Sunday, November 27, 2022

BW48: Best Books of 2022

Happy Sunday! It's that time of year when we are all thinking about next year's reading plans and  making our lists and all the best of the best 2022 book lists are popping up.   According to the Chinese zodiac 2023 is going to be the Year of the Rabbit, which is great for me since we all know how much I get lost following rabbit trails and jumping down rabbit holes on the internet.  

I'm resisting the urge to buy at the moment, adding books that sound interesting or intriguing to my wish list, and will  revisit them later, rather than impulse buy.  My kindle is full of books that I look at and wonder what was I thinking.  But then again, I have a broad assortment to choose from, whatever my mood. I'll read them in the end, eventually.  Let's explore: 

Readers Digest Best Time Travel Books That Will Transport You to Another Time and Place and 30 Best Fantasy Books of All Times.  Lots of rabbit holes to fall into with links to historical fiction, romance, young adults books, and more. Will be coming back to this one over and over again. 

Bill Gates 5 of my all time favorite books.  Mendeleyev's Dream is on my wishlist and I should probably consider rereading Heinlein's Stranger in a Strange Land since it keeps popping up for me.  Synchronicity!

Powell's Best Fiction Books of 2022 - the staff's descriptions alone will make you want to read every book on the list.  

Financial Times Best Fiction of 2022 - An eclectic list of  fiction 

NPR's massive list of Books We Love  - You'll be dipping in and out of this one for days. 

Time's 100 Must Read Books of 2022 - Great for the cover art alone. 

BookPage Best Non Fiction Books of 2022 - A wide range of non fiction that are intriguing. 

Our A to Z and Back Again letter and word of the Week are E and Explore. 



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