There are many books of 2022 that deserve a TV series adaptation. From thrilling dystopian worlds to heartwarming coming-of-age stories,
Frida Liu is struggling to find fulfillment and success in her life, and her relationship with her husband Gust is strained by his infatuation with a younger woman.
“David Musgrave’s debut novel “Lambda” tells the story of a new police officer tasked with investigating a group of refugees accused of terrorism.
Emily St. John Mandel’s latest novel, “Sea of Tranquility,” is a follow-up to her bestselling novels “Station Eleven” and “The Glass Hotel.”
“Bora Chung’s “Cursed Bunny” is a collection of short stories that is not for the faint of heart. The stories are graphic, grotesque, and disturbing.
Marisa and Jake are a seemingly perfect couple, and when Kate, their new lodger, moves in, everything seems to fall into place.
Six friends, all with their own secrets, travel to a beautiful Greek island for a bachelorette trip celebrating Lexi’s upcoming wedding.
Molly and Katie are twin sisters, one living a structured and secure life in London, the other an outgoing and adventurous one in New York.
A mother’s worst nightmare comes true when her teenage son kills a stranger on the streets outside their home. As she watches him being taken into custody.
Charlie Reade is a high school student who has had to grow up fast after the loss of his mother and his father’s descent into alcoholism.
Waxillium Ladrian, a former frontier lawman turned senator, has been tracking the Set, a shadowy organization that kidnaps people with Allomancy powers.