The Best-Selling Books of 2020

If you thought 2020 was only bad , think again . A lot of good things happened too. People started a great connection with books during quarantine. Here you can flex and name a couple titles from the best-selling books of 2020.

‘The Girl with the Louding Voice’ – Abi Daré

Adunni is a teenager growing up in Nigeria with a goal to get an education, despite the challenges she faces. If you’re feeling down , this story will inspire you to chase after your dreams.

‘In Five Years’-Rebecca Serle

Dannie’s wakes up five years in the future and her life is interrupted. Now she’s engaged to a new man and lives in a new apartment. After just one hour in the future, she wakes up again in the present day.

‘American Dirt’ – Jeanine Cummins

Cummins tells the story of a Mexican woman and her son during their journey to cross the U.S. border. This book kicked off a national conversation about who is allowed to tell what stories, and privilege and white-washing within the publishing world. 

‘A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder’ – Holly Jackson

After a popular high school senior is murdered by her boyfriend, the small town is hunted by tragedies for years. Five years later, one resident still doesn’t believe the boyfriend was the murderer and sets out to find the truth.

‘Midnight Sun’ – Stephanie Meyer

This is for Twilight fans. Stephenie Meyer is back with a tale told from Edward’s point of view. Reading this will most likely, make you view all the characters in the Twilight-verse differently. 

‘The Glass Hotel’- Emily St. John Mandel

A massive Ponzi scheme collapses and a mysterious woman disappears from a ship at sea. Are these strange events connected? You’ll have to read this page-turner to find out. 

‘The Guest List’ – Lucy Foley

There’s one thing no couple wants: A dead guest at their wedding. Lucy Foley’s murder mystery will give you nightmares, but all those sleepless nights will be worth it once you get to the end.

‘Lady in the Lake’- Laura Lippman

Travel back to 1960s Baltimore for a modern psychological-meets-classic noir story about a woman who pursues a forgotten murder.

‘Forgiving What You Can’t Forget’ – Lysa Terkeurst

This self-help book aims to help you stop stressing over the things you can’t change. 

‘The Return’ – Nicholas Sparks

This one follows an injured Navy doctor, who moves back to North Carolina and falls for a mysterious local deputy sheriff. His story becomes even more complicated when he meets a teenage girl who may shed light on his past.