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The 2022 Fall Minimalist Reads List

We highly recommend these eight titles if you’re only planning to pick up a few reads this Fall!

The 2022 Fall Minimalist Reads List

Welcome to the third annual BiblioLifestyle Fall Reading Guide!  While I get most of my reading done in the summer, fall is my favorite reading season.  It’s so comforting to cozy up under a blanket in the cooler weather with a cuppa and a book.

About The Fall Reading Guide

The 2022 Fall Reading Guide has twenty-seven new releases organized across nine categories.  There is also one extra category dedicated to the minimalist reader.  The Minimalist Reads List is for those readers who are only planning to pick up a few books this season.  Because we’re all about lifestyle here, you’ll also find some reading tips and fun things to do at home, along with some fall-themed recipes. 

BiblioLifestyle - The 2022 Fall Reading Guide

Fall Reading Guide Minimalist Reading List

In the guide, we have dedicated one category to the “minimalist reader.”  In addition, our Minimalist Reads List has eight titles that we highly recommend if you’re only planning to pick up a few reads this Fall!  

It’s super hard narrowing an initial list of hundreds of books down and then narrowing them down to our top eight.  However, you can expect these books to be across genres, beautifully written, compelling, thought-provoking, enjoyable, and great for discussions.

The 2022 Fall Minimalist Reading List

The Furrows by Namwali Serpell

The Furrows by Namwali Serpell 

A young woman reckons with the loss of her brother, and the line between reality and memory starts to blur. 

If you read and loved: What Strange Paradise by Omar El Akkad or The Friend by Sigrid Nunez, then this is the book for you.

The Village Idiot by Steve Stern

The Village Idiot by Steve Stern

It tells the story of expressionist painter Chaim Soutine, opening in 1917 Paris. 

If you read and loved: The Lost Shtetl by Max Gross, then this is the book for you.  

Lessons by Ian McEwan

Lessons by Ian McEwan

One man’s life is recounted while contrasting major historical events from the Cold War to the Covid-19 pandemic and the intimacies of daily life. 

If you read and loved: A Gentleman in Moscow or The Only Story by Julian Barnes, then this is the book for you. 

Solito by Javier Zamora

Solito by Javier Zamora

An unforgettable story of the harrowing journey of a 9-year-old boy from El Salvador to reunite with his parents in the United States.  

If you read and loved: The Undocumented Americans by Karla Cornejo Villavicencio or Somebody’s Daughter by Ashley C. Ford, then this is the book for you. 

Killers of a Certain Age by Deanna Raybourn

Four sixty years old female assassins are forced to go on a retirement cruise which turns out to be a plot to assassinate them.  

If you read and loved: The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman or Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz, then this is the book for you. 

House of Hunger by Alexis Henderson

House of Hunger by Alexis Henderson

A young woman from the slums risks her new life of opulence to uncover the truth about her new home and the bloodmaids. 

If you read and loved: Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia, then this book is for you.  

Lucy on the Wild Side by Kerry Rea

Lucy on the Wild Side by Kerry Rea

A Zookeeper and a TV host must face the secrets and trauma of their pasts to find joy and happiness.

If you read and loved: The Ex Talk by Rachel Lynn Solomon or You Deserve Each Other by Sarah Hogle, then this is the book for you. 

Strike the Zither by Joan He

Strike the Zither by Joan He

Set in in an alternate historical China, the start of a new fantasy series that reimagines the Chinese classic tale of the Three Kingdoms.

If you read and loved: The Poppy War by R. F. Kuang or Descendant of the Crane by Joan Hethen this is the book for you. 

WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THE BOOKS ON THIS LIST?

Are you looking forward to any books from this list?  What books are you looking forward to reading this fall?  What books would you add to the list?

Fall Reading List - Minimalist Reading

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