The Executioner by Chris Carter is perfect for anybody who wouldn’t mind gruesome violence in their books. Read on for our take
The crucifix killer by Chris Carter is violent, gruesome and fodder for the nightmares. but the same reasons make this book more enticing.
With the Fire on High by Elizabeth Acevedo deals with a very sensitive and emotional story with absolute charm and without making it heavy.
Hell Bay by Kate Rhodes is set in a sleepy little remote island and the mystery and the plot takes on that mood as well. Very melancholic.
Good Girl Bad Blood by Holly Jackson delivers well on all the goodness of its prequel. There is an exciting new mystery in town.
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.