackerman, Elliot
Release Date: 5/26/20
The Heap
Adams, Sean
7/15/20
Recovery. Sean Adams’ debut novel titled,
The Heap, pulls readers into an examination
of what we build, what collapses, and what it
takes to restore what is important. Los
Verticalés was a 500-story residential
building in the desert that has collapsed.
Protagonist Orville Anders works on a dig
site where he is looking for his brother,
Bernard, who survived the collapse and
broadcasts a radio show from the rubble
called the Heap. Adams explores what life in
Los Verticalés was like before the collapse,
and what was different for those on the outer