Upcoming Books of November and December (2022)
With 2022 ending in two more months, we are yet to read some great books. Have you completed your to-read list for the month? Don’t worry! We are here with 10 new books that you can read in the next two months. You can celebrate your winter in a chilling and comforting way. In this list, we are going to read about a few upcoming books of November and December (2022).
Upcoming Books of November and December (2022)
- Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing by Matthew Perry (November 1)
- We Are the Light by Matthew Quick (November 1)
- Now is Not the Time to Panic by Kevin Wilson (November 15)
- A World of Curiosities by Louise Penny (November 29)
- A Quiet Life by Ethan Joella (November 29)
- The Light Pirate by Lily Brooks-Dalton (December 6)
- The Last Invitation by Darby Kane (December 6)
- Screaming on the Inside by Jessica Grose (December 6)
- The Key to My Heart by Lia Louis (December 6)
- All the Dark Places by Terri Parlato (December 27)
Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing by Matthew Perry (November 1)
Matthew Perry excellently talks about one of the most successful sitcoms of all time. He also opens up about his fight with addiction. Perry vividly details his lifelong struggle with the disease and the fuel behind it, even though he had everything. This is an unforgettable memoir that includes his dark days, losses, and greatest friends.
We Are the Light by Matthew Quick (November 1)
Lucas Goodgame lives in a quaint suburb in Majestic, Pennsylvania that has been devastated by a recent tragedy. Everyone in Majestic looks at Lucas like a hero. He spends his days writing letters to Karl, his former Jungian analyst. Lucas insists that his dead wife Darcy visits her every night in the shape of an angel. When an eighteen-year-old named Eli begins to camp in Lucas’s backyard an unlikely alliance takes shape. Both of them embark on a healing journey for the neighbors and themselves.
Now is Not the Time to Panic by Kevin Wilson (November 15)
Sixteen-year-old Frankie is an offbeat loner, indifferent student, and aspiring writer. She is determined to pass another sad summer in Coalfield when she meets Zeke. Zeke is a talented artist who has recently moved into his grandma’s house. Soon, romance and creativity start to fly. When they collaborated and created a poster with a mysterious phrase it became unforgettable to anyone who sees it. Soon, this creative poster which brought them close will begin to threaten them.
A World of Curiosities by Louise Penny (November 29)
Louise Penny is back with the 18th book in her well-known series featuring Armand Gamache. This book focuses on Gamache and the residents of Three Pines. From the very beginning, the sense of underlying tension has been heightened by the understanding of the past events in the lives of the characters. The past is haunting them with ghastly consequences. This book has several disturbing and provoking issues that successfully accentuate the evil in an exciting climax.
A Quiet Life by Ethan Joella (November 29)
This book follows the lives of three people struggling with loss and searching for tender wisdom in their grief. Every year Chuck Ayers used to be excited about his trip with his wife Cat to Hilton Head. It’s been two years, Cat has died and Chuck is still unable to give up on her materials. He can’t imagine packing for a trip without her. Ella Burke works at a bridal shop and delivers morning newspapers. She is waiting for news about her missing daughter. Ella has settled into a new apartment. She answers all the calls on her phone in the hope to find her daughter one day. Kirsten Bonato set aside her aspiration of veterinary school after the sudden demise of her father. She is trying to seek comfort in the daily routine of working at an animal shelter. However, gradually old dreams and romance begin to surface.
The Light Pirate by Lily Brooks-Dalton (December 6)
With devastating weather patterns and rising sea levels, Florida is slipping away. An electrical line worker named Kirby Lowe, his pregnant spouse Frida, and their two sons Lucas and Flip prepare for their worst. When the boys disappear before the hurricane hits, Kirby heads out to find them. Frida gives birth to an unusual child. She names her Wanda after the catastrophic storm that ushers her to a society closer to collapse than ever before. Wanda grows up in these evolving circumstances, loses her family, gains a community, and ultimately seeks purpose and meaning in a place remade by nature.
The Last Invitation by Darby Kane (December 6)
Over the past few years, some famous people – a retired diplomat, the CEO of an empire, and a much loved basketball coach have died in a series of shocking incidents. Behind all of it, there is a powerful group of women from the Sophie Foundation. The women meet over wine and cheese and go through files of women who act badly and then meet justice. Jessa Hall received the invitation to this secret club when she is at her lowest. After many years of fighting to go ahead, she is ready for an opportunity to make these men lose. Soon, she realizes that this game is dangerous. However, there is no way back once you are in the group.
Screaming on the Inside by Jessica Grose (December 6)
Journalist Jessica Grose with themes such as identity, work, social media, pregnancy, the crisis of the pandemic, and more writes about the expectations from mothers. The truth is there is no specific recipe for parenting. It depends on the values and expectations. Grose weaves this book from her journey with historical, scientific, and contemporary reporting to be the voice of American parents she wishes she had decades ago.
The Key to My Heart by Lia Louis (December 6)
Natalie Fincher has everything – a charming husband, the opportunity to tour with the musical she’s spent several years writing, and the fixer-upper cottage of her dreams. However, all her dreams and hopes vanish with her husband’s death. It’s been two and a half years and she is still as lost. She sleeps, works, and sees friends just enough to allay their worries. But, her life is empty. When someone starts to secretly leave the sheet music of her husband’s favorite songs at the station’s piano, she begins to feel a sense of excitement mixed with hope.
All the Dark Places by Terri Parlato (December 27)
Molly wants to do something special for her husband Jay’s 40th birthday. She decides to throw an intimate house party with their close friends. However, the birthday boy will not be able to survive the night. Rita is a homicide detective partnered with the young detective. She loves to teach so this is certainly a perfect pairing for her. While investigating, they realized there is more to Jay’s demise and that everyone is a suspect.