Books To Pick Up This Year

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Whether you are an avid reader or just read casually, 2022 can be your year to enjoy some new books! Looking for a place to start? Try out one of these popular must-reads from last year.

“Klara and the Sun”

Written by Kazuo Ishiguro, this book explores what it means to love. The story comes from the point of view of a character called Kara, an artificial friend. Klara has the acute ability to observe what is going on in the world and environment around her. As the world around Klara changes and evolves, she begins to question certain aspects of life. You will love this deep-thinking book.

“Gold Diggers”

If you are in the mood for a coming-of-age tale, Sanjena Sathian’s “Gold Diggers” is the perfect book to read this coming year! You will learn about immigrant identity in a funny but moving way as the main character struggles with the double-edged sword of ambition.

“Broken Horses”

The author of this novel may sound familiar to you! Brandi Carlile has won a Grammy Award six times as a singer, songwriter, and producer. Now, Carlile is showing her prowess as a writer as well. In this book, she takes readers through a journey of her personal struggles and triumphs. Like how her life as a musician has played a role in her family. Whether you are a fan of her music or know little of her work, you’ll enjoy this book.

“Before She Disappeared”

New York Times Bestseller, Lisa Gardner, is back with this thrilling, suspenseful tale. It’s the kind of on-the-edge-of-your-seat storytelling that will keep you wanting more. The riveting story follows an everyday woman who is determined to find the missing people that everyone else has forgotten about. You’ll be enthralled as you watch how the main character goes to every length possible to locate these individuals and uncover the mysteries of their disappearance.

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“Four Hundred Souls”

Perhaps you are in the mood for a nonfiction book with brilliant writing techniques and a diverse perspective on history. This is exactly what “Four Hundred Souls” offers. Written by Ibram X. Kendi and Keisha N. Blain, this bestseller dives into the journey African Americans have taken since 1619.

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