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Georgia, Pfizer, 100 Notable Books: Your Friday Evening Briefing

10. And finally, make room on your bookshelf.

At the beginning of each year, The Times Book Review editors start the process of selecting, debating and then winnowing down their favorite books. They have a desk full of readers who weigh in. They take a ballot vote that often goes to a runoff, which it did this year. And by the end of November, the list is complete.

These are The Book Review’s 100 most notable books of 2020, many of which reflect the year’s biggest themes. “Racial justice, immigration, ideological divisions, identity and economic disparities permeate both the fiction and nonfiction sides of our list,” Pamela Paul, the Book Review editor, told The Morning.

On Monday, the Book Review will release the year’s 10 best books. Watch the announcement here.

Have an engrossing weekend.

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