24 comments on “Most Anticipated Releases of 2020

  1. You and Rachel are so ahead of the game with this – I never get round to this sort of post until the year in question has already started! A lot of these are on my TBR already, many of them thanks to Rachel’s post, but I like the sound of New Waves.

  2. I loveee this list. Really looking forward to a lot of those (Yes to anything Ottessa writes, thanks). The Mercies somehow was not entirely on my radar, although I feel like I heard about it somewhere? Sounds fabulous. Thanks for putting this and The Companions on my radar, and I hope you don’t mind if I add them to my upcoming post? I’ll link back to you 🙂

  3. What a fab list! Ugh I’m so torn on The Companions, on the one hand I don’t think the summary sounds like my kind of book and on the other hand ‘Station Eleven meets Never Let Me Go’ – how is that NOT supposed to ensnare me? The Animals at Lockwood Manor sounds so up your alley it’s not even funny. I’ll wait for your thoughts on Thin Girls, that sounds like something I could love or something that could be incredibly uncomfortable to read in not such a fun way. Gay Like Me sounds amazing!

    • Why thank you 💁🏻‍♂️ It seems like 2020 is on track to be a great year for books, so fingers crossed we end up struggling to narrow down our favourites, unlike this year… 🤞🏻

      Right?? I feel like The Companions could really go one way or the other, but comparisons to Never Let Me Go are always going to grab me 👀 And yes, of all the books on this list, The Animals at Lockwood Manor is definitely the most on brand pick.

  4. This is a wonderful list! I hadn’t heard of most of these so thank you for sharing them. I love books that tackle important social issues and these tick so many boxes
    📕MP📖 X

  5. Great post, 2020 is looking like such an exciting reading year already! Several of these are on my TBR already, but some are new to me. I’ve seen The Illness Lesson in a few different places now but somehow the flock of birds in the first sentence of the synopsis kept turning me off- the way you’ve described it though fully caught my attention, so I’m adding that one to my TBR at last! You’ve also convinced me on Thin Girls right off the bat, and there are a few more I want to look into further! Superb list.

  6. Like Laura, I know about some of these through Rachel’s list, but just wanted to say I heard Kate Elizabeth Russell speaking about My Dark Vanessa at a publishers’ showcase evening, and thought she was brilliant. Really looking forward to it when it comes out.

  7. There were some titles I was already interested in but there are so many that I wasn’t even aware of! Thank you for this, my TBR is groaning even as I type this. So many books sound like they are right up my alley!

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