In today’s blog, we have curated for you a list of books released in 2020 that are reminiscent of great classics.
This is a book is short stories that are feminist retellings of traditional Japanese ghost stories. From magic trees to shapeshifting women
Borrowing her titular character’s name from the great classic writer Jane Austen, Hornby weaves a story and a female protagonist exactly like Austen would.
This is a Korean reimagination of the revered Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy. Except, it adds to it more entertainment, more gossip and more drama.
Jenner’s tribute to Jane Austen is a wonderful book set right after the Second World War in Chawton. Chawton was Austen’s last home and decades after her death, it is decadent.
This book is set during the beginning of the German blitz of England, when the two young princesses took off to Windsor Castle and to safety.
Set in Regency England of 1818, this novel follows the recently heartbroken Julia as she enters her cousin’s home and meets Isaac, the younger brother of the mine owner.
Set in Cornwall in 1891, this introduction to the trilogy tells the story of Edith and Benedict’s troubled marriage.
This is a retelling of the insanely popular Pride and Prejudice from the perspective of the forgotten Bennett sister Mary.
Set in the Victorian era, this novel brings to life the story of Iseult Wince. She’s a Plain Jane with a superstition that her mother lives in a scar on her neck.