Top Read Books of 2022

Our team was recently discussing books that we read in 2022 and we thought we’d share our top picks!

Also, huge shout out to our Processor, Amanda, who read 86 books in 2022!! That is not a typo 8-6! 🤯
Anyone else read 86 books this year?!

Here are our picks:

Evan:
“The Psychology of Money” By: Morgan Housel
“Mindsight” By: Daniel Siegel

Lirra:
“Mixed Plate” By: Jo Koy
“The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo” By: Taylor Jenkins Reid

Lindsey:
“People We Meet On Vacation” By: Emily Henry
“V for Vendetta” By: Alan Moore

Amanda:
“Things We Never Get Over” By: Lucy Score
“The Rose Code” By: Kate Quinn
“Lessons in Chemistry” By: Bonnie Garmus
“American Dirt” By: Jeanine Cummins

And if you need more suggestions, just give us a call. I’m sure Amanda can recommend something from her long list! 😁
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