We're turning back the clock to reflect back on a "Three to Read" from a few weeks ago because I'm just not quite convinced these titles received all of the attention they deserve.
Bookstr's first "Three to Read" of 2021 brings us a secret spy, the debunking of the "laziness lie," and a Recluse running away from swine-creatures. Need I say more?
What does one (possible) dystopian future, one journey from self-loathing to self-acceptance, and one takeover by artificial intelligence get you? 3 to read!
Hello book-lovers and welcome back! It just keeps getting colder, so as if we really need another excuse to stay inside, here are this week's picks...
Hey, fellow book lovers! Welcome to Bookstr’s Three to Read! I hope you’re prepared for this holiday as we got some great reads for you to try. I know this pandemic has been more than crazy but what better way to spend your time than deep in a book? Check out the full video below!
Five Total Strangers
by Natalie D. Richards
Image via sourcebook
She thought being stranded was the worst thing that could happen. She was wrong.
Mira needs to get home for the holidays. Badly. But when an incoming blizzard results in a canceled connecting flight, it looks like she might get stuck at the airport indefinitely.
And then Harper, Mira’s glamorous seatmate from her initial flight, offers her a ride. Harper and her three friends can drop Mira off on their way home, but as they set off, Mira realizes her fellow travelers are all total strangers. And every one of them is hiding something.
Soon, roads go from slippery to terrifying. People’s belongings are mysteriously disappearing. Someone in the car is clearly lying, and may even be sabotaging the trip—but why? And can Mira make it home alive, or will this nightmare drive turn fatal?
This thrilling new read will have you on the edge of your seat as you dive deeper into Mira’s journey home. Be careful with which stranger you trust.
Coffee Shop read
The Noel Letter
by Richard Paul Evans
Image via Simon & Schuster
The Girl Who Wasn’t there
by Penny Joelson
Image via sourcebook
Nothing ever happens on Kasia’s street. And Kasia would know, because her chronic illness keeps her stuck at home, watching the outside world from her bedroom window. So when she witnesses what looks like a kidnapping, she’s not sure whether she can believe her own eyes…
There had been a girl in the window across the street who must have seen something too. But when Kasia ventures out to find her, she is told the most shocking thing of all: There is no girl.