Offbeat’s Top Books

Here they are, Offbeat’s favourite reads from 2020! Would you like to see your top picks posted this time next year? Then join the club! Here’s how. 

The Lost Man by Jane Harper

I’m going through all her books! They are quite interesting. You get a great feel of how remote the locations are in this book.


Rule of Three by Eric Walters

I’ve enjoyed all the books in this series with my daughter. It’s been such a great experience with lots of bonding.


In A Sunburned Country by Bill Bryson

Since travel is off-limits, travel books have been great.


The Lost City of the Monkey God by Douglas J. Preston

I heard about this book from one of the Offbeat member’s top picks from last year. Loved it!


The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo

I got wrapped up in this story and could not put it down. Scenes of a fading starlett were done very well.


American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins

Just a fabulous read. Sounds like people either love or hate it, but I loved it.


The Stationery Shop by Marjan Kamil

Didn’t do as much reading I normally do but this move was a very memorable read.


Untamed by Glendon Doyle

Just loved it. Simply put.


The Water Cure by Sophie Mackintosh

Desperately needed to talk to people about it this book after reading it. 


Aria by Nazanine Hozar

I got this book as a gift from the book club and absolutely loved it.

The Trip to Echo Springs by Olivia Laing

Part memoir, part travelogue, this is just and an honest and artfully written book on the connection between alcohol and the relationships of some of literature’s memorable names.

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