60 most read books on Goodreads in 2022 – which ones have you read?

The 60 most read books of the 2022 Goodreads Reading Challenge / Image: Goodreads

So far, in the 2022 Reading Challenge on Goodreads as many as 6.6 million users have taken part, pledging to have read 328 million books.

There are still 25 days to go, but the Goodreads team have already revealed 60 most read books in the 2022 Reading Challenge.

The list ranks the titles that were marked as “Read” by users who signed up for the challenge.

The big winner is Colleen Hoover, the author of It Ends with Us – the No. 1 title on the list. The author’s three more books landed in the top 10: Verity, Reminders of Him, and Ugly Love.

💬 Hoover’s story is pretty amazing, and her success speaks to the supernova power of online reviews, viral reaction videos, and BookTok.

Unfortunately, Goodreads doesn’t reveal how many users have read particular books this year. It would be interesting to see and compare the numbers.

Explore the full list here, and below, you will find the top 10 titles with links to Kindle editions on Amazon.

Which books from the list have you managed to read?

10 most read books on Goodreads in 2022

1. It Ends with Us – Colleen Hoover

2. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo – Taylor Jenkins Reid

3. Verity – Colleen Hoover

4. The Love Hypothesis – Ali Hazelwood

5. Reminders of Him – Colleen Hoover

6. Book Lovers – Emily Henry

7. Ugly Love – Colleen Hoover

8. Where the Crawdads Sing – Delia Owens

9. People We Meet on Vacation – Emily Henry

10. The Midnight Library – Matt Haig

Via: Most Read Books on Goodreads in 2022 – Book Riot

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