These are my top favorites I read this year. What do you think? Any suggestions on what I need to read next? Thanks for stopping by...Happy Holidays!!
10. Broken World --- Kate L. Mary This one is zombie light. Not as much gore and brain eating, but more of a survival story.
9. Broken Monsters---Lauren Beukes A great mix of grit, suspense, interesting characters, and eerie feelings. Sadly, I am still confused by this one. It could have been great but fell a little short.
8. The Ice Twins---S.K. Tremayne A lovely haunting mystery. Some of the twists are not hard to figure out, but you will enjoy getting there.
7. Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania---Erik Larson Mr. Larson is my go to for historical reads. If you find the Titanic interesting, you should check out the Lusitania!
6. Sweet---Emmy Laybourne An enjoyable, quick, horror read for those who like their humor dark. A little too gory and I was not thrilled with the ending but it was memorable.
5. The Titanic: The History and Legacy of the World's Most Famous Ship From 1907 to Today---Charles River Editors This is the definitive collection for the Titanic curious.
4. Two Weeks: A True Haunting--- Rebecca Patrick-Howard I am a HUGE horror fan and it takes a lot to scare me. This story was nightmare inducing.
3. Big Little Lies---Liane Moriarity A murder mystery wrapped in a clever disguise of a tale of friendship
2. Frozen Charlotte--- Alex Bell You know a book is super creepy when just discussing with a non-reader freaks them out!!! Alex Bell Rocks!
1. Ravensbruck: Life and Death in Hitler's Concentration Camp for Women--- Sarah Helm One of my favorite and most informative books of The Holocaust that I have ever read. Life changing!
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