2022 Books I Read

Hey there! This is a master list of the books I have read this year, along with their rating and dates read. 😊

Goal: 80 books

  1. Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie ~ January 4-20 ~ Reread (F.A.O. Schwarz edition)
  2. Woven in Moonlight by Isabel Ibañez ~ January 7-24 ~ 5 stars (Library book)
  3. This Is Our Story by Ashley Elston ~ January 24-28 ~ 4 stars (Audiobook)
  4. American Royals by Katharine McGee ~ January 1-February 5 ~ 4 stars
  5. The Silver Chair by C.S. Lewis ~ January 21-February 12 ~ Reread
  6. These Shallow Graves by Jennifer Donnelly ~ February 7-12 ~ 4.5 stars (Audiobook)
  7. Field Guide to the North American Teenager by Ben Philippe ~ February 15 ~ DNF’d @15% (Audiobook)
  8. The Amersham Rubies by Rhys Bowen ~ February 17 ~ 3 stars (ebook)
  9. Genuine Fraud by E. Lockhart ~ February 19 ~ DNF’d @49% (Audiobook)
  10. The Traitor’s Kiss by Erin Beaty ~ January 17-February 21 ~ 4 stars (Library book)
  11. The Action Bible adapted by David C. Cook (illustrated by Sergio Cariello) ~ January 4-March 9
  12. Stand on the Sky by Erin Bow ~ February 18-March 9 ~ 4.5 stars (Library book)
  13. Pirates: True Tales of Notorious Buccaneers by Henry Gilbert ~ March 6-13 ~ DNF’d @20%
  14. How I Became Free From Sin by Ock Soo Park ~ March 12-19 ~ DNF’d @38%
  15. Captain William Lubber’s Pirateology Handbook ~ March 19-22 ~ 4 stars
  16. A Prayer Unanswered by Kellyn Roth ~ February 21-March 26 ~ 4.5 stars (ebook/beta read)
  17. All Four Stars by Tara Dairman ~ March 11-30 ~ 3 stars (Library book)
  18. Death on the Nile by Agatha Christie ~ March 27-31 ~ 4.5 stars (Audiobook)
  19. Saint Anything by Sarah Dessen ~ March 10-April 11 ~ 4.5 stars (Library book)
  20. Love, Life, and the List by Kasie West ~ April 16-22 ~ 4 stars (Audiobook)
  21. The Horse and His Boy by C.S. Lewis ~ March 14-April 22 ~ Reread
  22. A Night to Remember by Walter Lord ~ April 11-24 ~ 3 stars
  23. Anne of Green Gables Graphic Novel by Mariah Marsden and Brenna Thummler ~ April 26-27 ~ 3 stars (Library book)
  24. Dear Haiti, Love Alaine by Maika and Maritza Moulite ~ April 29-May 2 ~ DNF’d @42% (Audiobook)
  25. In the Afterlight by Alexandra Bracken ~ February 16-May 9 ~ 4 stars
  26. Bitterblue by Kristin Cashore ~ May 6-21 ~ 4 stars (Library book + audio)
  1. Set on an island: Peter Pan
  2. Features unusual or unexpected pets: Woven in Moonlight
  3. Involves murder, a mystery or both: This Is Our Story
  4. Set in the season you read it in: American Royals
  5. Chapters have names: The Silver Chair
  6. Forgotten on your shelf: These Shallow Graves
  7. A novella: The Amersham Rubies
  8. Protagonist has a job that twists the truth: Traitor’s Kiss
  9. Over 500 pages: The Action Bible
  10. Written by an author that’s new to you: Stand on the Sky
  11. Reading for research/reference/general interest: Captain William Lubber’s Pirateology Handbook
  12. About food: All Four Stars
  13. Features your favorite trope (found family): Saint Anything
  14. Alliteration title: Love, Life, and the List
  15. A favorite animal on the cover: The Horse and His Boy
  16. A non-fiction: A Night to Remember
  17. A graphic novel: Anne of Green Gables
  18. A character in disguise: Bitterblue
The 52 Book Club's 2022 Reading Challenge
  1. A book that sparks joy: Peter Pan
  2. Recommended by a favorite author (Nadine Brandes): Woven in Moonlight
  3. An unlikely detective: This Is Our Story
  4. A wealthy character: American Royals (Alternate universe contemporary)
  5. Related to gold: The Silver Chair
  6. Redo a prompt with a different genre than you read before: These Shallow Graves (Wealthy character-historical mystery)
  7. Author has X, Y, or Z in their name: The Amersham Rubies
  8. Jane Austen-inspired: The Traitor’s Kiss
  9. Author’s photo on back cover: The Action Bible
  10. Set in a rural area: Stand On the Sky
  11. Job title in the title: Captain William Lubber’s Pirateology Handbook
  12. Published in 2022: A Prayer Unanswered
  13. Involves a second chance: All Four Stars
  14. From the villain’s perspective: Death on the Nile
  15. Picked based on it’s spine: Saint Anything
  16. Involves the art world: Love, Life, and the List
  17. A five-syllable title: The Horse and His Boy
  18. A non-fiction best seller: A Night to Remember
  19. Characters with superhuman abilities: In the Afterlight
  20. Features a library or bookstore: Bitterblue

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