2020 Winter Reads

With plenty of cold, crisp days ahead of us, dark evenings, and more time at home, we all need some good reads for our reading lists. Here’s a selection of recent releases that we think are great to snuggle down with this winter. 

 

 

The Invisible Life of Addie La Rue - V.E. Schwab 
A girl nobody can remember, and a waltz through time, this fantasy story will keep you gripped to the very end. 
Girl, Woman, Other - Bernardine Evastio
The winner of the 2019 Booker Prize, Girl, Woman, Other takes you on a journey through Britain getting to know a series of women who are all interconnected. 
Piranesi - Susanna Clarke
A fantastical journey through the mind of Piranesi, this novel will grip and enchant you and is the perfect story for a cold day curled up on the sofa. 
The Animals at Lockwood Manor - Jane Healey 
Set during the second world war when a museum evacuates to a country house, discover Lockwood Manor and all its secrets.

 

Queenie - Candice Carty-Williams 
Take a trip into Queenie’s mind with this joyful and funny coming of age story. 
A Theatre for Dreamers - Polly Samson 
If you’re missing warmth and sunshine then a summer trip to the Greek island of Hydra might be just what you need!
 
The Morning Gift - Eva Ibbotson 
Repackaged for 2020, Eva Ibbotson’s classic cosy stories of love set during the 30s and 40s will transport you to another place.
The Foundling - Stacey Halls 
A captivating tale about motherhood and loss, this historical tale of a child given up will keep you gripped. 

 

 

Rootbound - Alice Vincent 
A nonfiction account of how nature and plants can change your life, weaving personal account and history together. 
The Glittering Hour - Iona Grey 
Cast yourself back to a world of parties and decadence, will this tale of secrets. 
Daisy Jones & The Six - Taylor Jenkins Reid 
Throw yourself into the world of Daisy Jones, a story told through interviews, you’ll believe that Daisy and the Six really existed!