As you cuddle up in bed with your cup of hot chocolate, here are a few books you can get lost in during some chilly nights.
Donna Tartt’s, “The Goldfinch,” is wonderful literature with narrative composed with energy and power.
Tartt creates unforgettable characters which allows readers to capture their individual mysteries.
The story begins with a young boy Theo Deckor, who survived an accident that killed his mother.
Clinging on to his mother’s love his life begins to spiral into guilt and burden.
He observes a painting that captivates his dreams, past, future and fate that’s intoxicating.
“The Goldfinch is smartly written novel connecting with the heart and mind,” stated Stephen King in The New York Times.
Book lover Diane Prokop said, “This sprawling book explores the themes of love and loss, with its fascinating inner-workings and depth of the art world.”
Readers who enjoy Anna Dickens’ literature, will find themselves also enjoying the beautiful novels written by Tartt.
In Stephen King’s new captivating novel “Doctor Sleep” returns Don Torrance from “The Shining.”
He meets a young 12-year-old girl Abra Stone and becomes mesmerized by her.
Janet Maslin from The New York Times stated, “Mr. King’s earlier books were full of phantasms and demons, but he grew more adept at rooting his dark thoughts and toughest struggles in reality.”
Donald Hillard stated, “I waited with anticipation for Dr. Sleep.”
“I reread ‘The Shining’ to reacquaint myself with the world of Danny Torrance and the Overlook Hotel,” continued Hillard
This thrilling novel is recommended to the devoted readers of King.
“Sycamore Row” by John Grisham brings a racial tension and controversial trail exposing a tortured past.
Reviewer Steve Howes said,“This is a great story. At times it may make you want to resign from the human race due to its pettiness, greed and dishonesty.”
Grisham assures that this is a gripping novel consisting of a powerful testament and a thriller that will catch the reader’s attention.
“John Grisham is one of the most popular novelists of our time. He creates engaging characters, and clever plots,” stated Seattle Times.
If you are into high build up of plots, crime, and justice. This literature is recommended.
Diane Setterfield’s Bellman & Black captures a haunting moment that has the capability to follows a man forever.
“This story is haunting and unexpected,” stated Marie Gilbert.
The story follows William Bellman who is haunted by a childhood memory that stuck with him, until meeting a stranger leading to terrible consequences that result with him trying to save what remains of his life.
The novel captures the imagination and enchanting tale of haunting memories and sacrifices.
“Night Film” by Marisha Pessi, is “brilliant, haunting, breathtakingly suspenseful,” stated The New York Times.
It tells a haunting tale of a journalist who obsessed over the mysterious death of the daughter of an iconic filmmaker.
While solving the crime of the horrific murder, he begins to lose his mind and life, devoting to expose the killer.
“The best I have ever come across authentic creepiness, it becomes impossible not turning the pages,” said reviewer Claudia Gray.
“Night Film” is a suspenseful creation with that terrorizes the readers.
Each book satisfies the wanderlust within readers with its captivating page-turner.