2022My Most Anticipated Books of 2022

My Most Anticipated Books of 2022


Young Mongo Douglas StewartMonica's love marriage to meNotes on the Execution of Danya Kokfka

My list of my most anticipated books coming soon in 2022 is growing day by day, so here are some of the highlights. All publication dates where they are known apply to the UK only.

To Heaven by Hania Yangihara Released this month and spans an alternative version of New York in 1893, 1993 and 2093. I have not heard only positive reviews so far, even from those who did not get along with her second novel Little Life. I expect him to appear on several morning list prediction lists later this year, along with Young Mongo by Douglas Stewart Which will be released in April, after Scottish writer Roji Bain’s debut novel won the award in 2020.

Love Marriage by Monica Ali It will be released in February (and also serves as a reminder that ‘Brick Lane’ has been on my TBR list for close to a decade …). Haven by Emma Donohu Releases in August and takes place in Ireland in 600 AD when three monks land on the island of Scalig Michael.

In translated literature, The Anomaly by Herve le Tellier A French translation by Adriana Hunter is set to arrive later this month and follows passengers on a doomed flight from Paris to New York. It won the prestigious Prix Goncourt and sounds like an intriguing mix of science fiction and thriller.

The sixth book in the Cormoran Strike series The Black Heart Ink by Robert Galbraith Expected in the fall. Elsewhere in crime fiction, Execution Notes by Danya Kokafka Comes out in February and tells the story of a serial killer sentenced to death and the families of his victims.

Nothing but the secret lawyer of the truthThe crooks Patrick Raden KiffWhen the dust settles Lucy EasthopInterior maker Lindsay Pizzaris

Supposed to arrive in May, Nothing But The Truth by The Secret Barrister He’s a memoir by the secret lawyer’s anonymous writer and fake law and will offer more stories about their career trajectory so far. Illegal killing: Life and death stories from old Bailey Also coming out in May and written by an anonymous judge on six high-profile murder and homicide cases heard in London’s most famous court.

Continuation of the crime, Crooks by Patrick Raden Kiff He collects the journalist’s New Yorker articles and it comes out in June. I am also very interested in reading his previous book ‘The Empire of Pain’ which won the Bailey Gifford Prize for reference last year, and ‘Saying Nothing’ about the troubles in Northern Ireland.

When the Dust Settles By Lucy Easthop Goes out in March and is a memoir from her career as a disaster recovery expert, from the 2004 tsunami to the Grenfall Tower fire to the COVID-19 epidemic. I enjoy reading bibliography books and No one here reads Tolstoy by Mark Hodkinson Which is expected to February deals with being a hungry reader from a working class background in the 70s and 80s.

in September, And finally by Henry Marsh Will show the neurosurgeon and author of “Do No Harm and Admissions” reflects his diagnosis of advanced prostate cancer. Readers can also expect more An Untitled Book by Adam Kay Following the huge success of This is Going to Hurt detailing his experiences as a junior doctor in the NHS.

Although Wellcome’s Book Award remains “suspended” for now, some of its previous shortlisted friends have released new books this year. in March, The Moment by Amy Liptroot Follow her excellent memoir The Outrun with a description of the period she lived in Berlin. in June, The Facemaker By Lindsay Pizzaris Will delve into the history of plastic surgeon Harold Gillis who treated soldiers wounded in World War I.

What books from 2022 do you expect to read?



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