2022 Recap: October-December

2022 Is coming to an end which means that many people start wrapping the year up by looking back on the events of this past year. Yearly, we bookworms read many books, so do I. In this series I’ll be recapping 2022. Okay, it actually has ended but I wrote this edition back in December.

This week: the fourth and final quarter of the year.


This month, a lot happened in my personal life. Besides that, it was exceptionally warm for the time of year. Being able to read and let alone sit on the balcony in the last weekend of October is not that common. Also, I went to see a musical, got a cold after nearly 2 years and got my new Covid Jab. Alongside all that, I read several books.


This month came and went without being really eventful. It was just November and I honestly cannot tell you what I did this month besides reading several books.

  • Number of books finished: 6
  • Number of books DNF’ed: 0
  • Number of hauled books: 7
  • Number of these new books read in 2022: 5
  • 5-star reads: 1, Carrie Soto Is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid
  • Favorite book: Carrie Soto Is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid
  • Books that disappointed me: Young Mungo by Douglas Stuart


The final month of the year. We had several holidays, but also really low temperatures and slippery and icy roads. I know it’s not as bad as it has been in the US and Canada, but it was annoying still. I also managed to read some more books and finished the biggest book I’ve ever read. However, not many books stuck out for me this month.

  • Number of books finished: 8
  • Number of books DNF’ed: 0
  • Number of hauled books: 1
  • Number of these new books read in 2022: 0
  • 5-star reads: 0
  • Favorite book: An originally German YA which hasn’t been translated into English
  • Books that disappointed me: Huntress by Malinda Lo and Darkdawn by Jay Kristoff

That’s it folks! All 2022 business has been done and dusted (okay except some reviews) and it’s time to look forward to the year ahead. What was your favorite book of 2022?

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