Barack Obama lists his favorite books of 2020

In a year that saw many traditions upended, former President Barack Obama is keeping up with one annual custom: sharing his favorite books of the year.

The former President, in a Twitter post Thursday, highlighted 17 títulos — including Isabel Wilkerson’sCaste,” Brit Bennett’sThe Vanishing Halfand C Pam Zhang’sHow Much of These Hills is Gold.
But noticeably absent from the list was his own memoirA Promised Landwhich was released last month.
I’ll start by sharing my favorite books this year, deliberately omitting what I think is a pretty good bookA Promised Landby a certain 44th president,” Obama joked. “I hope you enjoy reading these as much as I did.
    Check out Obama’s full list of favorite books below:
    Homeland Elegiesby Ayad Akhtar
    “Jack” by Marilynne Robinson
    Casteby Isabel Wilkerson
    The Splendid and the Vileby Erik Larson
    Lusterby Raven Leilani
    How Much of These Hills is Goldby C Pam Zhang
    Long Bright Riverby Liz Moore
    Memorial Driveby Natasha Trethewey
    Twilight of Democracyby Anne Applebaum
    Deacon King Kongby James McBride
    The Undocumented Americansby Karla Cornejo Villavicencio
    The Vanishing Halfby Brit Bennett
    The Glass Hotelby Emily St. John Mandel
    Hidden Valley Roadby Robert Kolker
    The Ministry for the Futureby Kim Stanley Robinson
      Sharks in the Time of Saviorsby Kawai Strong Washburn
      Missionariesby Phil Klay




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