Here’s some of the year’s best books according to the Goodreads Book Choice Awards 2022.
Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow – by Gabrielle Zevin
It’s a new kind of love story into the world with her universally admired novel about life, love, fame and failure and videogame design. It’s a heart warming tale of human connection, creativity as two children who meet in a hospital go on to pursue their dreams and identities through the production of videogames.
House of Sky and Breath – Sarah J. Maas
Bryce and Hunt dragged into a rebel movement they do not want to be a part of. But they find themselves pitted against the terrifying Asteri and they must avoid at all costs. They learn more about the rebel cause and they face a choice they can stay silent while others are oppressed, or they can fight.
Book lovers – Emily Henry
Nora’s life is books she knows she isn’t the plucky heroine or the laid back dream girl and especially not the sweetheart the only people Nora is a heroine for is her clients and her beloved little sister Libby. It’s about two bibliophiles who discover that they have more in common than just their love of books.
Hidden Pictures – Jason Rekulak
Mallory is a former addict dead set on turning her life around for good. So, she takes up a nanny job for a sweet kid in the suburbs. The whole family seems great. But then the child’s teddy starts drawing unusual pictures that keep turning darker and darker.
BEST MYSTERY THRILLER
The Maid – Nita Prose
It is about a young mother who escapes an abusive relationship and is struggling to provide for her daughter but gets a job cleaning houses. It’s also on Netflix as a series, called Maid.
BEST GRAPHIC NOVEL:
Heartstopper (volume four) – Alice Osman
Nick’s been feeling the same, but he’s got a lot on his mind not least coming out to his dad and the fact that Charlie might have an eating disorder. As summer turns to autumn and a new school year begins Charlie and nick are about to learn a lot about what love means.