Saturday, April 30, 2022

May 2022 Highlights

NOVELS
1. Bitter Orange Tree (trans. from the Arabic by Marilyn Booth) (Scribner UK/Catapult, 2022) / Jokha Alharthi
2. Love Marriage (Scribner, 2022) / Monica Ali
3. Either/Or (Jonathan Cape, 2022) / Elif Batuman
4. The Lioness (Doubleday, 2022) / Chris Bohjalian
5. Bad Relations (Viking, 2022) / Cressida Connolly
6. Trust (Riverhead Books, 2022) / Hernan Diaz
7. Privilege (Two Roads, 2022) / Guinevere Glasfurd
8. Vigil Harbor (Pantheon, 2022) / Julia Glass
9. Time Shelter (trans. from the Bulgarian by Angela Rodel) / Georgi Gospodinov
10. Discretion (trans. from the French by Sarah Ardizzone) (Saqi Books, 2022) / Faïza Guène

11. The Dance Tree (Picador, 2022) / Kiran Millwood Hargrave
12. Forbidden City (Ballantine Books, 2022) / Vanessa Hua
13. The Ballad of Lord Edward and Citizen Small (Apollo, 2022) / Neil Jordan
14. 2 A.M. in Little America (Milkweed Editions, 2022) / Ken Kalfus
15. The Half-Life of Ruby Fielding (Lake Union, 2022) / Lydia Kang
16. All the Lovers in the Night (trans. from the Japanese by Sam Bett & David Boyd) (Europa Editions, 2022) / Meiko Kawakami
17. All the Seas of the World (Hodder & Stoughton/Berkley, 2022) / Guy Gavriel Kay
18. The Latecomer (Celadon Books, 2022) / Jean Hanff Korelitz
19. The War for Gloria (Serpent’s Tail, 2022) / Atticus Lish
20. The Colony (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2022) / Audrey Magee

21. Appliance (Jonathan Cape, 2022) / J.O. Morgan
22. Two Nights in Lisbon (MCD/Farrar, straus & Giroux, 2022) / Chris Pavone
23. Elektra (Flatiron, 2022) / Jennifer Saint
24. Mansions of the Moon (Knopf Canada, 2022) / Shyam Selvadurai
25. Here Goes Nothing (Sceptre/Melville House, 2022) / Steve Toltz
26. The Schoolhouse (Corsair/Little, Brown, 2022) / Sophie Ward

FIRST NOVELS
1. The Red Arrow (Alfred A. Knopf/John Murray, 2022) / William Brewer
2. Deceit (trans. from the Russian by Bryan Karetnyk) (Prototype Publishing, 2022) / Yuri Felsen
3. An Island (Hogarth, 2022) / Karen Jennings
4. Vladimir (Picador, 2022) / Julia May Jonas
5. The Evening Hero (Simon & Schuster, 2022) / Marie Myung-Ok Lee
6. Ruth & Pen (Hamish Hamilton, 2022) / Emilie Pine
7. What Time Is Love? (Orion, 2022) / Holly Williams

STORIES
1. Extenuating Circumstances: Stories of Crime and Suspense (Mysterious Press, 2022) / Joyce Carol Oates
2. The Secret Lives of Church Ladies (One, 2022) / Deesha Philyaw
3. You Have a Friend in 10A (Doubleday/Alfred A. Knopf, 2022) / Maggie Shipstead

POETRY
1. Rookie: Selected Stories (Carcanet Press, 2022) / Caroline Bird
2. The Hurting Kind (Milkweed Editions, 2022) / Ada Limón

NONFICTION
1. The Tribe: Portraits of Cuba (trans. from the Spanish by Frank Wynne with Rahul Bery) (Graywolf Press/Fitzcarraldo Editions, 2022) / Carlos Manuel Álvarez
2. Russia: Revolution and Civil War 1917-1921 (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2022) / Antony Beevor
3. Liberalism and Its Discontents (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2022) / Francis Fukuyama
4. Why We Read: 70 Writers on Non-Fiction (Penguin, 2022) / Josephine Greywoode (ed.)
5. The Uncollected Essays of Elizabeth Hardwick (ed. Alex Andriesse) (NYRB Classics, 2022) / Elizabeth Hardwick
6. The Fairy Tellers: A Journey Into the Secret History of Fairy Tales (Nicholas Brealey, 2022) / Nicholas Jubber
7. Translating Myself and Others (Princeton University Press, 2022) / Jhumpa Lahiri
8. In the Shadow of the Gods: The Emperor in World History (Allen Lane, 2022) / Dominic Lieven
9. Embrace Fearlessly the Burning World: Essays (Random House, 2022) / Barry Lopez
10. River of the Gods: Genius, Courage, and Betrayal in the Search for the Source of the Nile (Doubleday, 2022) / Candice Millard

11. What Can We Hope For?: Essays on Politics (eds. W.P. Malecki & Chris Voparil) (Princeton University Press, 2022) / Richard Rorty
12. To Raise a Fallen People: How Nineteenth-Century Indians Saw Their World and Shaped Ours (Juggernaut, 2022) / Rahul Sagar (ed.)
13. Nomads: The Wanderers Who Shaped Our World (John Murray, 2022) / Anthony Sattin
14. I Used to Live Here Once: The Haunted Life of Jean Rhys (William Collins, 2022) / Miranda Seymour

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