Update: Ars staffers are still off enjoying the last bits of winter break, with many likely enjoying some extra time for gaming or catching up on various TV series. But if your preferred downtime instead involves a good book, we're resurfacing this look at some of the top titles on our To Be Read list for 2020. This story originally ran on November 15, 2019, and it appears unchanged below.
As "best of 2019" lists flood in, we're looking toward the future—the literary future, to be precise. After another solid year of reading in 2019, we're excited for new releases to come in the early months of 2020. Below are some of our most anticipated reads that you can get your hands on within the first three months of 2020.
Hugo-award-winner N.K. Jemisin will be releasing the first novel in a new series in March, while German author-songwriter Marc-Uwe Kling has a satirical novel about our addiction to convenience coming out in English for the first time. We know setting New Year's resolutions can be hard, but we think you'll want to put all five of these upcoming releases at the top of your TBR list.
Source: Ars Technica