The Silver Serpent by Lena Jones is a quick, light and a bit of young Nancy Drew style read and that in our book means that this is PERFECT!
All the Dangerous Things by Stacy Willingham is a slow burn thriller that will take time for fruition but once it does, totally worth it !
As Good As Dead by Holly Jackson annoyed me to the core for absolutely treating one of the best book boyfriends ever, so badly.
The Headmaster’s List by Melissa de la Cruz could have been a lot of things but contrary to its promise, the secrets are all still blurry
Hunting Evil by Chris Carter is an absolutely immersive thriller, if you can overlook all the blood, gore and some volatile episodes
Redemption by David Baldacci makes me a bit more partial to Amos because of the consistency with which it has managed to outshine each book.
The Apprentice by Tess Gerritsen has major dips in between as there are a lot of inner battles and monologues but you can’t still ignore it
I didn’t know that this Greek reference would stay true for Minotaur by Simon Cleat. The book was one giant maze, I couldn’t find the way.
Escaping from Houdini by Kerri Maniscalco too delivers a twisty, dark thriller plot. Keeps you engaged and entertained but it has issues.
If you thought Ashwatthama vs Parashuram by Gunjan Porwal would go around the whole dynamics of these ancient figures, then hold my pen.