I’m waiting for… 2022 edition

Proving that I don’t actually care about my never-really-shrinking-TBR-list is this list of new releases that are on my radar for 2022.

From authors I’ve read (and loved) before:

To Paradise by Hanya Yanagihara
Young Mungo by Douglas Stuart
Rogues by Patrick Radden Keefe
Cult Classic by Sloane Crosley
Tracy Flick Can’t Win by Tom Perrotta
Darkness as a Bride by John Irving
Lapvona by Ottessa Moshfegh
Ghost Lover by Lisa Taddeo
Escape From Children’s Hospital by Jonathan Safran Foer
Marshmallow by Victoria Hannan
The House of Fortune by Jessie Burton

For the superb covers alone…

The Pink Hotel by Liska Jacobs
Trust by Hernan Diaz
The Swimmers by Julie Otsuka
Checkout 19 by Claire-Louise Bennett
Very Cold People by Sarah Manguso

For something light (and funny/ thrilling):

Girls They Write Songs About by Carlene Bauer
Fiona and Jane by Jean Chen Ho
Vladimir by Julia May Jonas
None of This is Serious by Catherine Prasifka
The Glass House by Brooke Dunnell

Nonfiction/ Memoir:

The Power of Regret by Daniel H. Pink
The Nineties by Chuck Klosterman
Left on Tenth by Delia Ephron
Admissions by Kendra James
The Man Who Could Move Clouds by Rojas Contreras
The Red of My Blood by Clover Stroud
Lost and Found by Kathryn Schulz
In Love by Amy Bloom

Not my usual thing but I’m curious:

The School for Good Mothers by Jessamine Chan
Let’s Not Do That Again by Grant Ginder

What’s on your radar?

14 responses

  1. Pingback: Some of My Most Anticipated Releases of 2022 | Bookish Beck

  2. Do you think we’ll finally, actually get the new John Irving novel?!

    I hadn’t heard about the Jonathan Safran Foer (Goodreads has a 2014 release date??) or Carlene Bauer, so thanks for those!

  3. I’m really interested in Young Mungo.

    I tried To Paradise, but only made it through the first 2 sections. The first was marvelous, but the 2nd became a slog and then the 3rd lost me.

  4. Might want to update the title of the John Irving book, so you know which one to ask for: DARKNESS AS A BRIDE is now THE LAST CHAIRLIFT, out Oct. 18th

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