I think I’ve found another book to look forward to. What drew me to this book was the synopsis sounded interesting. Plus, I’ve read some other stuff from this author and I’ve liked them so far. This latest book is suppose to be released on March 3 of 2020. I’m thinking about getting this on my Kindle Fire when it comes out.
In this twisty psychological thriller from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of THE CELLAR, Ivy finds out that her twin sister, Iris, is trying to push her out of her own life–and might be responsible for their mother’s death.
After their parents divorced, 10-year-old twins Ivy and Iris were split up–Ivy lived with Dad, Iris with Mom. Now, after a tragic accident takes their mom’s life, the twins are reunited and Iris moves in with Ivy and their dad. Devastated over Mom’s death, Iris spends the first few weeks in almost total silence–the only person she will speak to is Ivy. Iris feels her life is over and she doesn’t know what to do. Emmy promises her twin that she can share her life now. After all, they’re sisters. Twins.
It’s a promise that Iris takes seriously. And before long, Ivy’s friends, her life at school, and her boyfriend, Tyler, fall under Iris’s spell. Slowly, Ivy realizes she’s being pushed out of her own life. But she’s just being paranoid, right? And Mom’s accident was . . . just an accident. Right? It’s not like she–or Dad–or Tyler–are in any danger. . . .
This is my 100th post on my blog. I’m so excited! I know my blog hasn’t been around as long and I don’t have quite as many posts on it as some of the others out there. I’d just like to celebrate the little wins with those of you who are following my blog and like to read up on what I’m writing about. I also want to take this time to thank all of you who are following my blog and to anyone who takes the time to read, like or comment any article I write. I know you don’t have to take the time to do that but you did. For that, I say thank you.
Anyway, I’m close to finishing the book I’m currently reading so there will be another post coming soon about it. My thoughts are beginning to stray towards what book I’ll choose next when I am done with this one. So, how do you go about choosing that next book to read when you finish the one you’re on? Do you just pick a book at random? Do rotate through different genres so you don’t get burned out on anything? If so, what genres do you go through and in what order are they? Do you choose books by a specific author? Does your mood determine which one you pick up next? How do you choose?
I usually go by what I feel like reading at that specific moment. I usually spend a few minutes browsing my bookshelves (or my Kindle) to determine which book I’m going to read next. Sometimes, it is an agonizing decision but I do come to a choice eventually.
The nice thing about having a Kindle Fire is that I can take a bunch of books with me without taking up a bunch of room in my carry on when I travel. So, my question is…..which book should I read next when I take my next trip? Keep in mind, I’ve marked the e-books that I’ve read already and there is one that is currently in progress, however, which one should I start next when I finish that one? Do you have any other suggestions besides what is on this list?
A Haunting by L. I. Albemont (already read) The House with a Clock in Its Walls by John Bellairs (already read) Craven Manor by Darcy Coates Quarter to Midnight by Darcy Coates The Haunting of Ashburn House by Darcy Coates (already read) The House Next Door by Darcy Coates (already read) Night Music (Nocturnes Volume II) by John Connolly Aberrations by Joseph Delaney Murder has a Motive by Francis Duncan (already read) Murder for Christmas by Francis Duncan (already read) The Magician’s by Lev Grossman The Magician’s King by Lev Grossman The Magician’s Land by Lev Grossman The House of Dies Drear by Virginia Hamilton (already read) The Mystery of Drear House by Virginia Hamilton (already read) The Small Hand by Susan Hill Pet Sematary by Stephen King (in progress) 1922 by Stephen King The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye by David Lagercrantz Darker Daze: The Storms Within Volume I by A. L. Mabry Hell House by Richard Matheson (already read) Awake by Natasha Preston The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater The Dream Thieves by Maggie Stiefvater Blue Lily, Lily Blue by Maggie Stiefvater The Raven King by Maggie Stiefvater The House on Foster Hill by Jaime Jo Wright