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Top Books Worth Reading in 2022

Top Books Worth Reading in 2022

Books are an amazing way of knowing yourself and other people through art. Needless to say, there are many fans of reading books in the world. Someone is engaged in drawing, someone is engaged in sports, and someone puts bets, for example, on such a wonderful site as But all these people are united by a passion for what they love.

In this article, we will look at a small list of books that you should definitely read next year if you haven’t read them yet.

5. “Fox Hole” – Nora Sakovich

A teenage novel in three parts about competitions in fictional sports and everything related: love, drama, secrets, scandals, unclassifiable suffering, and experiences of young people.

This series is really very popular and its ratings are very good (4.3 out of 5). It is worth considering the success of the series within the framework of adolescent modern literature. This book will plunge you into the first love and experiences of young heroes. The book attracts more young readers than adults, but if you like romance and a twisted plot, it will appeal to you.

4. “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” – J.K. Rowling

The book and the characters we grew up with parallel. Many people really liked these works with magic, an unusual atmosphere, and colorful characters.

Although now, rereading the series, many people prefer the later books, since the first ones feel childish and more naive or something. But this is not a minus at all, it is a question of the age of the reader. A series of books about Harry Potter turned the World of magic upside down. It has also become an integral part of the culture of England and the whole world.

3. “Flowers for Algernon” – Daniel Keyes

A touching and difficult book. How cruel people can be… Especially with those who are weak and not like others. The book is so interesting that it reads very quickly, literally in one day.

The main character Charlie is a boy with very low mental abilities, but at the same time, he is very kind. He is taken into an experiment, where they promise to make him a genius. And we will follow all this from the diary of “Charlie” himself – we will go all the way with him.

2. “Mara and Morok” – Leah Arden

At first glance, the book has a fairly standard teenage fantasy plot, but when you read it, you will be able to discover a lot of new things. The plot and characters of the book are absolutely unique, although they will appeal more to teenagers than to an adult reader. This book has been a work for two years and its second part “breaks all records”.

1. “Anxious People” – Fredrik Buckman

The plot is about a loser robber who was left alone with not the most ordinary hostages. The philosophy and storyline of the book are wonderfully indicative of a new classic in writing. The detective line itself is a bit rustic, but it doesn’t spoil the book much.

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