The thing about Firekeeper’s Daughter is that the thing that bothered me about the book is what made it special too.I kept going back to it.
The Dead and the Dark by Courtney Gould
If you love a bit of dark and spooky thriller, then the dead and the dark has got it. Imagine a sleepy Hollow kind of thriller.
The Good Lie by A.R. Torre
if you love a good thriller, with a bit of dark side, with a little psychological angle and have good twists then The Good Lie is perfect.
The Drowning Kind by Jennifer McMahon
The drowning kind is like a panther. It moves sheathed in darkness and pounces on you when you are least expect.
That Weekend by Kara Thomas
That Weekend is a good thriller but It’s the plot ending that will make or break the book for you but that is something up to each readers.
The Shadow by James Patterson and Brian Sitts
With The Shadow, it faltered at its execution stage because they had all these amazing pieces but didn’t know where or how to fit these pieces
The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner
The Lost Apothecary takes a bit time to get into its full spirits but once it does, then you can see its magic. You need a bit time
House of Hollow by Krystal Sutherland
With a platter of weirdly good characters,House of Hollow has an amazing story narration that keeps it so engaging.
Still Mine by Amy Stuart
Still Mine was dark, twisted and one that played with your mind. The pace maybe has risked it a bit but in all, I would say it was nice.
Hunting Prince Dracula by Kerri Maniscalco
I was on board with Hunting Prince Dracula because of the romance but I am getting addicted because of the plot strengths.