The Washington Post‘s Best SFF of 2022
The Washington Post has released its list of the best science fiction and fantasy novels of 2022, as chosen by Charlie Jane Anders.
- The City Inside, Samit Basu (Tordotcom)
- A Prayer for the Crown-Shy, Becky Chambers (Tordotcom)
- The Story of the Hundred Promises, Neil Cochrane (Forest Avenue)
- The Women Could Fly, Megan Giddings (Amistad)
- The World We Make, N.K. Jemisin (Orbit)
- Babel: Or the Necessity of Violence: An Arcane History of the Oxford Translators’ Revolution, R.F. Kuang (William Morrow)
- The Unbalancing, R.B. Lemberg (Tachyon)
- How High We Go in the Dark, Sequoia Nagamatsu (William Morrow)
- The Cartographers, Peng Shepherd (William Morrow)
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