Five Books Worthy Of Sharing
One issue I always hear from fellow readers is: What do I read next? Well, here are a few books worthy of sharing with a friend that will keep you wanting more!
1.) Still Missing by Chevy Stevens
This book will leave you on the edge of your seat, waiting to see what happens next. Realtor Annie O’Sullivan shows a house to a particularly unusual man. When he captures her, she must think quickly and strategically to escape. But what lies between the pages will show you as Chevy guides us through this heart-thumping suspense. Will Annie ever be able to escape? Stevens also has other suspense books well worth the read.
2.) Stillhouse Lake by Rachel Caine
Another suspenseful novel to keep you wanting more, Stillhouse Lake is the first book in a series. A mother of two discovers her husband’s dark and twisted hidden identity when she pulls up to her house and is greeted by the police. Now, she must do everything in her power to protect her children from crazed-copycats and internet trolls who want to see them pay for the actions of her husband. Who can she trust when things take a scary turn?
3.) Postcard Killers by James Patterson
Another great read from this author. Patterson takes us on a journey through the head of Detective Jacob Kanon as he investigates murders throughout Europe that seem all too similar to one another. While in the middle of the investigation, Jacob must also face some issues in his own life. Will he manage to get it all together to hunt down the eerie postcard killers who are lingering just out of his grip?
4.) The Center of Everything by Laura Moriarty
This one is a great mother-daughter read. Young Evelyn is trying to navigate through life in Kansas with her single mom, who struggles to get by. As they face new challenges—financially, with family, school, and new boyfriends, they must learn to accept their differences and tackle the obstacles in front of them. This book addresses a lot of issues and helps bring up certain topics, such as death and the challenges of living with a family member who has a disability.
5.) Where the Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls
Another fantastic coming-of-age book that could be a great father-son read. Travel through the Ozarks with young Billy and his coonhounds, Dan and Ann, as they learn to hunt and tree-hunt the creatures of the wild while living in the country. This one tackles some deep topics, such as death. So have your tissue-box ready—this one is a tear-jerker. Be sure to check out the 2003 movie or the 1974 film after reading!