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Our 29 Most Anticipated New Reads of Spring 2020!

by  | January 21

As if we needed another reason to look forward to spring, the season promises So. Many. Great. New. Books. It’s an embarrassment of riches, actually, because there’s something for absolutely everyone: feminist crime fiction, white-knuckle thrillers, sassy romances, inspirational memoirs, Gothic mysteries, comedic essays, rage-fueled essays (with recipes!), alternate history, you name it. Even for those of us at Get Lit—who work in publishing and consider every book publishing from January through April to be a “spring” book–it can be hard to keep up with all the new releases, an admittedly good problem to have!

Of course, we all have our favorites, books that we’ve either already read and want to shout about, or that we’re waiting not-so patiently to get our hands on. Below is a roundup of 29 (!!!) of the most anticipated spring 2020 books on our radar, and we hope you’ll also let us know which book(s) are on your list by tagging us on social! #GetLit

Woman on the Edge

Woman on the Edge

by Samantha M. Bailey

Kristin’s Pick: 

Woman on the Edge, Samantha Bailey's debut novel, is a white-knuckle thrill ride from page one. Imagine you're standing on a subway platform, idly awaiting the train, and just as it barrels into the station a perfect stranger addresses you by name, tosses you her CHILD, and jumps. RIGHT?! That's where this story begins. Poor Morgan Kincaid—she was already just trying to make lemonade out of some serious life lemons, and now she’s embroiled in a nightmare that just keeps getting creepier. With every new chapter comes a new twist. How did that woman she'd never met know her name was Morgan? And why did she beg Morgan to take her child, to "keep her safe"? Was she paranoid? Suffering from postpartum psychosis? I was myself a Woman on the Edge (of my seat), devouring this book to get all the answers. Buckle up and enjoy the ride.

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The Ingredients of You and Me

The Ingredients of You and Me

by Nina Bocci

Molly’s Pick #1: 

One book I am really looking forward to reading this spring is the newest in Nina Bocci’s Hopeless Romantics series. Like the first two (On the Corner of Love and Hate and Meet Me on Love Lane), The Ingredients of You and Me takes place in the vibrant, energetic (and, sadly, fictional) small town of Hope Lake, PA. This time the focus is on Parker Adams. After selling her popular New York City bakery, Parker—successful, caring and a bit of a firecracker—decides to visit her best friend Charlotte in Hope Lake and feels invigorated by the town and community. The only complication is being so close to her former flame, the lovable Nick Arthur, who has recently moved on to a new relationship. Knowing Nina Bocci’s work, this is sure to be a sweet, funny, romantic story, and I can’t wait to dig in.

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The Majesties

The Majesties

by Tiffany Tsao

Rakesh’s Pick:

When a book begins with the mass poisoning of a wealthy dynasty, it already has plot points to spare. But what makes Tiffany Tsao’s exquisitely disturbing novel all the more trenchant is its commentary on the complexities of class and the subtle contrasts that occur when two Asian nationalities are interwoven. The relationship between sisters Gwendolyn and Estella is quite unlike anything you’ve read before, and it leads to a finale that is equal parts eye-opening and heart-stopping. Like the butterfly that forms its thematic center, The Majesties is mysterious–and darkly alluring.

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In Five Years

In Five Years

by Rebecca Serle

Courtney’s Pick #1:

I was beyond excited to read In Five Years, and I was not disappointed. It involves a few of my favorite things: New York, a look into the future, and questioning life choices. Dannie Kohan has her life mapped out. From her perfect fiancé to her dream job, she has all the answers. That is, until she goes to bed and wakes up five years later next to a different man and with a different ring on her finger. Spending only an hour in what seems to be a parallel universe, she’s back in bed next to her current fiancé and becomes determined to move past the strange experience. However, four and a half years later, she meets the man from her strange dream, and now she’s questioning everything. Because not only is the day from her dream just six months away, but the circumstances under which she meets this mystery man in real life make her even more confused as to her heart’s future. As this truly unexpected love story unfolds, you will not be able to put the book down until you reach the final page.

