Book 64 was Andrew Ross Sorkin's Too Big to Fail; inside the battle to save Wall Street about the collapse of the American banking sector and insurance sector in 2008. There were a lot of characters and complicated issues, but it was pretty well done.
Book 65 was another by Witi Ihimaera; The Uncle's Story. This time the protagonist is gay and comes out, to discover that actually there had been an uncle who was also gay but in Maori culture his homosexuality had been denied. The uncle had otherwise been an exemplary Maori, serving in the New Zealand forces in Vietnam, and those parts were well described. In this novel there was a great deal more of Maori culture.
So so far this year I have managed 65 books and 19,028 pages.