Happy Friday the 13th!!
(I was born on a Friday the 13th so this is a lucky day for me 😉)
Today I wanted to post something a little different on my blog. One of my favorite things to do to pass the time is to cozy up with a good book. Some of my favorite books to read are physiological/ suspense thrillers. I just can't seem to put those types of stories down! I wanted to share a few of my faves with you in hopes that you may enjoy these books as much as I do!
Thank you all so much for stopping by! Happy reading and enjoy your weekend!
Behind Closed Doors - B.A. Paris: I just finished this book and it was by far my favorite! What an incredible story! I cannot get over all of the twists and turns this book takes. It bounces back and forth between present and past which for me helped drive the story forward even faster. I literally had the chills when I finished reading it!
The Girl on the Train- Paula Hawkins: This book has become very popular due to the fact it was made into a movie. This was the first one I read out of the four listed and it was what kicked off my reading binge haha. I like that this book bounces between a few different characters and from past and present which keeps you on your toes. I would recommend reading the book first before you see the film.
In a Dark, Dark Wood- Ruth Ware: This is my second favorite book out of the four. What a great story! Again is bounces back and for between past and present. the story keeps you guessing until the end and when the truth is revealed I literally cried "WHAT!?!?!?" out loud haha! Such great book! This was the first book written by Ruth Ware. The next book is her second book she wrote. you sent have to read them in order.. One book is independent from the other.
The Woman in Cabin 10- Ruth Ware: I love the style that Ruth Ware writes in. This story came to life for me and I felt like I was actually on the yacht with these characters! I felt like I was losing it like the character haha! This book probably was probably my least favorite out of the four but none the less it was a great book!