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The Roxy Letters

The Roxy Letters

by Mary Pauline Lowry

Courtney’s Pick #2: 

Definitely put The Roxy Letters in your spring TBR pile! Told in letters between a woman and her ex, who is living in her guest room, you will immediately feel like Roxy is one of your best friends: she is slowly becoming fed up both with her job at Whole Foods and her love life. Deciding it’s up to her to make a change, Roxy teams up with her two friends and attempts to save Austin from commercialization, and her own life from never-ending monotony. The letter-format of the novel is so natural, it feels like Roxy is writing to you directly, and you can’t help but want to write her back. (It’s unfortunate that you can’t be pen pals with fictional characters!) Roxy’s comedic story will reinvigorate you this spring, so that you’ll want to make this year the one in which you take back control of your career, relationship, or any other less-than-ideal situation you may find yourself in.

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The Power Notebooks

The Power Notebooks

by Katie Roiphe

Courtney’s Pick #3:

With a new year inevitably comes a desire to take inventory of one’s life and adjust your course to align with your new goals. One of the voices guiding me in this quest is Katie Roiphe and her latest book The Power Notebooks. As the name suggests, Roiphe shares her personal notebook entries—offering up insights of divorce, single motherhood, and being a female writer. She also intertwines these musings with the lives of famous writers such as Sylvia Plath and Simone de Beauvoir. From the first journal entry, you are immersed in Roiphe’s head and can feel the way she must have felt when writing each one. The book as a whole is more informal than most nonfiction I’ve read, and lends itself to creating an intimate connection with the author. As a reader, you’re drawn into Roiphe’s circular thought processes as she grapples with contemporary womanhood, her professional writer self, and the private person she is when she’s all alone in the early morning. You will find yourself relating to this feminist writer’s internal battle and hopefully, at the end, leave with a bit more understanding of your own self too and the world around you.

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Please See Us

Please See Us

by Caitlin Mullen

Anne’s Pick #1:

I’m calling it now: Caitlin Mullen is the feminist voice of crime fiction we need. This author’s atmospheric debut follows grisly Atlantic City murders and gives voices to the lost Jane Does. Please See Us was inspired by true events, and goes beyond true-crime tropes to explore women’s relationships with men of power and wealth. It’s a heart-pounding thriller that follows two young women’s race to find the killer before another woman disappears.

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The Honey-Don't List

The Honey-Don't List

by Christina Lauren

Anne’s Pick #2: 

Is there any better sign that winter is waning than an upcoming new spring romance? If you’ve been tearing through Jasmine Guillory, I highly recommend trying Christina Lauren. This best-friends writing duo behind one of our favorite 2019 reads, The Unhoneymooners, is back in perfect form with The Honey-Don’t List. Follow two young assistants who are desperate to keep their jobs despite the stresses of the work...which includes keeping their bosses’ crumbling marriage together on their media stardom book tour. Think the Netflix movie Set It Up meets HGTV’s Fixer Upper stars Chip and Joanna. Absolute perfection!

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Procrastibaking

Procrastibaking

by Erin Gardner

Holly’s Pick #1:

Bad day? Work stress? Too many chores? Or maybe you’re just plain bored. My ever-indulgent solution to all my problems is baking. When the weight of the world is just a bit too heavy, I say throw all your responsibilities aside and whip out your spatula. That’s why I am so excited for Procrastibaking by pastry chef Erin Gardner, who created ErinBakes.com to share tutorials for making cakes and other desserts. She’ll teach us how to procrastinate with “pride and purpose” through over 100 recipes, each one as sweet as the last. While it may take me days to answer that email or weeks to finally clean up my living room, you can always count on me for a batch of cookies to be ready in the oven with this book.

