Beneath Devils Bridge is a heartbreaking, thought provoking murder mystery worthy of your reading list.
The Thursday Murder Club made me laugh and kept me on the edge of my seat. Who would have thought a single book could have so much to offer? It’s by far one of the most entertaining and unique mystery books I’ve read.
Regretting You is full of romance, drama, teenage angst, and mysteries. Colleen Hoover takes us on a emotional ride, reminding us that, for better or for worse, people aren’t as they seem. I loved every sentence of this book.
After loving The Girl in Cabin 13 last year, I’ve been anxious to read another A.J. Rivers book. I’m now on a mission to read every A.J. Rivers book after another very entertaining read from this brilliant author.
Once again, Chuck Palahniuk pushes our boundaries in his newest horror novel: The Invention of Sound. I’m a long-time Palahniuk fan. His work isn’t for everyone, as he often explores sensitive and controversial topics, which is why you’ll often find negative reviews of his books. Palahniuk’s creativity and writing style often keep you confused until the very end when he skillfully brings everything together. I’ve never read a Palahniuk book that I didn’t love.
Do you have a hard time leaving once you’re introduced to a new dystopian world? I do. I want to learn everything about how the world fell and how the people left took advantage of everyone’s fear to control them. The new laws and norms fascinate me, and I’m entirely hooked when a small group of people starts to rise and demand more.
The Flight Attendant had elements I love in stories, including a complex female protagonist and a murder to solve.
Delia Owens deserves all the praise for this spectacular coming-of-age story and mystery novel.
Wool by Hugh Howey is one of my favorite books of all time. It made me fall in love with apocalyptic stories by demonstrating that such stories aren’t just about crumbling worlds because of zombie-creating infections. I had to pick this book up when I saw Hugh Howey edited and wrote a story for The End is Nigh.
I was hooked from start to finish. Red Hands is a thrilling read full of heartbreak, empathy, and supernatural mysteries.