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The bestselling author I chose for this week's TTT is the infamous Hugh Howey, author of The Silo Series. The Silo Serious is true dystopian at its best. If you are looking for a novel with an unsettling society, a penchant for relatable characters, or just some classic science fiction, below are a few recommendations if you like any of Hugh Howey's novels.
I've always been a fan of thrillers, and 2015 has been a great year for discovering new ones! If you loved The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins (and I know a lot of people did, myself included), tend to like unreliable narrators, and love a fast-paced psychological thriller, give these books a try:
7. If you like Landline by Rainbow Rowell, read The Status of All Things by Liz Fenton
It's got that supernatural element to let the main character go back and try and fix her relationship with her fiance before the moment it all went wrong.
I don't read a lot of popular to the masses fiction, but I have read a lot of romances. Julia Quinn is one of the most popular historical romance authors and thus I recommend these three books that are sort of in line with the same style Julia Quinn used in her old Bridgerton books. They are all at random parts in a series but still good books on their own.
9 -- What I Did for a Duke by Julie Anne Long
10 -- A Rogue by Any Other Name by Sarah MacLean
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I loved The Girl on the Train, so Where They Found Her looks right up my alley. My library has it, so I just reserved it! (I love online reserving). :) My TTTReplyDelete
As usual more books to look up and check out! This weekly event is so much fun and brings me to new books and authors every time! Thanks My Top TenReplyDelete
I love the variety of choices on here. I really want to read The Girl With All The Gifts!!ReplyDelete
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Katrina @ Chased By My Imagination
I enjoy so much reading The Girl on the Train, so I will enjoy in your choices too.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing.
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I LOVED Before I Go To Sleep, and I'm definitely going to check out the other thriller recommendations on that list!ReplyDelete
I just added In a Dark, Dark Wood to my TBR list!ReplyDelete
Ahh I've just added The Status of All Things to my wishlist! For starters the cover is beautiful and secondly Landline is my favourite Rainbow Rowell title! Thanks for sharing :)ReplyDelete
Laura @ What's Hot?
In a Dark, Dark Wood is on my October Spooky TBR. If you like Gone GIrl, and Girl on the Train, try the Good GIrl by Mary Kubica. Also features an unreliable female narrator, about a kidnapping in Chicago and the wilderness of Minnesota.ReplyDelete
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Ah, The Passage! That was an amazing book.ReplyDelete