CULTURE: My 2020 Book List
Hello dears! How are you? After a tough selection, here’s (finally) this year’s book list, I hope you like it!
By Andrea Ochoa
First of all, thank you all for your book recommendations for 2020. 2019 was a great year: we accomplish the goal of reading a book a month. This year will not be the exception.
I must say that it was difficult to choose only 12 books of all the options there are. Although I previously had a list of books that I wanted to read, I chose each month according to my mood.
This time I decided to consciously choose, among the authors I like, the recommendations of all of you, foreign authors and novels that relate to current affairs: ecology, migration, religion, etc.
Each month I will share my opinion about each one of them.
So, I hope you this list and above all, that it inspire you to read more this year!
2020 Book List by Andrea Ochoa
1. JANUARY: Your consumption can change the world by Brenda Chávez (Spain)
2. FEBRUARY: Littel Women by Louisa May Alcott (USA)
3. MARCH: Anna Karenina by Leon Tolstoy (Russia)
4. APRIL: 1Q84 by Haruki Murakami (Japan)
5. MAY: The battles in the desert by José Emilio Pacheco (Mexico)
6. JUNE: The rabbit island by Elvira Navarro (Spain)
7. JULY: Sound Desert by Valeria Luiselli (Mexico)
8. AUGUST: The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald (USA)
9. SEPTEMBER: The Auschwitz dancer by Edith Eger (Slovakia)
10. OCTOBER: Open Veins of Latin America by Eduardo Galeano (Uruguay)
11. NOVEMBER: The gravedigger’s daughter by Joyce Carol (USA)
12. DECEMBER: Tragic Christmas by Agatha Christie (United Kingdom)