Our favorite picks for fall 2022, from authors like Colleen Hoover, Michelle Obama, Cormac McCarthy and more. Plus, some of the best fall books from 2021.
Oct 27, 2022 By: MEGAN O'NEILL MELLE
Callahan has read C.S. Lewis her entire life (and has already given us Becoming Mrs. Lewis), so it’s no surprise that the author’s fascinating work would inspire her latest novel. This time, she’s asking, “Where did Narnia come from?” In Once Upon a Wardrobe, a dying 8-year-old boy (captivated by a new book The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe), asks his Oxford physics prodigy sister to find its origins. His older sister is drinking tea with the author in search of answers—and hope.
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Dystopian societies, murder mysteries, psychological thrillers, steamy romances and the year’s most anticipated sequel (we see you, Colleen Hoover) have all been on our reading lists this fall. As the cooler weather sets in and the leaves begin to change, the cozy reading nooks start calling our names, and we’re ready with piles of the season’s newest books.
Is there anything better than lighting a candle, getting comfy with a PSL and turning page after page? Get ready to feel inspired with the best fall books of 2022, fellow bibliophiles!
We also highlight our favorite autumn reads from last year as well, so get your Kindles and Bookshop carts primed—here are fall's best reads.