Another year has gone by and a new year has wandered in. I am sure book lovers around the world have published their wishlists and new year resolutions for 2022 trying to restrict themselves to only a few fabulous books out of thousands of choices.
For people like us there aren’t really enough hours in the year to read all the amazing books we would want to, but here is a list of few books we are hoping to read and write about in 2022 at Team Thinkerviews:
Popular Fiction – Mastaan by Vineet Bajpai
We are amongst thousands of readers who loved the Harappa trilogy by Vineet Bajpai and we want to squeeze his latest thriller Mastaan into our book reviewing queue as soon as we can..
Here are quick links to Vineet’s books we have read/reviewed so far…
- Harappa: Curse of the Blood River by Vineet Bajpai | Book Review
- Pralay: The Great Deluge by Vineet Bajpai | Book Review
- Kashi: Secret of the Black Temple by Vineet Bajpai | Book Review
Young Adventurers – Sally Lockhart series by Philip Pullman
This lovely series re-enacts the adventurous spirit of the eighteenth – nineteenth century exploration of the world by a very young girl who is left to manage her life after losing her family. We enjoy Philip Pullman’s writings and have reviewed many of his books here at Thinkerviews. This year, we are going to add the Sally Lockhart series to our reviews…
His Dark Materials
The Book of Dust Series
Fantasy – The Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan
Exploring the world of fantastic fiction, we are going to read this classic series that allows readers to be lost in this fantastic world where the Wheel weaves and the Wheel wills…. and we’ll also be watching the new Amazon series based on these books and reviewing those…..
Science Fiction – The Foundation and Empire Series by Isaac Assimov
This classic science fiction series needs no introduction. This year, we go back to the early days of science fiction and explore some of the greatest space stories..
Murder Mysteries – Death in the East by Abir Mukherjee
Perveen Mistry Series by Sujata Massey
Sujata Massey’s books featuring the young, female solicitor Perveen Mistry in Mumbai of 1920s are popular with readers of murder mysteries and we like the premise of these books very much. We’ll be reading adventures of Perveen Mistry as she navigates the world of law and intrigue in early twentieth century India.
Glorious Boy by Aimee Liu
An anthropologist’s journey filled with perils of the jungles of Andaman as well as world war II….
This is what we call the temptations. Every month there are a lot of new books crossing our paths and we have our sights set on a few, but we are definitely hoping for a lot more here:-
Are there any other books you suggest us for reading? Feel free to let us know. Also, don’t forget to bookmark this page, are we will keep adding books to the list regularly 🙂