My year in book, 2022 StoryGraph Statistics

I finished reading 103 books, across 19,979 pages and 338.83 hours. Goodreads claims that I read 29,918 pages. Which might or might not fit, if you convert the hours into pages. 🤷‍♀️

First book:

Cursed by Benedict Jacka


Last book:

To Be Taught, If Fortunate by Becky Chambers

To Be Taught, If Fortunate

I explored new worlds, went to dark places, and got wrapped up in intrigue.

Longest book with 915 pages:

The Mad Ship by Robin Hobb

The Mad Ship by Robin Hobb

The average length of the books I read was 275 pages and it took me around 10 days to finish each book.

I explored the works of 55 new authors, including James A. Moore, Molly Harper, and Ryan North.

Alien: Sea of Sorrows by James A. Moore

71 of the books I read were part of a series.

Nerilka's Story & The Coelura by Anne McCaffrey

I revisited a total of 2 books, decided not to finish 15 of the books picked up, read 77 books from my own shelves.

Compared to 2021

Number of books: Decreased by 21%

Number of pages: Decreased by 26%

Number of hours: Increased by 31%

The discrepancy of pages and hours in the last graph: I think here Storygraph only counted the finished books. The overall figure at the top also counts the DNFs. Anyway, so much for the statistics…


5 thoughts on “My year in book, 2022 StoryGraph Statistics

  1. Nice to see your year in review! I love the various stats that The StoryGraph includes in their wrap-ups. I also noticed that the Goodreads page total was way off, and that threw me until I remembered that I’m tracking minutes listened on StoryGraph.

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    1. Yes, the goodreads stats are not as good as the ones from StoryGraph. I‘ve been debating to get a SG subscription, just so they won‘t be bought and messed up by Amazon either…


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