The Best Books We Read in 2020
The Best Books We Read in 2020

The Juggernaut team brings you our favorite reads of the year.

(The Juggernaut)

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If you've been looking for book recommendations, look no further. During quarantine, The Juggernaut team has had a lot of time to catch up on our reading. We've briefly reviewed some of our favorite books this year — both fiction and non-fiction — to tickle your fancies across politics, culture, business, history, romance, and more.


Fiction

The Death of Vivek Oji by Akwaeke Emezi

(Penguin Random House)

(Penguin Random House)

One afternoon, in a town in southeastern Nigeria, a mother opens her front door to find her son’s corpse at her feet. How—and why—did Vivek Oji die? In this gorgeous meditation on gender fluidity—told in a series of flashbacks, with occasional interjections from beyond the grave—Akwaeke Emezi cleverly turns the question on its head to ask: how did Vivek Oji live? And did the failure to truly be seen lead to his death? — Alizeh

The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett

(Penguin Random House)

(Penguin Random House)

I’m not sure I can say anything about this book that hasn’t already been said. Barack Obama named it among

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