10 Most Anticipated Books of November 2022
Winter has approached, yes, my favorite season is here. And for all those who love to stay at home and dwell in books, I know you are more than excited. It is the season to just wear fuzzy clothes, and cover ourselves under the blankets with a mug of coffee and a book. If you are already done with your to-read list and willing to get your hands on a recent release, you are at the right place. Here in this article, we are going to read about the 10 most anticipated books of November 2022. Keep reading!
10 Most Anticipated Books of November 2022
- The Last Campaign by H. W. Brands (November 1)
- Someday, Maybe (November 1)
- The Rewind by Allison Winn Scotch (November 1)
- White Horse by Erika T Wurth (November 1)
- Meredith, Alone by Alexander (November 1)
- Bloodmarked by Tracy Deonn (November 8)
- Better than Fiction by Alexa Martin (November 8)
- Have I Told You This Already? by Lauren Graham (November 15)
- The Twist of a Knife by Anthony Horowitz (November 15)
- Angels of the Resistance by Noelle Salazar (November 29)
The Last Campaign by H. W. Brands (November 1)
William Sherman and Geronimo were bold soldiers and keen strategists. Sherman was privileged to attend West Point and rose to prominence through earth campaigns in the Civil War. Geronimo grew up in the Apache tribe hunting for survival and roaming freely. After the brutal murder of his mother, wife, and children he became an avenger raiding Mexican settlements across the US border. When Sherman rose to the position of General of the U.S. Army he was tasked to bring the tribe into an agreement. The agreement was that the Apache tribe will live as ranchers and farmers. However, Geronimo preferred violence.
Someday, Maybe (November 1)
Someday, Maybe is the debut novel of Onyi Nwabineli. The story focuses on a young woman’s emotional journey through unimaginable loss. It is pulled along by her Nigerian family, and the love she shared with her husband. Her husband was great, loving, and perfectly happy, but on New Year’s Eve, he committed suicide. This book interrogates the several sides and stages of grief.
The Rewind by Allison Winn Scotch (November 1)
When Frankie and Ezra broke up before graduation they vowed to never converse with each other again. Ten years later, they find each other on the same snowy picturesque New England campus together for a wedding of mutual friends. Ezra is ready to propose to his girlfriend after the wedding. Frankie is on the rise as a music manager for the hottest band of the late 90s. Everything is fine so they just need to avoid the emotions brought up after meeting each other. The next day they wake up beside each other in bed. Frankie has Ezra’s grandmother’s diamond ring on her finger. But they don’t have any recollection of last night. Now they need to figure out what went wrong yesterday and perhaps ten years before too.
White Horse by Erika T Wurth (November 1)
Kari is hunted by enigmatic creatures and haunted by visions of her mother. She must find out what happened to her mother all those years ago. Her father is disabled from a car crash. Auntie Squeaker seems to know things but she is determined to not spill everything at once. Debby is anxious to help Kari but her controlling husband is restraining her. Her journey will compel her to confront her dysfunctional relationships, the loss of a childhood friend, and the thing she always desired but never achieved.
Meredith, Alone by Alexander (November 1)
Meredith has a full-time job and Fred is her rescue cat. Her best friend Sadie visits her with her two children. She has her online support group, jigsaw puzzles, favorite recipes, and beloved Emily Dickinson. Her company also is memories of an unstable childhood, a traumatic event, and the estrangement from her sister. But something is about to change whether she likes it or not.
Bloodmarked by Tracy Deonn (November 8)
Bree wants to disclose the truth behind her mother’s demise. She infiltrated a secret society named Legendborn Order and descended her knights of King Arthur, only to get familiar with her ancestral power. Bree is now new, a scion, medium, and bloodcrafter. The ancient war between the Order and demons is rising to a lethal peak. Nick, the boy she fell in love with has been kidnapped. Bree is restrained from fighting but she must do something to rescue Nick, and enemies are everywhere.
Better than Fiction by Alexa Martin (November 8)
Drew Young is a book hater and a firm believer that movies are always better. Now she is inheriting the Book Nook, her grandma’s bookstore. Author Jasper Williams is a hopeless romantic. After meeting Drew at the store, he is determined to prove the beauty of reading. From local restaurants to river rafting, they connected in a way Drew thought only happens in fiction. Although there will be a time when Drew will remind herself that life is not about sweeping romance and big dreams. Jasper is perhaps writing a different story for them.
Have I Told You This Already? by Lauren Graham (November 15)
Lauren Graham is the beloved star of Gilmore Girls and the best-selling author of Talking as Fast as I Can. With her perfect sense of human and simple storytelling, Lauren Graham talks about her time in the entertainment business. She shares her personal life, family, friendship, and the challenge of aging gracefully in Hollywood. It is candid, insightful, and filled with anecdotes, sage advice, and laugh-out-loud observations.
The Twist of a Knife by Anthony Horowitz (November 15)
Author Anthony Horowitz tells ex-detective Daniel Hawthorne that “our deal is over.” However, the truth is Anthony has other things planned. The name of his new play is Mindgame. it is about to open in London’s Vaudeville theater. Hawthorne declines a ticket to the play. Critic Harriet Throsby in Sunday Critic gives a savage review. The next day she is found dead, stabbed in the heart with an ornamental dagger with fingerprints of Anthony on it. Anthony gets arrested and realized that only Hawthorne can help. But, will he?
Angels of the Resistance by Noelle Salazar (November 29)
1940, Netherlands – As the only sound that can be heard in Europe is of explosions, 14-year-old Lien Vinke is afraid that there is no way out of war. Albeit she lives a silent life with her mother and older sister Elif, they are familiar with despair having recently suffered a loss. When the Nazis attack the Netherlands, joining the Dutch resistance with Elif offers the atonement Lien craves. The sisters are trained to shoot by their dead father. They soon find themselves ingrained in the underground movement and forming friendships with young recruits.