I love this time of year because people start posting their favorite reads of the year. This year, I surpassed my reading goal and read more than 50 books in a year for the first time ever!
This was a year of mostly fiction. I did read many non-fiction books, but fiction was the star. I also branched out to some new genres that I don’t typically read (fantasy, I’m looking at you).
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My Top 6 Fiction Books in 2022
like a warm blanket. My heart grows a few sizes just thinking about this book.
her writing is like spoken word poetry at times; I was captivated by the artistry of this book
breathtaking and a story I will never forget
It’s got parallel universe vibes, mixed with some sci fi and some mystery. It was delicious.
3 of the 4 of my family were diagnosed this year with neurodiversities – me with ADHD and my husband and youngest daughter are autistic. This book is such a special read for anyone who is “different” in any way.
A really engaging story while learning about the Ojibwe people. It made the top 6 because I couldn’t put this down. I dropped everything I was doing and sat on the couch reading this book.
More 5-Star Reads
Here are the honorable mentions that I also gave 5 stars on goodreads:
- Reconstructing Amelia by Kimberly McCreight
- Apples Never Fall by Liane Moriarty
- One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston
- Sea of Tranquility by Emily St. John Mandel
- Every Day by David Levithan
- Exit by Belinda Bauer
- The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon
What were your favorites this year?
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