I am a little bummed because for some reason there must be a glitch with GoodReads because its not giving me an accurate total so I will update should it correct itself. Anyways, I read 85 books (my goal for the year was 50) which equals to a little over 20,420 pages read in 2019.
The shortest book I read was at 32 pages and it was:
The longest book I read was at 499 pages and it was:
AVERAGE LENGTH 240 pages.
The most popular book on Goodreads was:
This is the third year I have actively used Goodreads to keep track of what I read in the year and also where I got books from (bought/borrowed/gifted/publisher sent). Another thing I started this year was keeping track in Goodreads various bookshelves such as the format of the book (paperback, hardcover, mass market paperback, audiobook, arc or earc/ebook) if the books were a stand-alone or a duology/trilogy or series, the age group of the book (adult, children, middle grade, young adult), blog tour reads, and if it was a debut. This was all personal for me to see what I was actually reading in a year and I have to say its actually nice to see it laid out for you.
My biggest book month was March with 13 books read, then December with 12 books read.
Do you use Goodreads to track your goals? Do you keep track of your reading stats? Do you check your reading stats?