My TBR 2020

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These are the books I am hoping to read in 2020! It may be a slightly ambitious amount, but we’ll soon see…

Fiction

  • Never Let Me Go, Kazuo Ishiguro (has been on my reading list for an eternity)
  • Lolita, Vladimir Nabokov
  • Wolf Hall #1, Hillary Mantel
  • The Girl in the Spider’s Web, #4, David Lagercantz
  • Northanger Abbey, Jane Austen
  • Supermarket, Bobby Hall
  • Machines Like Me, Ian McEwan
  • Nutshell, Ian McEwan
  • Scoop, Evelyn Waugh
  • On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous, Ocean Vuong
  • Winter, Ali Smith
  • The Little Friend, Donna Tartt
  • The Man Who Saw Everything, Deborah Levy
  • Once Upon a River, Diane Setterfield
  • The Wynch Elm, Tana French
  • Pinball, 1973, Haruki Murakami
  • The Testaments, Margaret Atwood
  • The Graduate, Charles Webb
  • The Lido, Libby Page
  • An American Marriage, Tayari Jones

Non-fiction

  • War Doctor, David Nott
  • Airhead, Emily Maitlis
  • The Ministry of Truth, Dorian Lynskey
  • Fully Connected: Surviving and Thriving in an Age of Overload, Julia Hobsbawn
  • Why I Write, George Orwell
  • How Will Capitalism End? Essays on a failing system, Wolfgang Streeck
  • Speak for Britain!: A New History of the Labour Party, Martin Pugh
  • Chavs: the Demonization of the Working Class, Owen Jones
  • Lonesome Traveler, Jack Kerouac
  • What Women Want: Fun, Freedom and an End to Feminism, Ella Whelan

Note –

This is merely an aim/form of guidance for me, not necessarily something I will be strictly following. You can see what I am reading in real-time on my Goodreads account 🙂

As always, recommendations for books for me to read or review are always welcome!

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