In the midst of all the craziness and confusion that was 2020, I believe I read more books than any other year in my life. While I read more pages per year during my time in seminary, most of those books were 300+ pages each (some over 1000 pages), so the actual count of books those years was lower.
In no particular order, here goes.
I read the whole Bible in about 100 days using the YouVersion Bible app's 90-day reading plan
Jesus the Spirit Baptizer: Christology in Light of Pentecost by Frank Macchia.
The Origin, Development, and Future of Assemblies of God Eschatology, PhD dissertation by Daniel Isgrigg
Bearing God's Name: Why Sinai Still Matters by Carmen Imes
The Liturgy of Politics: Spiritual Formation for the Sake of Our Neighbor by Kaitlyn Schiess
Carpe Diem Redeemed: Seizing the Day, Discerning the Times by Os Guinness
Uncorinthian Leadership: Thematic Reflections on 1 Corinthians by David Starling
So Great a Salvation: Soteriology in the Majority World collection of essays edited by Gene Green , Stephen Pardue, and Khiok-Khng Yeo
A Church Called Tov: Forming a Goodness Culture That Resists Abuses of Power and Promotes Healing by Scot McKnight and Laura Barringer
The Mosaic of Atonement: An Integrated Approach to Christ's Work by Joshua McNall
"Here Are Your Gods": Faithful Discipleship in Idolatrous Times by Christopher J. H. Wright
Jesus the Great Philosopher: Rediscovering the Wisdom Needed for the Good Life by Jonathan Pennington (I read all but the final chapter in 2020. I was going out of town for a few days, and rather than take a book I knew I would finish the first day, I took a new one with me, and finished this book the first day back home in 2021.)
And I've probably missed a book or two, not to mention the journal articles and blog articles I have also digested.