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These Ghosts Are Family

These Ghosts Are Family

by Maisy Card

Nicole’s Pick: 

My parents are both from the tiny Caribbean island of Grenada, and though Maisy Card’s These Ghosts Are Family is set in Jamaica, I can’t help but get excited to read a story from the West Indies—a place so familiar to me. These Ghosts Are Family revolves around the consequences of Abel Paisley’s decision to fake his own death and assume the identity of his best friend, Stanford Solomon. It tells the multigenerational story of a family dealing with trauma in the midst of tumultuous times in Jamaican and American history over the course of decades. My personal 2020 reading goal is to read more books by people of color, and I can’t wait to read this one on my list.

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Undercover Bromance

Undercover Bromance

by Lyssa Kay Adams

Saimah’s Pick #1: 

After reading The Bromance Book Club, I was happy to find out there was an upcoming sequel following the story of my favorite character, Braden Mack. I was lucky to get an advanced copy and devoured this book in a couple of days. Mack is a swoon-worthy guy who loves to read romance novels because he thinks they make him a love expert. What he doesn’t realize is that an IRL romance can be even better than a story.

Braden is an entrepreneur who owns a nightclub and is trying to launch a new restaurant in Nashville. He is friends with all the big-wigs in the industry. One night while dining at one of Nashville’s hotspots he realizes that his friend’s sister-in-law, Liv Papandreas is delivering the restaurant’s famous signature dessert. But when the encounter leads to Liv inadvertently dropping the dessert on Mack’s date, the restaurant owner is LIVID. When Liv heads to his office to discuss the incident, she catches the owner sexually harassing the restaurant’s young hostess. Liv decides to expose the dirtbag, but she needs a little help taking him down. Mack offers his assistance and recruits the guys from the Bromance Book Club to help. As Liv and Mack spend more time with each other while plotting to take down her former boss, they can’t deny the sparks that fly between them.

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Behind Every Lie

Behind Every Lie

by Christina McDonald

Saimah’s Pick #2: 

I recently finished Christina McDonald’s debut thriller, The Night Olivia Fell and loved it. Now I can’t wait to read this author’s new twisty mystery. Eva Hanson wakes up in the hospital to find out that her mother, Kat, has been murdered. Eva was struck by lightning and can’t remember what happened. But when the police start considering her as a suspect, she knows she has to find out the truth. She heads to London to her mom’s old home to find some answers and discovers that someone doesn’t want her to get too close to the truth.

The story is told in alternating points of view, from Eva and Kat (both present and past). I can’t wait to dive into this one and uncover the mysteries hidden within.

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A Conspiracy of Bones

A Conspiracy of Bones

by Kathy Reichs

Sue’s Pick: 

I’m so excited that Kathy Reichs is soon to  publish Conspiracy of Bones because it’s been a while since I’ve had the pleasure of diving into one of her novels. I’ve been a fan of the Temperance (Tempe to us die-hard groupies) Brennan series since her first book, Deja Dead. You have to love that our Tempe is a beautiful, brainy, and really fearless chick. I’m guessing Conspiracy of Bones will have me glued to the page—and in Tempe heaven—as she works to put a name to a faceless corpse and figure out how it’s related to a cold case involving a missing child.

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To Have and to Hoax

To Have and to Hoax

by Martha Waters

Heather’s Pick #1: 

I’ve been itching to get my hands on Martha Waters’s To Have and to Hoax since I first heard about it, and not only because we happen to share a surname. No, there are several other reasons too, such as that it’s a historical rom-com being compared to the works of Jasmine Guillory and Julia Quinn, both of whom I adore. And then there’s the plot, a second-chance-at-love story about an estranged couple, Lady Violet Grey and Lord James Audley, who married for love but whose pride has kept them from reconciling after a huge falling out four years ago. When Violet receives word that James has suffered a blow to the head in a riding accident, she rushes home to him, only to learn it was a false alarm, which in turn inspires her to feign an illness so that he’ll be concerned about her. Thus begins a scheme to win each other back, and how on earth could I (or you) resist a setup like that?!

