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TOP TEN MOST ANTICIPATED RELEASES OF 2022

As we are seconds away from closing the door on 2021 (which was officially Also The Worst), we got to thinking about all the books set to release next year that we know of (which, admittedly, only really spans the January to June-ish portion of 2022, as usual). But there are so many! And so many still yet to be announced that we will also be excited for. However..

As usual, we are challenging ourselves to narrow down an anticipated list of only ten titles. Yes. Ten. Yes, we know, that’s not even one title per month. It’s a horrible exercise. Let’s begin!


Hollis’ Top Ten Anticipated Releases of 2022 (in order of publication) :
aka the year with very few covers yet released

The Long Game by Rachel Reid | April 26, 2022
Book Lovers by Emily Henry | May 3, 2022
Mad About You by Mhairi McFarlane | May 3, 2022
Ruby Fever by Ilona Andrews | August 26, 2022
Pack of Lies by Charlie Adhara | August 30, 2022
Nona the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir | September 13, 2022
The Golden Enclaves by Naomi Novik | September 27, 2022
Untitled (Skybriar, book one) by Talia Hibbert | Fall 2022 (date TBA)
Untitled (Iron Widow, book two) by Xiran Jay Zhao | Fall 2022 (date TBA)
In the Lives of Puppets by T.J. Klune | 2022 (date TBA)


Micky’s Top Ten (showing we are sometimes similar) Anticipated Releases of 2022 (in order of publication) .


Pandora by Susan Stokes-Chapman | January 27, 2022
The Girl Who Fell Beneath The Sea by Axie Oh | February 22, 2022
When Our Worlds Collided by Danielle Jawando | March 31, 2022
Elektra by Jennifer Saint | April 28, 2022
Book of Night by Holly Black | May 3, 2022
Book Lovers by Emily Henry | May 3, 2022
The Blood Traitor (The Gilded Cage #3) by Lynette Noni | June 14, 2022
Ruby Fever by Ilona Andrews | August 26, 2022
The Golden Enclaves (The Scholomance #3) by Naomi Novil | September 27, 2022
Untitled (Iron Widow #2) by Xiran Jay Zhao | Autumn 2022 (date TBA)



We’d love to know what you want to read next year. It is so hard to narrow it down, we know.