It’s the most wonderful time of the year! No, not because of any jingle belling or mistletoeing (see UR’s Web Protection Guidelines on best practices for social distancing), but because you finally have time to relax and unwind with a good escapist story that isn’t in a casebook. Just in time for enjoying over winter break, here are several roundups of the best books of 2020:
- New York Times 10 Best Books of 2020
- Curated by NYT’s editorial team
- Book Riot’s Best Books of 2020
- All types of book with a filter for preferred genres
- Vanity Fair’s 15 Best Books of 2020
- Claims to be “voices… capable of guiding us into the uncertain future”
- Time Magazine’s 100 Must-Read Books of 2020
- We suggest law students not take a “must-read” approach to anything outside of required course readings.
Please note these books are not law related and are not part of our collections. You can check the collection at Boatwright Library for general fiction and non-fiction, and we encourage you to make use of your public library, as well! Many public libraries, including the Richmond Public Library system have robust ebook collections perfect for borrowing without leaving home.