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The Upside of Being Down

The Upside of Being Down

by Jen Gotch

Heather’s Pick #2: 

Several members of my family suffer from depression, but until a few years ago, when winter blues hit me hard, I couldn’t truly understand what they experienced. Since then, my eyes have been opened to the mental health struggles so many of us face, and how important it is to talk about them in order to continue erasing the stigma. One person who has been using her platform to do just that is Jen Gotch, the founder and chief creative officer of the lifestyle brand ban.do. In her forthcoming memoir, The Upside of Being Down, Gotch reflects on everything from her childhood—in which her bipolar disorder, generalized anxiety, and ADD were misdiagnosed—to her unexpected career path as an entrepreneur. Can we thrive at work and in our personal lives not despite our struggles, but because of them? Jen Gotch says yes, and I can’t wait to read more of her uplifting message.

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Rage Baking

Rage Baking

by Katherine Alford & Kathy Gunst

Heather’s Pick #3: 

To be honest, I’m not much of a baker. I’m the sort of person who shamelessly serves store-bought cookies at book club because I just didn’t have the time or inclination to make them myself. Rage Baking, though? THAT, I can get behind! This collection of recipes, short essays, and quotes is for women who’ve channeled their frustrations with the current state of our country into both political activism and kitchen creations. Featuring contributions from writer-activists including Rebecca Traister and Cecile Richards, as well as chefs Dorie Greenspan and Preeti Mistry, this is one cookbook I have to have. In other words, the promise of “sugar and sass” may be what has inspired me to pick it up, but I won’t be surprised if I find that one or more of the 50+ recipes make me want to make better use of my oven too.

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Things in Jars

Things in Jars

by Jess Kidd

Heather’s Pick #4: 

A Gothic mystery about a female detective? You have my attention, Things in Jars! Already being praised by author Erika Swyler as “a perfect mix of hilarity, the macabre, and a touch of romance,” the book follows sleuth Bridie Devine in Victorian London as she investigates the kidnapping of a girl rumored to have paranormal abilities. I’ve always enjoyed a good Sherlock Holmes tale, and seeing Knives Out only whet my appetite for brain-twisting plots and quirky characters, so Jess Kidd’s next novel is officially on my To Be Read list this spring.

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The Tenant

The Tenant

by Katrine Engberg

Heather’s Pick #5: 

Ever since seeing The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo at a tiny art house theater in 2009, I’ve had an appetite for a good Scandinavian crime story, which is why I leapt at the chance to read an advanced copy of The Tenant a few months ago. Katrine Engberg’s debut novel, translated from her native Danish, is not only a gripping read, but one that I can already picture on-screen as a movie or TV series as well. Newly assigned Copenhagen police partners Jeppe Kørner and Anette Werner (yep, Korner and Werner) catch a doozy of a first case together: the vicious slaying of a young woman in her first-floor apartment. The twist? Her landlady and upstairs neighbor, aspiring author Esther de Laurenti, has somehow predicted details of the case in her manuscript.....

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A Longer Fall

A Longer Fall

by Charlaine Harris

Heather’s Pick #6: 

I’m fascinated by alternate history, the exploration of how one historical event going a different way would mean we’d be living in a whole different world. Comparing what would and wouldn’t have turned out the same way is half the fun. That’s why I’m looking forward to reading A Longer Fall. The second adventure in Charlaine Harris’s Gunnie Rose series is set in just such a hard-boiled alternate universe, in which FDR has been assassinated before implementing his New Deal and ending the

Great Depression—and, as a result, the United States fractured into different territories. It is in this milieu that hired gun Lizbeth Rose signs on for what she expects will be an in-and-out job. Of course, it doesn’t actually go according to plan, because life rarely does. Instead, the crate Lizbeth is supposed to deliver gets stolen in a bloody holdup. To get it back, she must team up with an old friend and go undercover.….

