Top Ten Tuesday – Most Anticipated Books Releasing In the Second Half of 2022

Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday! Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, this week it is Most Anticipated Books Releasing In the Second Half of 2022. I had to do a bit of research for this one and after a long time of searching I have come up with this list (I have put in date order):

The Retreat by Sarah Pearse 19 July (click for link to Goodreads)

The Accomplice by Steve Cavanagh 21 July (click for link to Goodreads)

Love on the Brain by Ali Hazelwood 23 August (click for link to Goodreads)

The Witch In The Well by Camilla Bruce 6 September (click for link to Goodreads)

The Bullet That Missed by Richard Osman 15 September (click for link to Goodreads)

Partners in Crime by Alisha Rai 18 October (click for link to Goodreads)

Salt and Sugar by Rebecca Carvalho 1 November 2022 (click for link to Goodreads)

Finlay Donovan Knocks ‘Em Dead by Elle Cosimano 10 November 2022 (click for link to Goodreads)

Witcha Gonna Do? by Avery Flynn 6 December (click for link to Goodreads)

To Get to the Other Side by Kelly Ohlert 6 December 2022 (click for link to Goodreads)

What books are on your list?

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90 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday – Most Anticipated Books Releasing In the Second Half of 2022

    1. Emily Jane Post author

      I was taken in by the cover and the title!

      I saw that. They looked cute. I have been trying to find books to read about Paris – fictional ones – so that I can join in your Paris read. I am not sure how much time I will have though as I have 4 Blog Tours this month and a couple next month.

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  1. Anoushka

    hgsadghfsdagfhd all of these look AMAZING!!! excuse me while i go check them out BECAUSE HOW HAVE I NEVER HEARD OF MOST OF THEM BEFORE???? hope you enjoy them though and CANNOT WAIT TO HEAR ALL YOUR THOUGHTS!!

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    1. Emily Jane Post author

      Excellent!! I did have to do some research as I could only think of 3 off the top of my head. Have you not read any Richard Osman?! You will either love him or hate him. I hope to get through most of them as I will try to cut down on Blog Tours – I just get sucked into them though!!!

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  2. dinipandareads

    Great list! Salt and Sugar looks *so* cute and I added that to my TBR recently. I’m also keen on Love on the Brain and Partners in Crime. 😍 I hope you enjoy all these books and happy reading!

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    1. Emily Jane Post author

      Yes she did. I just missed out on the Blog Tour for this book and I was gutted.

      I enjoyed the first one so am looking forward to the second!

      Thank you πŸ™‚

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  3. Abigail

    I have an ARC of To Get To The Other Side and I’ve managed to read until 40% of the book before I put it down. The file is in PDF format which isn’t a convenient format to read on a Kindle. Hopefully, I find the motivation to continue it as it nears the publication date.

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  4. Margaret

    Hope you’ll enjoy these – I nearly included the Cavanagh book on my list too. Sorry, but I’m not a Richard Osman fan, so although I’ve read his first two books I won’t be reading any more.

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    1. Emily Jane Post author

      Thank you. There were some good ones out there!

      Noooo I love his books. I preordered the third one before he had finished writing it πŸ™‚ He seems to be an you either like it or you don’t author.

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  5. Marianne Maurer

    I read Richard Osman’s first book because I just love Richard Osman. I’ll be reading the second one, as well, I’m sure.

    Enjoy all of the books.

    Thanks for visiting my TTT this week.

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    1. Emily Jane Post author

      I do too. I wasn’t sure if I would like his writing, but I love it! After reading the second one I preordered the third…

      Thank you

      That’s ok πŸ™‚

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      1. Marianne Maurer

        Crime novels aren’t usually my cup of tea but his writing is just as great as the guy itself, so I will read his next books once they’re out in paperback.

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      2. Emily Jane Post author

        I love a crime novel so I had high hopes and wasn’t disappointed. He always comes across as nice.

        I asked for them for Christmas πŸ™‚

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      3. Marianne Maurer

        I’m glad that you liked it. As I said, I don’t usually like crime novels, only read this because of the author and liked it anyway. And it’s not the money, I have figromyalgia and can’t hold heavy books even though I love chunky ones. And don’t get me started on audiobooks or e-readers … πŸ˜€

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      4. Emily Jane Post author

        ❀️ I have to say that I do read books on my phone. My toddler gets less stressed seeing me with a phone than a book πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™€οΈ

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      5. Marianne Maurer

        With a toddler in the house, you have to be applauded for reading no matter how. So, no excuse necessary. When my kids were toddlers, there was no other way to read than with an actual book (though audio tapes existed). I still admire you for being able to read on a phone. Must be very hard.

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      6. Emily Jane Post author

        And thinking along those lines I really wanted to read The Cursed Child but it was written as a play. I decided to give it a go anyway and it wasn’t long before I was just reading it as I would any other book.

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      7. Marianne Maurer

        Oh, I never knew it was a play. I only read the very first Harry Potter books when my children were reading it. But then hubby took over accompanying them on that journey.

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      8. Emily Jane Post author

        In London. I’m not sure if it is still running. I wanted to see the play, but it was too expensive and also booked up way in advance.

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      9. Marianne Maurer

        That is always a problem, far too expensive for many. I had heard there was a play in London but I didn’t know the book was written as a play.

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  6. Rissi

    I see some on your list that I have read about and think sound really interesting like Elle’s, and also Alisha’s looks cute and fun as does Kelly’s! Both books I’ll have to take a look at. πŸ™‚ Thanks so much for visiting Finding Wonderland this week.

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