2021 Wrap-up

This is a LOOSE ranking of every book I finished in 2021.

Some have been accidentally flip-flopped, but overall, the highest rating novels are at the top. I think there’s about a dozen missing or forgotten about so check my reviews page under Cassie Swindon’s blog to read individual reviews. Do you agree with my ratings? What was your favorite book of 2021? What are you most excited to read in 2022?

Fiction:

  1. Serpent and Dove
  2. A Court of Mist and Fury
  3. The Bourbon Thief
  4. A Curse so Dark and Lonely
  5. The Nature of Witches
  6. Lost Apothecary
  7. The Keeper of Night
  8. The Book of Lost Names
  9. Scarlett
  10. Daughter of the Deep
  11. Verity
  12. The Unhoneymooners
  13. Blood & Honey
  14. Gods & Monsters
  15. Ugly Love
  16. Ladies of the Secret Circus
  17. Girl Serpent Thorn
  18. Much Ado About You
  19. Only When it’s Us
  20. The Beautiful
  21. If I Stay
  22. A Heart so Fierce and Broken
  23. The Dating Plan
  24. Gilded Ones
  25. Beach Read
  26. The Love Hypothesis
  27. The Silent Patient
  28. Sister of the Stars
  29. No Offense
  30. The Cruel Prince
  31. The Wicked King
  32. The Queen of Nothing
  33. Scorpio Races
  34. A Court of Thorns and Roses
  35. Cinder
  36. The Ex Hex
  37. Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo
  38. Dark Shores
  39. A Vow so Bold and Deadly
  40. People We Meet on Vacation
  41. The Removed
  42. Star Crossed Sisters of Tuscany
  43. Winter
  44. Stars Above
  45. Children of Virtue and Vengeance
  46. This Time Next Year
  47. Where the Crawdads Sing
  48. A Court of Wings and Ruin
  49. The Soulmate Equation
  50. The Maidens
  51. Cress
  52. Paris is Always a Good Idea
  53. The Midnight Library
  54. Break the Stone
  55. Hunt the Storm
  56. Stop the Clock
  57. The Selection
  58. The Wife Upstairs
  59. The House of the Cerulean Sea
  60. Shatter Me
  61. Destroy Me
  62. Unravel Me
  63. Fracture Me
  64. Ignite Me
  65. Restore Me
  66. Defy Me
  67. Imagine Me
  68. Believe Me
  69. A History of Wild Places
  70. Dark Skies
  71. Fix Her Up
  72. The Darkest Part of the Forest
  73. Spellbreaker
  74. The Perishing
  75. Pride, Prejudice and Other Flavors
  76. Shadow and Bone
  77. Siege and Storm
  78. Ruin and Rising
  79. Seven Days in June
  80. Red Queen
  81. Simmer Down
  82. The Marriage Pact
  83. The Kindest Lie
  84. Arsenic and Adobo
  85. The Water Dancer
  86. These Violent Delights
  87. A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
  88. Beasts of Extraordinary Circumstance
  89. Angelfall
  90. Not a Happy Family
  91. Breaking His Code
  92. Finding His Mark
  93. Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane
  94. Hana Khan Carries On
  95. We Set the Dark on Fire
  96. The Damned
  97. Temptation
  98. Hate
  99. This Close to Okay

Nonfiction

  1. Hero’s Journey
  2. Save the Cat Writes a Novel
  3. Romancing the Beat
  4. Fiction Pacing
  5. Writing Deep Point of View
  6. Writing Vivid Emotions
  7. How to Write that Scene
  8. Writing Vivid Plots
  9. Writing Vivid Settings
  10. Writing About Magic
  11. Techniques of the Selling Writer
  12. Whole Book Marketing

Published by CassieSwindon

Fiction author

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