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Deep State

Deep State

by Chris Hauty

Heather’s Pick #7: 

I’m a news junkie with strong political opinions, so I’m curious to read Deep State, a thriller clearly inspired by our modern-day national issues and partisan divide. Chris Hauty’s debut novel introduces White House intern Hayley Chill, an Army veteran who’s working for the newly inaugurated populist president’s chief of staff. Unfortunately, her boss is soon found dead at home, and Hayley finds evidence to suggest he may have been murdered. What’s more, she begins to suspect there may be a bigger conspiracy at play.

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The Whispers of War

The Whispers of War

by Julia Kelly

Molly’s Pick #2: 

Julia Kelly’s The Whispers of War follows three young women living in London at the cusp of World War II. Best friends since boarding school, Nora, Hazel, and Marie have always declared, “We’ll always be just us three.” They’re fiercely loyal to each other and fiercely independent: Nora as an employee of the Home Office’s Air Raid Precautions Department; Hazel as a top-level matchmaker (defying her husband and mother-in-law’s wish for her to be a homemaker); and Marie as a German ex-pat working at the Royal Imperial University. As the threat of internment camps becomes more of a reality, Marie begins to fear for her safety and freedom. Nora and Hazel do everything in their power to protect her. The Whispers of War is a story about friendship, resilience, and standing up for what’s right in a time when it’s most needed—an ever-relevant lesson.

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The Other People

The Other People

by C. J. Tudor

Sara’s Pick: 

Ah yes, spring is within reach, which means it is time again for spooky reads! Or, if you're like me, just continuing the all-year-round thriller-fest. And who better to kick off with than master of the spine-tingling page-turner C. J. Tudor? In her new book The Other People, we meet Gabe, who has spent three long years traveling up and down the motorway. He is searching for his daughter, who was taken from him on that same road—or so he believes. While everyone else is convinced she is dead, killed in a home invasion while Gabe was away, he can't stop looking for the girl he saw in a car window that same night. But out on the road there are a lot of lost souls, including a mother on the run who knows what really happened that night. Lives crash into each other, and the damage might be more than any of them could have dreamed. If you're looking for a read that will have you glued to every word, staying up well into the night, pick this book up for some supernatural flair!

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Tonight We Bombed the U.S. Capitol

Tonight We Bombed the U.S. Capitol

by William Rosenau

Courtney’s Pick #4: 

True crime has taken over our lives from books to movies to brunch discussions. Often, the tales involve middle-aged white men who went off the rails and caused a bunch of pain and suffering, yet we can’t look away. But then there comes a time when things are changed up a bit, which is why I’m eager to read Tonight We Bombed the U.S. Capitol. This book contains the true story of M19, the first and only domestic terrorist group founded and led by women. That’s right, women. This fact alone has me itching to get my hands on a copy and delve into the minds of these unique, but still scary, individuals. These women planned and executed operations ranging from prison breakouts and armed robberies to a bombing campaign at the U.S. Capitol from 1978 through 1985. William Rosenau is sure to deliver an epic story with the help of original photos, declassified FBI documents, and his background as an intelligence and counterterrorism expert.

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F*ck Your Diet

F*ck Your Diet

by Chloé Hilliard

Courtney’s Pick #5:

With the new year comes new resolutions. With new resolutions comes unrealistic expectations and inevitable guilt when you don’t live up to the ideal in your head. That’s why I find F*ck Your Diet: And Other Things My Thighs Tell Me so refreshing. Comedian Chloé Hilliard tells her story of growing up bigger and taller than her peers, and all the ways she tried to shrink herself, before realizing she was amazing just the way she is. A funny and inspirational story perfect for sticking to your 2020 goals, because by the time you finish the last page, you’re filled with a determination to be yourself, say no to self-harmful advertising, and change your resolution from “lose weight” to “treat my body with love and care.” A must-read for everyone committed to showing themselves more love this year.

