If you loved these movies, then you'll love these books just as much!
For all the bookworms who found a new favorite movie in quarantine, this list is for you. Happy reading! Books, fuzzy materials, and soothing tea sold separately.
If you like Enola Holmes, Check Out The Body Under The Piano by Marthe Jocelyn.
For fans of historical heroines and engrossing mysteries, look no further than the first book in the Aggie Morton, Mystery Queen series! This book is more inspired by esteemed mystery writer Agatha Christie than Sherlock Holmes, and it is sure to leave readers of all ages wanting more!
If you like Tenet, Check Out Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonnegut.
If you're looking for more wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey storytelling, look no further than Vonnegut's esteemed novel. Like last year's movie, the book uses time travel as a way to convey a powerful story. It also addresses the intense realities of war, something Christopher Nolan fans will have seen in his previous film Dunkirk.
If you like The Prom, Check Out How (Not) To Ask A Boy To Prom by S.J. Goslee.
Like the popular Netflix musical, this books focuses on a coming of age story, embracing your identity, and lots of glitter. But in this case, it follows a shy gay teen whose older sister sets him up to have the inclusive prom of his dreams.
If you like The Invisible Man, Check Out The Lost Daughter by Elena Ferrante.
Okay, so of course H.G. Wells wrote the book The Invisible Man which the movie modernizes. But if you're looking for something with the same intrigue and plot twists as the 2020 version, then this is the book for you. A divorcee is all set for vacation in the Italian countryside. But once she stumbles across a peculiar family, disturbing memories come flooding back to the surface, and she must finally confront a twisted past.
If you like The King Of Staten Island, Check Out They Both Die At The End by Adam Silvera.
Okay, so the title is a spoiler alert, but also it's impossible not to mention the title! Like the hit summer dramedy, this book captures the anxieties of growing up. It wrestles with how to process death and trauma while having a surprising amount of fun along the way. Be sure to keep a box of tissues handy for this read!
If you like Onward, Check Out Howl's Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones.
This book captures the pure joy and excitement found in high fantasy, as well as timeless life lessons. This book was also adapted into the award-winning Studio Ghibli movie of the same name, so now you get a bonus movie to watch!
If you like The Old Guard, Check Out Stumptown by Greg Rucka and Matthew Southworth.
So The Old Guard is already a graphic novel series, but let's assume you've already checked that out and need your next read. Try this other graphic novel series by the same writer. It features a similar complex female lead and rich world-building. In this case, the story follows a grizzled detective solving the strange and disturbing crimes of Portland, Oregon.
If you like Palm Springs, Check Out The Seven Deaths Of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton.
For fans of time loops, this books just might be the loopiest. The main character of this novel has to solve a house party murder mystery, or else he is doomed to repeat the entire night's events in a totally different body. Seriously, this book is delightfully strange!
If you like Wonder Woman 1984, Check Out Wonder Woman: The Hiketeia by Greg Rucka and J.G. Jones.
Oh hey, it's The Old Guard creator Greg Rucka once again! For fans of this superhero, look no further than this murder mystery graphic novel that brings Wonder Woman and Batman together. Batman is on the trail of a suspected murder, who just so happens to be under Wonder Woman's protection spell! The magic only gets more wild from there. This graphic novel is a brilliant showcase of this powerful character and why her stories have continued for so many decades. Also, seriously, look at this cover. Based solely on the awesomeness of this cover, you should check this out.
Let us know what books from this list you checked out, and tell us about your favorite 2020 movie! Enjoy your reading, and let's get a friendly discussion going in the comments!