Adult Fiction, ARC Reviews, Horror/Thriller

Survive the Night by Riley Sager

Ages 18+

Survive the Night

What a wild ride! Charlie meets fellow student Josh near the ride board. at their college The board is meant for students to meet up and get rides home with each other. Charlie has a difficult past, having lost both her parents in a car crash, as well as having her roommate and best friend murdered by the Campus Killer. As she continues with ride home with Josh, Charlie suspects something is off about him, and finds holes in his story. This one kept me on the edge of my seat the entire time. Survive the Night is Sager’s best one yet!

Thanks to Netgalley for a review copy of this book.

ARC Reviews, Horror/Thriller

You Will Remember Me by Hannah Mary McKinnon

Ages 18+

You Will Remember Me

A man wakes up on the beach with a gash in his head and can’t remember who he is.. Lily Reid’s boyfriend Jack went missing and she is desperate to have him back. Maya Scott is frantically looking for her estranged stepbrother Asher, and when she finds him, his memory is missing. The enthralling story takes readers on a journey as all of these lives intertwine, and it is a wild ride!

Thanks to Netgalley for a review copy of this book.

Adult Fiction, ARC Reviews, Horror/Thriller

The Maidens by Alex Michaelides

Ages 18+

The Maidens

From the very beginning, we know that Edward Fosca is a murderer. Of this the main character, Mariana, is certain. Fosca is a Greek tragedy professor at the Cambridge University and is loved by both his colleagues and students, especially the group of women known as The Maidens. Mariana is a group therapist who becomes obsessed with Fosca when one of the Maidens is found murdered. This thriller is twisty and a great sophomore novel to follow up The Silent Patient.

Thanks to Netgalley for a review copy of this book.

Adult Fiction, ARC Reviews, Horror/Thriller, Series

Win by Harlan Coben

Ages 18+

Win (Windsor Horne Lockwood III, #1)

Readers will recognize Win from Harlan Coben’s Myron Bolitar series, but will be pleased that there is a new series devoted to Win. A robbery was committed at Patricia Lockwood’s family estate, and she was abducted on top of it. She escaped, but so did her captors. Now, over twenty years later, Win is on the hunt to find them and bring them to justice. This thriller is not to be missed!

Thanks to Netgalley.com for a review copy of this book.

Adult Fiction, Horror/Thriller

The Last Thing She Remembers by J.S. Monroe

Ages 18+

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The main character doesn’t remember who she is, let alone her first name. She arrives at the train station and realizes her bag has been stolen – so she doesn’t have I.D. to help her. She does remember where she lives, however. She goes to her home, only to find a couple living there who say that it’s their home, and don’t recognize her either. Will she ever figure out who she is? This thriller gripped me from the first page to the last. 

ARC Reviews, Horror/Thriller

Shiver by Allie Reynolds

Ages 18+

Shiver

Milla is invited to a reunion with 4 of her friends in the French Alps with a cryptic message, but she’s intrigued. She hasn’t seen them for 10 years and is excited to reconnect. They’ll be missing their friend Saskia, however, who disappeared all those years ago. Will they ever find out what happened to her? This is a gripping debut that’s not to be missed!

Thanks to Netgalley for a review copy of this book.

ARC Reviews, Horror/Thriller

The Girls Are All So Nice Here by Laurie Elizabeth Flynn

Ages 18+

Ambrosia Wellington graduated from Wesleyan College 10 years ago, and is dreading going to the reunion, not only because she just plain doesn’t want to go, but she receives an anonymous note from someone who wants revenge for something she and her college bff did all those years ago. Fast-paced and intriguing, this thriller is not to be missed!

Thanks to Netgalley for a review copy of this book.

Adult Fiction, ARC Reviews, Horror/Thriller

The Stranger in the Mirror by Liv Constantine

Ages 18+

Addison is about to get married, but she’s nervous because she doesn’t really know who she is. A few years ago she was rescued by a kindly man who found her by the side of the road, but her memory never returned, so she made up a name and an identity.

In Boston, Julian is trying to figure out where his wife Cassandra is and why she would have disappeared two years ago and leave him and their seven-year-old daughter behind.

Constantine’s new novel is psychologically twisty and page-turny!

Thanks to Netgalley for a review copy of this book.

Adult Fiction, Horror/Thriller, Science Fiction

The Dead Zone by Stephen King

Ages 18+

The Dead Zone

I listened to the audiobook version of this book and absolutely loved it! Johnny Smith had a hockey accident on the ice as a child, and then a car accident as an adult which left him in a coma for almost 5 years. His life not only drastically changed after he woke up from the coma, but he was given a special ability to see things both past and future just by touching people. Now he is on a case helping out the local sheriff, and a hometown hero.