Top Picks

With all the books out there it’s hard to decide what to read next so here are a few of my top favorite must-be-read books!

 

The 100 Year MiracleThe 100 Year Miracle by Ashley Ream: Once in every 100 years, the bay around an island off the coast of Washington glows green for six days. For Dr. Rachel Bell, these sea creatures represent a possible solution for her terrible pain and suffering. When her team of researchers goes to study the creatures, she will do anything to prove her theory as the clock winds down…. Read my full review here.

I Let You GoI Let You Go by Clare Mackintosh: This is easily one of the best mystery novels I’ve ever read. With a WILD plot twist that I didn’t see coming AT ALL, I couldn’t put it down. The story begins on a rainy afternoon when a young boy runs ahead of his mom on the way home from school and gets hit by a car. The child dies on impact and the car speeds off without a trace. Right from the start, with this dark and eerie prologue, this book consumed me. Read my full review here.

Pretty Girls by Karin SlaughterPretty Girls by Karin Slaughter: Very dark. Very twisted. Very engaging. Pretty Girls definitely isn’t for the light hearted reader, and even though I was disgusted and horrified at times, I couldn’t put it down. Read my full review here.

 

The Nightingale by Kristin HannahThe Nightingale by Kristin Hannah: I cannot stop recommending The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah! It’s just that good. A story of two sisters living in France during World War II and how they each deal with Nazi occupation. I loved the characters and just about bawled my eyes out in the end. Don’t miss this book. Full review here.

Along the Infinite SeaAlong the Infinite Sea by Beatriz Williams: It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of Beatriz Williams and her books. I was even tempted to jump on an airplane just to attend her latest book tour. She’s done it again with Along the Infinite Sea. In this story we focus in on Pepper, the feistiest of the Schuyler sisters. We also meet Annabelle, who unexpectedly comes into Pepper’s life just when she needs help, and we learn of her incredible history in Europe between the two world wars. I adored each of these characters and I hope you do too! Learn more in my review here. 

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