Top Ten Books On My Summer 2022 To-Read List

June 28: Books On My Summer 2022 To-Read List

Here are ten books (that don’t come under next weeks ‘Most Anticipated Books Releasing In the Second Half of 2022’) that I’m excited to read over July, August and September. Most of these are for yearlong readathon challenges, and then I’ll mood read around them.

Read Christie 2022

Murder in Mesopotamia (June), At Bertram’s Hotel (July), and Destination Unknown (August)

Buzzwordathon 2022

All the Wandering Light (Even the Darkest Stars #2) by Heather Fawcett (‘all’ June, so I can unhaul the physical book but I’ll have to find and read the first book beforehand)

New Ink on Life (Thorn & Thistle #1) by Jennie Davids (‘book related words’ July)

The Turquoise Mask by Phyllis A. Whitney (‘items’ August)

Golden Girls Readathon Yearlong

An Accident of Stars (Manifold Worlds #1) by Foz Meadows (‘LGBTQIA+ author and character’ June)

The Red Palace by June Hur (‘Historical Fiction Not in US’ July)

And two that released recently and I’m just really hoping to get to: Lament at Loon Landing (Secrets and Scrabble #6) by Josh Lanyon, and Juniper & Thorn by Ava Reid.


18 thoughts on “Top Ten Books On My Summer 2022 To-Read List”

  1. Great list of books, Louise! I can’t wait to read The Red Palace and I’m really curious about Juniper & Thorn. I feel like maybe it’ll be a bit too dark for me? But I’d be keen to know what you think if you read it. Happy reading 😍

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  2. What a great tbr! I’ve been wanting to read Agatha Christie novels after watching some of the movies & being more interested in mystery books recently. Best of luck with your list, ooh Louise also a random qs. but I notice you read older fantasy series, are there any you recommend based on some of the books I’ve read or any you think would align with my tastes? I always enjoy reading about the fantasy books you pick up! ❤

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    1. Oh! Tough question! For ‘older’ fantasy recs, my go-to would always be The Goblin Emperor or anything by Terry Pratchett. Most of those books are adult, not YA, but there’s a subseries within Pratchett’s Discworld books that are younger – the Tiffany Aching books. If you’ve not read them, I also recc

      I know you quite like graphic novels too? The Dire Days of Willowweep Manor is recent, but one I really enjoyed!

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