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Must-Read Books for 2021

Whether you stick to the classics or are someone who enjoys searching out the latest titles to hit the shelves, it does seem that there are a few specific books each year begging to be read. Here are a few titles you won’t want to miss in 2021.

Cleanness

Garth Greenwell’s debut novel What Belongs to You tantalized readers with an exploration of desire that shined a light on how being foreign can skew ones obligations. This follow-up title takes place in Sofia, Bulgaria, following an American teacher as they navigate a life that is transformed by love. This is an in-depth examination of how humans form connections and has been declared “an instant classic” by The New York Times Book Review.

Uncanny Valley: A Memoir

A New York Times Bestseller, this memoir by Anna Wiener takes readers from the absolute lowest point in her life as she left the publishing industry to her highest highs as she pursued work within a burgeoning digital economy. This is a coming-of-age-story that deftly showcases the often unseen side of startup culture in Silicon Valley. An industry on the verge of a massive change, readers get an inside look at the people directly at the center of it all.

Lady in Waiting: My Extraordinary Life in the Shadow of the Crown

An international bestseller, Anne Glenconner’s autobiography showcases royal secrets straight from the royal circle. Lady-in-waiting to Princess Margaret, Glenconner was given a front row seat to some of the most momentous happenings in royal history. Offering a true definition of what living in a golden cage is like, this novel deftly combines extraordinary drama and tragedy, delivering it all with remarkable candidness and wit.

The Glass Hotel: A Novel

Another title gracing a New York Times list, this novel by Emily St. John Mandel was placed firmly onto the list of “20 Books We’re Watching For in 2020.” An author who has proven their ability to weave together an enrapturing story, St. John Mandel takes readers down the rabbit hole as she connects a massive Ponzi scheme collapse with the disappearance of a woman while on voyage at sea. Celebrated for its unexpected beauty as it takes readers from luxury hotels to life in federal prison, The Glass Hotel perfectly rounds out this list as another great book you won’t want to miss in 2020.

                                                       
                                    Books Not To Miss In 2020
                                
                            Whether you stick to the classics or are someone who enjoys searching out the latest titles to hit the shelves, it does seem that there are a few specific books each year begging to be read. Here are a few titles you won't want to miss in 2020.

<h2> <a href="https://www.amazon.com/dp/0374124582">Cleanness</a> </h2>

Garth Greenwell's debut novel <i>What Belongs to You</i> tantalized readers with an exploration of desire that shined a light on how being foreign can skew ones obligations. This follow-up title takes place in Sofia, Bulgaria, following an American teacher as they navigate a life that is transformed by love. This is an in-depth examination of how humans form connections and has been declared "an instant classic" by <i>The New York Times Book Review.</i>

<h2> <a href="https://www.amazon.com/dp/0374278016">Uncanny Valley: A Memoir</a> </h2>

A New York Times Bestseller, this memoir by Anna Wiener takes readers from the absolute lowest point in her life as she left the publishing industry to her highest highs as she pursued work within a burgeoning digital economy. This is a coming-of-age-story that deftly showcases the often unseen side of startup culture in Silicon Valley. An industry on the verge of a massive change, readers get an inside look at the people directly at the center of it all.

<h2> <a href="https://www.amazon.com/dp/0306846365">Lady in Waiting: My Extraordinary Life in the Shadow of the Crown</a> </h2>

An international bestseller, Anne Glenconner's autobiography showcases royal secrets straight from the royal circle. Lady-in-waiting to Princess Margaret, Glenconner was given a front row seat to some of the most momentous happenings in royal history. Offering a true definition of what living in a golden cage is like, this novel deftly combines extraordinary drama and tragedy, delivering it all with remarkable candidness and wit.

<h2> <a href="https://www.amazon.com/dp/0525521143">The Glass Hotel: A Novel</a> </h2>

Another title gracing a New York Times list, this novel by Emily St. John Mandel was placed firmly onto the list of "20 Books We're Watching For in 2020." An author who has proven their ability to weave together an enrapturing story, St. John Mandel takes readers down the rabbit hole as she connects a massive Ponzi scheme collapse with the disappearance of a woman while on voyage at sea. Celebrated for its unexpected beauty as it takes readers from luxury hotels to life in federal prison, <i>The Glass Hotel</i> perfectly rounds out this list as another great book you won't want to miss in 2020.

Books Not To Miss In 2020 Whether you stick to the classics or are someone who enjoys searching out the latest titles to hit the shelves, it does seem that there are a few specific books each year begging to be read. Here are a few titles you won’t want to miss in 2020.

Cleanness

Garth Greenwell’s debut novel What Belongs to You tantalized readers with an exploration of desire that shined a light on how being foreign can skew ones obligations. This follow-up title takes place in Sofia, Bulgaria, following an American teacher as they navigate a life that is transformed by love. This is an in-depth examination of how humans form connections and has been declared “an instant classic” by The New York Times Book Review.

Uncanny Valley: A Memoir

A New York Times Bestseller, this memoir by Anna Wiener takes readers from the absolute lowest point in her life as she left the publishing industry to her highest highs as she pursued work within a burgeoning digital economy. This is a coming-of-age-story that deftly showcases the often unseen side of startup culture in Silicon Valley. An industry on the verge of a massive change, readers get an inside look at the people directly at the center of it all.

Lady in Waiting: My Extraordinary Life in the Shadow of the Crown

An international bestseller, Anne Glenconner’s autobiography showcases royal secrets straight from the royal circle. Lady-in-waiting to Princess Margaret, Glenconner was given a front row seat to some of the most momentous happenings in royal history. Offering a true definition of what living in a golden cage is like, this novel deftly combines extraordinary drama and tragedy, delivering it all with remarkable candidness and wit.

The Glass Hotel: A Novel

Another title gracing a New York Times list, this novel by Emily St. John Mandel was placed firmly onto the list of “20 Books We’re Watching For in 2020.” An author who has proven their ability to weave together an enrapturing story, St. John Mandel takes readers down the rabbit hole as she connects a massive Ponzi scheme collapse with the disappearance of a woman while on voyage at sea. Celebrated for its unexpected beauty as it takes readers from luxury hotels to life in federal prison, The Glass Hotel perfectly rounds out this list as another great book you won’t want to miss in 2020.

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