List of best books to read before 2022 ends

List of Best Books to Read before 2022 ends.

Here’s a list of Best Books to Read before 2022 ends. It is the winter season, which is the perfect time to snuggle up in your blanket in your little reading nook and indulge yourself in a book while sipping your hot chocolate.

The end of the year is an appropriate time to ground yourself and prepare for the next chapter of your life. With the upcoming festivities of the New Year, you might stumble upon your list of goals which were left unticked. 

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One of those lists might have been of the books that you wanted to read. If you are looking to revamp your book list and also end the year with laughter, refreshment and motivation to begin the year 2023, then we have a list of the best books to read for you, which is the perfect concoction of all those emotions and more, and it might be one of the most productive ways to read the last chapter of 2022. 

Here’s the list of Best Books to Read before 2022 ends:

  1. Educated
  2. The Immortal Bystander
  3. How to win friends & Influence People
  4. Health in your Breath
  5. I Ate the Sun Last Night
  6. Big Magic
  7. The 4 Hour Work Week
  8. Becoming
  9. One Day in December
  10. It’s a Wonderful Life: Roads to Happiness
  • Educated – Tara Westover’s memoir “Educated” has been praised by Bill Gates and Michelle Obama. It is the story of a Mormon survivalist, who despite facing personal struggles and being a victim of overbearing family beliefs, went on to fight for her education. 
    She was 17 years old when she first entered a classroom. Her life story will not only motivate the reader but will also give a glimpse of how personal struggles can be overcome by faith and belief. 
  • The Immortal Bystander – Satyabodha Katti’s fictional fantasy novel is about a school teacher who meets an immortal man, from the time period of the Mahabharata. If as a reader you want to witness the unbiased knowledge of a man who has witnessed all the important events take place on Earth, then this book will leave you with an air of fascination. 
  • How to Win Friends and Influence People – The last few years have made us all into social recluses. We have almost forgotten the power of relationships and communication, which has been a down sight even in the professional arena. Dale Carnegie’s classic novel has been a holy book of social improvement since the time it was published. If 2023 is the year where you want to climb the ladder of success, then this book will help you in identifying things such as body language to the kind of questions you should ask. 
  • Health in your Breath – No better way to end the year than by learning that health is the key to everything. If you are healthy inside out, then there is nothing than can trouble you. 
    S.S. Palat’s novel is a guidebook for meditation and breathing exercises. If you live alone and find it difficult to manage your life and your health, then this book will give you an experience on how to indulge in short-span meditations and make them useful. 
  • I Ate the Sun Last Night – Ravsirjan Singh’s novel asks the question which wanders in everyone’s mind. “Have I met the real me ?” 
    The mind searches for permanent answers in a temporary world. The author through his book has aimed to connect to other people who feel the same way. This book will make you feel comfortable in your own skin and will make you realise that it is okay to not have answers for a while. The author provides quotes, poetry and aphorisms in this novel, which makes it the perfect end-of-the-year read. 
  • Big Magic – Elizabeth Gilbert’s novel “Big Magic”, is a book which will make you end your year with the promise to pick up a creative hobby, which you might have left ages ago. In this book, the author provides ways to gather up the courage and to believe in one’s own creative journey. She has provided instances from her own life of being a writer and the ways in which she gained confidence in her creativity. 
  • The 4 Hour Work Week: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere And Join The New Rich – Small businesses and social media have given people an opportunity to leave the tedious life of working for fixed times or sometimes even overtime. Timothy Ferriss in this book provides the readers with the perfect way to increase income and reduce workload. 
    If you are looking to end the cycle of a monotonous job and start your own independent journey, then this book will provide you with substantial ideas to step into your Entrepreneurial journey. 
  • Becoming – The former first lady Michelle Obama, tops every motivating list. Our list of books to end this year 2022 would be incomplete without her memoir. If you are sitting and writing down your new year’s resolutions, then this memoir will motivate you to chase your dreams. 
  • One Day in December – Josie Silver’s novel spans the life of a young girl in her twenties who lives in London. She worries about the distance between her and her family but she is also on a quest to find love and her dream job. The novel is a winter romance, which is a heart-warming story about friendship, missed opportunities and destiny. 
  • It’s a Wonderful Life: Roads to Happiness – What can be a more delightful way to end this year and also our list of books, than by picking up a Ruskin Bond book? 

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Feed your inner child and reminisce about the old days by picking up a copy of Ruskin Bond’s book of happiness. This novel is the perfect way to move on from the gloomy past and look for happiness and positivity in the smallest things.

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