It’s Book of the Month time! I skipped my Novemeber box (which is an awesome feature of your subscription) because there was a general lack of thrillers, but December I actually had to narrow down my options – they were all such good options!
BOOK OF THE MONTH
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Box Type: Monthly book subscription! Choose one of 5 specially selected titles, plus add on any other book they have (even in their archives) for just $9.99/each (way cheaper than retail for a hardcover).
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Check out the December options here:
My choice this month was Pull Me Under by Kelly Luce. It’s a psychologically complex novel about a woman who returns to her native Japan where she must confront the murder she committed in her childhood (which she has kept hidden in her adult life). Not necessarily a thriller, but highly recommended and the story seemed interesting enough to divert from my normal reading for once.
I also added on No One Knows by J.T. Ellison for only $9.99! This book has been described as an intense thriller, following an emotionally unstable woman who has been accused of murdering her missing husband. It’s been compared to Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train in terms of atmosphere, pace, and addictiveness.
You Will Know Me by Megan Abbott: A young adult thriller about gymnasts and…. gasp… murder. It was really hard for me to pass this one up.
The Sun is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon: Over the course of a single day in New York City, two teenagers who have nothing in common randomly meet and fall in love. This story sounds really interesting, and from what I can gather from reviews, it’s superbly written.
Swimming Lessons by Claire Fuller: This book isn’t set to be released until February. It seems like BOTM does this frequently; you have access to best sellers before they’re even available in stores! I will probably end up buying this one next month as an add-on if it’s still available because the story sounds great. A woman disappears on the beach, leaving her family behind. When she is mysteriously spotted 12 years later, her daughter must piece togehter clues as to why she left and what became of her.
Whatever Happened to Interracial Love? by Kathleen Collins: Like Swimming Lessons, this book is available before it’s even out on shelves. A compilation of short stories that are humorous, poignant, perceptive, devastating, and full of complex, compelling characters.
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