Read in 2020

Black and British: A Forgotten History (David Olusoga) started 21 Nov-31 Dec (audio)
Darkdawn (Jay Kristoff) 24-31 December
Destiny’s Embrace (Beverly Jenkins) 17-12 December
The Book of Lost Things (John Connolly) 16-19 December
One New York Christmas (Mandy Baggot) 8-16 December
To The Lighthouse (Virginia Woolf) 8-13 December
Christmas for Beginners (Carole Matthews) 5-8 December
Christmas at Lilac Cottage (Holly Martin) 2-5 December
Lab Girl (Hope Jahren) 18 Nov-4 Dec
The Strange Case of the Alchemist’s Daughter (Theodora Goss) 18-29 November
I Wanna Be Yours (John Cooper Clarke) 29 Oct-20 Nov (audio)
In Lucia’s Eyes (Arthur Japin) 16-18 November
Violet Bent Backwards Over The Grass (Lana Del Rey) 16 November
The Power (Naomi Alderman) 12-16 November
The Broken Wings (Kahlil Gibran) 12-13 November
Call Me By Your Name (Andre Aciman) 10-12 November
The Forty Rules of Love (Elif Shafak) 4-10 November
Truly, Madly, Greekly (Mandy Baggot) 1-4 November
Good Omens (Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman) 8-31 October
Let Love Rule (Lenny Kravitz) 17-26 October (audio)
China Rich Girlfriend (Kevin Kwan) 10-19 October
The Templars (Dan Jones) 16 Sept-17 Oct (audio)
Jack of Hearts (and Other Parts) (L C Rosen) 6-8 October
The Guest List (Lucy Foley) 1-5 October
Just Kids (Patti Smith) 21 Sept-3 Oct (audio)
Deeplight (Francis Hardinge) 10-30 September
How Music Works (David Byrne) 24 Aug-16 Sept
Mythos (Stephen Fry) 22 Aug – 12 Sep (audio)
For The Love of Hades (Sasha Summers) 6-10 September
I was Born For This (Alice Oseman) 3-5 September
From Scratch (Katrina Jackson) 1-3 September
Broadwater (Jac Shreeves-Lee) 29-31 August
Den of Wolves (Juliet Marillier) 12-29 August
So Sweet (Rebekah Weatherspoon) 20-21 August
Just Around Midnight (Jack Hamilton) 10-20 August (audio)
Damaged Goods (Talia Hibbert) 17-19 August
Feathers (Thor Hanson) 8-15 August
A Scot To Remember (Angeline Fortin) 6-11 August
How To Be An Antiracist (Ibram X Kendi) 30 July-9 Aug (audio)
Nefertiti (Michelle Moran) 5-8 August
Beach Read (Emily Henry) 1-5 August
East, West: stories (Salman Rushdie) 1-2 August
Tower of Thorns (Juliet Marillier)– 27 July-1 Aug
I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings (Maya Angelou) – 15-28 July (audio)
It Only Happens in the Movies (Holly Bourne) – 22-27 July
Het Diner (Herman Koch) – 24-25 July
About A Boy (Nick Hornby) –  22-24 July
Hyperbole and a Half (Allie Brosh) – 21-23 July
The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart (Holly Ringland) – 20-22 July
Submitting to the Rancher (B J Wane) 18-19 July
Queenie (Candice Carty-Williams) – 17-19 July
The One (John Marrs) – 16-17 July
Our Dark Duet (V E Schwab) – 2-16 July
Lines by Leon (Leon Stevens) – 15 July
Uncommon People (David Hepworth) – 6-15 July (audio)
Mo’ Meta Blues (Ahmir ‘Questlove’ Thompson) 26 June – 14 July
Wolf Hall (Hilary Mantel)– 26 June-13 July
A Walk in the Woods (Bill Bryson) – 24 June – 3 July (audio)
The Flatshare (Beth O’Leary) – 29 June – 1 July
Wild Stallion Whispering (Dawn Westcott) – 24 June
The Reclaiming of Ivy Leavold (Sierra Simone) – 26 June
Dear Martin (Nic Stone) – 25 June
Witch’s Jewel (Kater Cheek) – 22-25 June
Among The Boat People (Nhi Manh Chung) 18-23 June
