Most Anticipated Releases of 2022: January to March
As we get ready to begin another year, it’s time to look ahead to the Science Fiction and Fantasy reads I’m most excited about. Not only is it fun to organize my reading and to make lists, they also have the added benefit of focusing my attention to the highly anticipated releases that I’d like to check out. Every quarter I’ll be putting together a post of my “must reads”, and while I’m under no illusions that I’ll be able to read them all, hopefully I can get to most of them (and also put some new books on people’s radars).
Anyway, I’d planned on putting together this list a little sooner, but better late than never! Plus, I’ve already gotten started on a few of these. Here are the books I’m really excited for in early 2022, what are some of yours? And would February and March please calm down?!
January 4 – The Maid by Nita Prose, The Starless Crown by James Rollins
January 11 – Deep Dive by Ron Walters, Battle of the Linguist Mages by Scotto Moore, A Flicker in the Dark by Stacy Willingham,
January 18 – Engines of Empire by Richard S. Ford, Somebody’s Home by Kaira Rouda, Servant Mage by Kate Elliott,
February 1 – Finlay Donovan Knocks ‘Em Dead by Elle Cosimano, Hunt the Stars by Jessie Mihalik, The Violence by Delilah S. Dawson
February 8 – Bluebird by Ciel Pierlot, Dead Silence by S.A. Barnes, Echo by Thomas Olde Heuvelt
February 15 – The Deepest of Secrets by Kelley Armstrong, Age of Ash by Daniel Abraham, The Great Witch of Brittany by Louisa Morgan
February 22 – The Paris Apartment by Lucy Foley, The Justice of Kings by Richard Swan, Last Exit by Max Gladstone, The Paradox Hotel by Rob Hart, Manhunt by Gretchen Felker-Martin
March 1 – The Broken Room by Peter Clines, The Night Shift by Alex Finlay, Sundial by Catriona Ward, The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake
March 8 – Crowbones by Anne Bishop,
March 15 – The Book of Cold Cases by Simone St. James, The Kaiju Preservation Society by John Scalzi
March 22 – The Impossible Us by Sarah Lotz, The Bone Orchard by Sara A. Mueller, The City of Dusk by Tara Sim
March 29 – Wild and Wicked Things by Fran Dorricott, The Resting Place by Camilla Sten, Until the Last of Me by Sylvain Neuvel, Sea Storm by Andrew Mayne, Sweep of Stars by Maurice Broaddus
That’s a lot of books!
There’s far too many books here. I’m closing my eyes, putting fingers in my ears and singing “lalalalalala” trying to make them all go away. I hope there’s some great ones in the batch, though! 🙂
I know what you mean about February and March. I’m stressing out just looking at this list, lol. Not really, but you know what I mean😁
Very excited for Justice of Kings, plus more books in The Others series is always welcome!!
Since reading Suzanne (the Bookish Libra)’s review of The Maid I want to read that one too!
My February and March do seem a little bit, mmm, overloaded. Which is why I’m trying to read some of those books now. Ahh, the best laid plans. I can’t grumble though – look at all those lovelies.
I have seven of these on my list too! And yeah, February and March are nuts 😂 I’ve actually been getting rejections for those months which is GREAT because I do not have time to read all the books I’d like to read then! Also I just noticed that I’ve ARCs for 5 books all coming out on the 15th, so that’s great 😅
Oh, and you’re missing Mickey7 in February and Seven deaths of an Empire in March. I’m sure you can get to these just as soon as you finish all of yours! Best of luck!!
Ooo, you’ve introduced some new titles to me!! I have a busy few months of reading coming up 😄
I keep seeing good things for Deep Dive and The Maid. I
Many intriguing books there!
I’ll have to look up a few of the books mentioned here as I hadn’t heard of them before. I’m majorly excited for City Of Dusk though, it sounds incredible. Maid & Bone Orchard I’m particularly excited for too. I hope you enjoy all of these.
Definitely wanted to read the paris apartment!