2020 Releases I Still Want to Read

There were so many books released this year that I wanted to get to but it is 2020 and I don’t have to explain why it didn’t happen. Also, mood reader problems! These are books I still want to read at some point in the future.

I have the audiobook of Long Bright River, and I cannot believe I haven’t listened to it yet! I have been recommended it so many times and it seems like it will be the kind of mystery that I am drawn to. Definitely will be a priority in 2021.

The Girl with the Louding Voice has the potential to become a new favourite novel, and that may be why I haven’t pick it up. I sometimes put off books I know I am going to love- I don’t know why!

The Once and Future Witches wasn’t initially on my radar, but it has been receiving rave reviews and I do love a good witchy book. I will probably wait until next fall to read it!

Akemi Dawn Bowman wrote one of my favourite books, Starfish, and I was so excited about Harley in the Sky that I cannot believe I didn’t read it right away.

Erik Larson is one of those authors whose books I have been wanting to read for ages. They are all on my TBR, but I just have never made them a priority. I neglected nonfiction this year, but I am determined to change that in 2021. I have heard so many great things about The Splendid and the Vile!

I have the audiobook for Leave the World Behind, and I am very intrigued by the premise. It has been getting mixed reviews, but it does sounds like something I will enjoy, so we will see!

All of Rachel Lynn Solomon’s books are on my TBR, and I know that she has a couple more releasing in 2021 that I am excited for. I need to read Today Tonight Tomorrow before those ones come out. It looks adorable!

I have said this many times, but Legendborn will be the first book I read in 2021. Cannot wait!

Ashley Woodfolk wrote The Beauty That Remains, which is one of my favourite books. I somehow missed the release of When You Were Everything and forgot about it until I was putting this post together. It flew under the radar, which is a shame. I will read it in 2021 and share all my thoughts!

You Should See Me in a Crown was so beloved this year and I kept meaning to pick it up but just never did. It is a huge priority for 2021, as I know I am going to adore it!

Are there any 2020 books that you still want to read?

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31 thoughts on “2020 Releases I Still Want to Read

  1. For me it has to be The Once and Future Witches and The Invisible Life of Addie La Rue, however I think they will probably end up being 2021 reads! I am probably picking up The Once and Future Witches earlier on in the year, Addie La Rue, I am slightly apprehensive, it might turn out to be one of those overrated best sellers 😐

  2. I just finished Legendborn and it was so good!! I also really want to get to You Should See Me in a Crown! I meant to read it when it came out but life got in the way and I never got to it!!

    This is a great list!

  3. When You Were Everything was fantasic! I still have Legendborn and You Should See Me in a Crown on my TBR from this year too… I don’t know why I didn’t get to either of them but I am hoping to next year.

    Can’t wait to see your thoughts on the witch-y book. I am also always look for witchy stories and somehow missed that one this year!

  4. The Once and Future Witches is incredible, one of the best books I’ve read this year – I absolutely loved it! You Should See Me In A Crown is really good too. Hope you get to all these books soon!

  5. Same, can’t work out why I haven’t read the girl with the louding voice πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™€οΈ really enjoyed leave the world behind πŸ™‚

  6. I hope you get to read and enjoy all of these. I seriously need to read Legendborn soon as it’s quite literally waiting on my shelf πŸ™ˆ and I completely recommend The Once & Future Witches, it was one if my favourite reads of 2020, possibly even my top one which definitely came as a slight surprise. After devouring both of the authors books last year she’s become a new favourite of mine.

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