8 Award Winning Books That You Should Read 

There are many different criterieas for choosing what book you plan to read. Sometimes it is based on genre, author, or a recommendation by a friend. Today, we will be recommending 8 award winning books that you should read. Keep reading to find out what they are! 

8 Award Winning Books That You Should Read 

The hard part about choosing books to read is not knowing if you will like it or not. That is why award winning books are a great option. More likely than not, you will enjoy the book. Critics have a high standard and multiple people often have to agree that this. book deserves the award. You can see the full list below. 

8 Award Winning Books That You Should Read 

Award Winning Books 

All of these books were chosen as winners for the 2020 calender year. You may have seen some of them on end of year lists. I know I did.  

A standout book on this list for me is The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead. It won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, the second time Whitehead’s novel accomplished that achievement. He has become a favorite author over the years and this is one of the books that made me a fan.  

Another novel on this list that I loved was Miracle Creek by Angie Kim. It won the Edgar Award for Best Debut Novel and rightfully so. It is a powerful novel about immigration, parenthood, and betrayal. Kim is a brilliant writer and I can’t wait for her second novel Happiness Falls which hits the shelves in September! 

Conclusion 

These are the 8 award winning books that you should read. The list has books from various genres and debuts from authors. How many of these have you read? Let us know in the comments below! 

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3 thoughts on “8 Award Winning Books That You Should Read 

  1. Lindsay Rangapanaiken says:

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  2. Anonymous says:

    GOODS & EFFECTS by Al Schnupp is an award winner that celebrates kindness, feminism and country life.

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