End of the Year TBR: 2022 releases and finishing books I put down throughout the year

2022 is almost over (???) and while I still can’t belive it, I thought it was a good excuse to put together a tbr of the books I really want to read in the next few weeks. These books are divided in two categories: books I put down for one reason or another and never picked them back up again, or 2022 releases that I can’t wait to read.


Royal Assassins by Robin Hobb: I was 65% of the way through this and I was really enjoying it, but then Latinx Heritage Month started and I had to pause it. Now I’m ready to jump right back into this story.

The Tower of Swallows by Andrzej Sapkowski: I made it 45% of the way into this and I was enjoying it but maybe not as much as the other books in the series and I’m not sure why, but I still want to finish it and maybe even try to read the final book in the series before the end of the year.

The Burning God by R.F. Kuang: I have put this book in about a million tbrs but I have only read 5% of it, I’m just so scared of reading this because I know it’s going to be devastating.

The Final Girl Support Group by Grady Hendrix: I was reading this but I wasn’t in the mood so I’m


The Bullet that Missed by Richard Osman: I started this series recently and I have been loving it, so I can’t wait to continue reading about elderly people solving mysteries.

Daisy Darker by Alice Feeney: I really enjoy isolated murder mysteries that have elements that are reminiscent of Agatha Christie, so I’m excited to give this book a chance

Dead Silence by S.A. Barnes: The premise of this book sounds so scary to me and I have great things about it, so I’m convinced I’m going to love it.

Two Wrongs Make a Right by Chloe Liese: As a big fan of Liese’s Bergman Brothers series, I’m so excited to give one of her books outside that series a chance, especially since I love fake dating in my romance books.

Astrid Parker Doesn’t Fail by Ashley Herring Blake: I loved the first book in this series of companion novels and I liked Astrid and I think it will be fun to watch her break free in this book. Also, I can’t wait to read about the friend group again.

What books are you looking forward to reading before the end of the year?

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10 thoughts on “End of the Year TBR: 2022 releases and finishing books I put down throughout the year

  1. A solid list! I also like to wrap up any books in progress before the new year starts. Speaking of Rebecca Kuang, I was at one time hoping to get to BABEL by the end of the year. But I don’t think my hold will come in on time and it will take me a few weeks to get through a book that length.

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