The Most anticipated Authors of 2020 and their books:
“Girl, Woman, Other” by Bernardine Evaristo“Girl, Woman, Others” Bernardine Evaristo tells of twelve people, most of whom are black British women who travel the world in different decades. As the plot develops, such different fates of the Movies joy heroes intersect and it turns out that they are all united by a common pain associated with life in a patriarchal society.
“Children of the time” by Adrian TchaikovskyPeople will have to fight for survival – the peak of human development has been passed, the Earth is dying and the survivors will have to move to another planet created by scientists specifically for the case of the apocalypse. True, no one is waiting for them there – over the years of inactivity, their own, by no means friendly, life was born here.
“We are the weather” by Jonathan Safran Foer
The American novelist decided to escape from fiction and wrote a book on global warming, literally translated from English as “We are the weather.” According to Foer, the gradual transformation of the planet into a farm for growing food, coupled with a negligent attitude to the environment, has every chance of ending in a real catastrophe for all of humanity. In “We are the weather”, the writer discusses the true causes of global warming and tries to find the most favorable outcome from this situation.
The One by John Marrs
One of the largest research centers in the world made an incredible discovery: by the DNA of each person, he can choose the perfect partner. The new system, proposed by scientists, will combine the fate of lovers without undue delay in the form of dates and courtship. It would seem that it could be better: every inhabitant of the planet now has every chance to become absolutely happy. But, as you know, each ingenious invention has its own consequences: the test results led to the breakdown of countless relationships and refuted the traditional ideas of dating, romance and love.
“History of Judaism” by Martin Goodman
Judaism, one of the oldest religions in the world, has retained its identity despite the flixtor fact that in the course of its more than three-thousand-year history it combined the most diverse forms and beliefs. The “History of Judaism” for the first time within the framework of one work gives a comprehensive panorama of the origin of this great religion, its evolution from one era to another, the interconnections of various directions, sects and traditions within its framework.
Goodman’s story goes global: from the Middle East, Europe and America to North Africa, China and India. The author describes in detail the institutions and ideas that underlie all forms of Judaism, and masterfully weaves together the strings of dogmatic and philosophical disputes that stretch across the entire history of this religion.