I don’t want to jinx myself and say that I have already read my favorite book of the year, but this is holding the #1 spot right now. The characters Hannah develops in the Great Alone is unlike anything I’ve read before. I cried, I laughed, and I loved every minute. Advertisements
The hype is real behind this book! Unlike A Man Called Ove, Backman takes us on an emotional rollercoaster. I had to keep reminding myself a man wrote this, which is truly an accomplishment when writing about the subject matter at the heart of this book. Highly recommend.
As someone who reads a lot of thrillers, I was pleasantly surprised with Meg Gadriner’s Unsub. Unsub is originally crafted and quite a page-turner. I am excited to see where this series leads.
Thank you again to the author for a free copy of her latest installment in the Stillhouse Lake series. I listened to the audio version and really enjoyed hearing the next chapter in Gwen’s complicated life. If you enjoy an easy, readable suspense series, I highly recommend this series by Rachel Caine.
Thank you again to HarperCollins for the free book. I thoroughly enjoyed The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn. It was full of Hitchcock references and kept me on the edge of my seat. Well-written and creative, I can’t wait to see this adapted into a movie in the future!
Woah! That plot twist there at the end…I did NOT see coming! This is the perfect example of a psychological thriller with an unreliable narrator, if that’s your thing, be sure to pick this up in March 2018!
This dystopian novel was all over the place for me. I had a really hard time following along with all the different characters alongside the violence, drugs, and rape throughout. While certainly thought-provoking, not for the highly sensitive like myself. There is lots to talk about and would make a great book club book.