Monthly Wrap Up

December 2021 wrap up // what I read in last month of 2021

Hello readers! I hope you had a great start with 2022. But before I post anything with new year and 2021 list posts that I have prepared to post this month I better get done with December Wrap Up. Last month of the year went in trying to complete 100 books goal that you all know I did and that’s why I read more books comparative to previous months of the year. I also have written many drafts with reviews of books I completed, list of series I finished, standalone books and so on… that I will post throughout January. But before that here is what I read in last month of 2021-

Books read – 8
Pages – 2732

5 Star reads ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Rich People Problems

Rich People Problem by Kevin Kwan

I enjoyed buddy reading this with Toni @ readingtonic. This turned out the best book in series and also one of my favorite read of 2021. Check out full review by clicking on title.

Dog Squad by Chris Grabenstein

Dog Squad was fun and adventurous animal fiction that revolved around Fred, an average underdog who learned to be courageous and found his forever home. The story was about bravery, courage, fighting fears, friendship, and family. All dogs were amazing quirky and fun to read. Best part was all the Dog Squad TV show scenes and their life adventure. Review will be up soon.

Like a Love Song by Gabriela Martins

Like a Love Song was lovely and cute YA romance that revolved around Natalie a Brazilian pop-star who had to fake date to better her image but it soon turned into real forever feeling that helped her find herself and reconnect with her culture and family. The story was about embracing roots and culture, dealing with pressure of fame, family, friendship, and love. Best part of the book was Netalie struggle and her development and romance. Review will be up soon.

4.5 Stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐.5

stress-free, cozy read

Christmas at Little Beach Street Bakery (Little Beach Street Bakery #3) by Jenny Colgan

I thought I will pot review of this in December with Christmas season but I couldn’t but I never mind reading or publishing Christmas reads any time of the year and well this was more winter book than Christmas one so it will be alright to publish review in Jan. So, this was last book in Little Beach Street Bakery trilogy and it turned out was such a delightful, stress-free, cozy read. The best part was subplot of Kerensa’s pregnancy and Polly finally learning about her father and life message told through it. Mount Polbearne was, of course, another best thing in book and I also loved seeing the relationships of Kerensa-Reuben and Polly-Huckle facing issues as they prepared to take next step in life.

4 stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐

emotive middle-grade story

The Trouble with Half a Moon by Danette Vigilante

The Trouble with Half a Moon was lovely, touching, and emotive middle-grade story with many layers and a great message. It was perfect for middle grade/teen readers. Check out full review by clicking on title.

The Partition Trilogy

Lahore (The Partition Trilogy, #1) by Manreet Sodhi Someshwar

Lahore interesting first part of The Partition Trilogy. It was thought-provoking, insightful, and emotional historical fiction about partition and how that affected lives of people. Check out full review by clicking on title.

2.5 stars

21 short contemporary stories

Fading Stars : A Short Story Collection by Tanmay Kulkarni

This was a collection of 21 short contemporary stories that covered different themes of love, friendship, memories, heartbreak, loneliness, and mental health issues at its heart. All stories were quick read, some had lovely poems, thoughtful lines, and well-written messages, but sadly this didn’t turn out good for me. Check out full review by clicking on title.

Best book of the month

Rich People Problems

Thank you for reading! Let’s chat…

How was your last month of 2021? Have you read any of these books? What do you plan to read in January?


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Hi, I'm Yesha, an Indian book blogger. Avid and eclectic reader who loves to read with a cup of tea. Not born reader but I don't think I’m going to stop reading books in this life. “You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.”


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