The Best 20 Books of 2020

My favourite reads of 2020

No particular order.

2 comments

  1. What an array of styles and storylines! Thank you for the 2020 list. Sebastian Barry featured prominently.

    I look forward to adding to my pile from your 2021 recommendations. A couple of my favourites – Dark Emu by Bruce Pascoe for its well sourced but little-known Indigenous accomplishments; Eleanor Oliphant is Infinitely Fine- of all the novels from last year that were underpinned by characters and their personal struggles, this, and its ending, has stayed with me the most; as well as about 35 of the 42 I managed to challenge my brain with this year. 😃

    Your list of all you have read is a great reference and I go to it regularly to add to my TBR pile. It steers me away from my more mundane crime and thriller reads – my go to genre when I need to unwind and not have to think too deeply.

    Happy reading 2021. 🎉📚📖

    Thank you for Glance-a-Book. It certainly fills a need and goes beyond other sites in giving an insight in to

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    • Thanks, Travlyn. I have heard a lot about Eleanor Oliphant so I will have to put it on my TBR list. I’m looking forward to another great year of reading – one of the only things unrestricted by COVID! Oh, and by the way, there’s nothing wrong with crime and thrillers.

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