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Books of the Year 2022

This year was an amazing year for books (because isn't it always a great year for books?). But in many ways, YA had its strongest year in some time. YA text after YA text impressed, and it's reflected throughout the list. As always, it pained me to omit some of my favorite books of the year including Carrie Soto is Back , I'm Glad My Mom Died  and In Love , but ultimately, the list needs to show some restraint. So without further ado, these are my top 10 books of the 2022. And if you would like an easy one page downloadable of this list, click here . 1. Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin Maybe it’s the millennial in me, but Zevin has crafted the book of a generation. In the gaming world, a world full of so much isolation, we find kinship and numerous restarts. Gorgeously crafted, Zevin’s novel isn’t just the best book of the year, but one of my favorite books of all time. 2. The Weight of Blood by Tiffany D. Jackson YA novels had one of the strongest ye