2017 | A Reading Year in Review | Summary and Q&A

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December 29, 2017
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Ariel Bissett
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2017 | A Reading Year in Review

TL;DR

A booktuber reflects on her favorite and least favorite books, authors, genres, and reading moments of 2017.

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Key Insights

  • πŸ’¦ The booktuber had several exciting highlights in 2017, including working with John Green, visiting bookshops and literary locations, and starting her masters in English literature.
  • πŸ“Ÿ She read 28 books in 2017, with the shortest being 54 pages and the longest 496 pages.
  • πŸ“” "We Are OK" by Nina Lacour was her prettiest book of the year.
  • 🫠 Stephen King became her new favorite author after reading "On Writing" and being inspired by him as a writer.
  • πŸ’¦ She discovered a new favorite genre, books about Frida Kahlo, after delving into her biography and related works.
  • 🫠 Her most disappointing read of the year was "The Psychopathy Test" by Jon Ronson, despite having enjoyed his previous book.

Transcript

hello everybody we made it to the end of 2017 and our prize is for me to tell you my favorite and least favorite boy in this video I'm going to be looking back on my reading in 2017 and I'm going to be telling you my new favorite author my prettiest book my new favorite genre my least favorite book and my favorite books of the year before I begin I... Read More

Questions & Answers

Q: What were some of the highlights of the booktuber's 2017?

Some highlights include working with John Green and his team, visiting bookshops and literary locations, like the graveyard where JK Rowling got inspiration for Harry Potter, and starting her masters in English literature.

Q: How many books did the booktuber read in 2017?

The booktuber read 28 books in 2017.

Q: What was the booktuber's prettiest book of the year?

The booktuber's prettiest book of the year was "We Are OK" by Nina Lacour.

Q: Who was the booktuber's favorite author of the year?

The booktuber's favorite author of the year was Stephen King.

Q: What was the booktuber's new favorite genre of the year?

The booktuber's new favorite genre of the year was books about Frida Kahlo.

Q: What was the booktuber's most disappointing read of the year?

The booktuber's most disappointing read of the year was "The Psychopathy Test" by Jon Ronson.

Q: How many favorite books of the year did the booktuber share?

The booktuber shared her top 5 favorite books of the year.

Q: What was the booktuber's favorite book of 2017?

The booktuber's favorite book of 2017 was "What I Talk About When I Talk About Running" by Haruki Murakami.

Summary & Key Takeaways

  • The content is a booktuber's reflection on her highlights of 2017, including working with John Green, visiting bookshops and literary locations, and starting her masters in English literature.

  • She discusses the number of books she read (28), the shortest (54 pages) and longest (496 pages) books she read, and her prettiest book of the year, "We Are OK" by Nina Lacour.

  • She shares her favorite author (Stephen King), new favorite genre (books about Frida Kahlo), most disappointing read ("The Psychopathy Test" by Jon Ronson), and her top 5 favorite books of the year.

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