Born To Run (Bruce Springsteen) 22 May-23 June (audio)
English Animals (Laura Kaye) 18-21 June
Wild Beauty (Anna-Marie McLemore) 15-18 June
Drift (Clare Littlemore) 8-14 June
Saving Ruby King (Catherine Adel West) 6-11 June
In the Dark, Soft Earth (Frank Watson) 9-10 June
The Selection (Kiera Cass) 2-5 June
How To Stop Time (Matt Haig) 2-4 June
Cherry Beats (Vicki James) 25 May – 2 June
Meet Me In The Bathroom (Lizzy Goodman) 6-31 May
Heavy Vinyl: Riot on the Radio (Usdin/Vakueva/Flores/Nalty) 29 May
This Savage Song (V E Schwab) 14-24 May
High Fidelity (Nick Hornby) 16-21 May (audio)
Wilding (Isabella Tree) 5 May-25 (audio)
Mix Tape (Jane Sanderson) 10-14 May
On The Come Up (Angie Thomas) 5-10 May
The Promised Neverland, vol 1 (Kaiu Shirai/Posuka Demizu) 5-6 May
Face It (Debbie Harry) 24 April-5 May (audio)
Sweet Thing (Renee Carlino) 28 Apr-4 May
A Memory of Light (Robert Jordan & Brandon Sanderson) 5-30 April
The Return of the Native (Thomas Hardy) 18 Mar-24 Apr (audio)
All The Crooked Saints (Maggie Stiefvater) 20-23 April
Final Girls (Riley Sager) 17-19 April
The Punishment of Ivy Leavold (Sierra Simone) 14-16 March
The Unhoneymooners (Christina Lauren) 11-14 April
The Blood of Flowers (Anita Amirrezvani) 6-10 April
Killman Creek (Rachel Caine) 4-6 April
Esmond in India (Ruth Prawer Jhabvala) 24 Mar-5 Apr
Stillhouse Lake (Rachel Caine) 2-4 April
The Song of the Sirin (Nicholas Kotar) 25-30 March
Life After Life (Kate Atkinson) 15-25 March
A Princess in Theory (Alyssa Cole) 13-20 March
Educated (Tara Westover) 2-17 March (audio)
The Italian Woman (Jean Plaidy) 7-15 March
Sparrow (Mary Cecilia Jackson) 12-14 March
Murder on the Orient Express (Agatha Christie) 4-10 March
The Education of Ivy Leavold (Sierra Simone) 6 March
Rain (Melissa Harrison) 4-6 March
The Awakening of Ivy Leavold (Sierra Simone) 5-6 March
Seeker (Veronica Rossi) 1-5 March
The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and the Horse (Charlie Mackesy) 3 March
The History of Bees (Maja Lunde) 29 Feb – 3 March
The Five (Hallie Rubenhold) started 18 Feb – 2 March (audio)
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (J K Rowling) 16-29 February
Vixen (Rosie Garland) 16-20 February
H Is For Hawk (Helen Macdonald) 6-17 February (audio)
Home Fire (Kamila Shamsie) 13-16 February
Callanish (William Horwood)  10-13 February
The Poet X (Elizabeth Acevedo) 10-12 February
My Sister The Serial Killer (Oyinkan Braithwaite) 9-10 February
Frenchman’s Creek (Daphne du Maurier) 6-9 February
Towers of Midnight (Robert Jordan & Brandon Sanderson) 31 Jan – 7 Feb
The Dress Shop of Dreams (Menna van Praag) 2-6 February
How To Train Your Dragon (Cressida Cowell) 31 Jan – 6 Feb (audio)
On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous (Ocean Vuong) 28-31 January
This Is Going To Hurt (Adam Kay) started 26-30 January (audio)
Epic Solitude (Katherine Keith) 25-28 January
The Gathering Storm (Robert Jordan & Brandon Sanderson) 18 Nov 19 – 25 Jan (audio)
Picnic at Hanging Rock (Joan Lindsay) 21-25 January
Botswana Time (Will Randall) 19-21 January
Tweet Cute (Emma Lord) 16-19 January
Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe (Benjamin Alire Sáenz) 12-16 Jan
Imagine Me Gone (Adam Haslett) 31 Dec – 12 Jan