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When We Were Vikings

When We Were Vikings

by Andrew David MacDonald

Erin’s Pick:

I first read this book in manuscript form about a year ago, and I still remember exactly where I was when I finished it. I was on the train. I was rushing to get to the end of the book before my stop, and when I turned that last page, I couldn’t help but say softly to myself (as to not get too many weird looks), “Wow.” This book is extraordinary or, some might even say, legendary. The main character, Zelda, is a twenty-one-year-old Viking legends enthusiast who lives with her older brother, Gert. When Gert makes some questionable and possibly dangerous choices—getting caught up with drug dealers— Zelda, who lives with fetal alcohol syndrome, decides to launch her own quest to save her family. With an incredibly distinct voice, lovable yet flawed characters, and so many scenes that will make you laugh and cry, When We Were Vikings needs to be one of your first reads of 2020.

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Follow Me to Ground

Follow Me to Ground

by Sue Rainsford

Holly’s Pick #2:

I have recently grown a new affinity for suspense novels (a shocking turn of events for someone who has never watched a horror movie). With that said, I can’t wait to read Follow Me to Ground by Sue Rainsford. The story is as much a haunted magical surrealist novel as a thriller—which sounds right up my alley. It follows Ada and her father, who each have a rare power to heal illnesses. They’re able to crack open sick people’s damaged bodies or temporarily bury them in dangerous Ground nearby. When Ada falls in love with one of the ill locals, she must come to terms with a decision that will forever change her life. This spellbinding book touches on conventional ideas of womanhood, one starring a bewitching, powerful female heroine. I can’t wait to get my hands on a copy.

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Cartier's Hope

Cartier's Hope

by M. J. Rose

Holly’s Pick #3:

A story about powerful and determined female journalists is exactly what I’ve been missing from my life. In New York, in 1910, when most women reporters were still subjected to the fashion and lifestyle pages, Vera Garland is intent on making her mark. In Cartier’s Hope, she dives into hard-hitting journalism as she investigates the rumors surrounding the world-famous Hope Diamond’s new owner, Pierre Cartier. Determined to find the truth behind the diamond’s curses, Vera ultimately meets the magazine publisher whose blackmailing led to her father’s death (Vera herself is an heiress working in disguise). Cartier’s Hope looks to be an enthralling historical mystery that sophisticatedly explores both ambition and betrayal.

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Marriage on Madison Avenue

Marriage on Madison Avenue

by Lauren Layne

Saimah’s Pick #3: 

Last summer I started reading Lauren Layne’s Central Park Pact series and fell in love with the characters. Marriage on Madison Avenue is the third CPP book and can be read as a stand-alone.  (The central characters are first introduced in Passion on Park Avenue and the second book in the series, Love on Lexington Avenue.)

Audrey Tate and Clarke West have been best friends since they were kids. They’ve attended many events and weddings together as each other’s plus-ones. Audrey has made a career of being an influencer as a Manhattan socialite. One night, Clarke’s family invites an ex-girlfriend (the-one-who-got-away) to dinner and tries to push them back together, but he lies and announces that he is engaged to Audrey.

Audrey plays along with Clarke’s lie, which benefits her as well since some internet trolls have been harassing her. Their fake engagement brings the pair closer together and leads them to share some intimate embraces that are all for the camera and Audrey’s followers. But as they start planning the wedding, Audrey realizes that her feelings may actually be real, and she starts to wonder if the engagement is really a fake.….

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Such a Fun Age

Such a Fun Age

by Kiley Reid

Saimah’s Pick #4: 

Reese Witherspoon’s first book club pick of the year, Such a Fun Age follows a young black woman, named Emira Tucker, who works as a babysitter for the Chamberlains—a privileged white family with two young girls.

One night, while shopping at a high-end supermarket, she is accused by a security guard of kidnapping one of the Chamberlain girls, two-year-old Briar, who is in her charge. A small crowd gathers and a bystander begins filming the altercation. Emira is embarrassed and furious, but she doesn’t want the situation to escalate. Alix Chamberlain, the mother of the girls, is determined to make the situation right, but Emira is wary of her desire to help.

The story explores the dynamics of race and privilege in a setting that crosses both professional and personal lines. I can’t help but now picture Reese Witherspoon cast as the mother...maybe Reese will adapt and star in this story next.

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