Revenge by Dani Hoots is clear with its goal so it doesn’t unnecessarily hoard on sub-characters and plots. Read on for our take on it
Tokyo Ever After by Emiko Jean was filled with cliche plots and scenes but if you want to wind down after a tough day this is perfect.
Twenty Years Later by Charlie Donlea has a fluctuating pace and not just the audiobook but something that is in the book too.
Vampires, Hearts, & Other Dead Things by Margie Fuston is like two seperate dish which is trying hard to mix together but isn’t able to.
The Final Empire by Brandon Sanderson is an experience. Everything in this world is unique.The book weaves a tight-knit book.
Only a Monster keeps itself pacy, interesting and absolutely high on its elements. I loved how it kept reinventing itself.
You can pick up Dial A for Aunties by Jesse Q. Sutanto when you are having a rough time, because this book can instantly relax and calm you.
Where the Blame Lies by Mia Sheridan, to me this book is the definition of a worthwhile book filled with actual plot and content.
All Her Little Secrets by Wanda M. Morris is basically corporate politics against the backdrop of racial indiscrimination.
I would not recommend Dead Man Walking for the fear of somebody assuming that the relationship portrayed in the book is romance.