What will you be reading next year? A roundup of London book fair

A new JRR Tolkien, four Naomi Alderman books and the memoirs of a mole-catcher – a collection of the biggest and most interesting books due to be published in 2019 and 2020

News: Feminist fiction drives big money at London book fair

Every year, after fierce fights between publishers over novels, celebrity memoirs and curveball meditations on nature and life, the dust settles on London book fair and we’re left with a list of titles to look forward to. Here are some of the biggest books coming later this year, and in 2019 and 2020.

The Fall of Gondolin by JRR Tolkien (August 2018)
A “new” novel from the Lord of the Rings author, which has been edited by his son Christopher. The Fall of Gondolin tells the story of Tuor, one of the Noldor elves, who returns to his people’s homeland to attempt to save it from the evil Morgoth.

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