Okay, so this was the post I should’ve made last week after I had made the first part, but it slipped my mind. But anyways, if you had read the first part of this than hopefully you remember that all the ones that were listed were by April Henry. I have a few more books by her that I’d like to re-read sometime later but I’m keeping them at five for now. Anyways, hopefully you also remember that I’ll be listing more books by a different author. That author being Natasha Preston and I’ve talked about her a good bit so you might have figured that out already.
About Natasha Preston’s books, there are a couple that I read but I don’t actually own so I can’t go back and re-read them *teardrop* because her first book The Cellar is so worth rereading and it still continues to be my favorite of hers. Moving on, here’s a short list of her books that I have and will re-read and then a couple by a different author.
And another thing about her books, because I have already read them, I won’t worry about them hurting my heart because I know what to expect. Honestly, I don’t know if my heart can handle another cliffhanger or favorite character getting killed or becoming a psychopath. Anyways, moving on to the list
Now with this one, it took me a little while to get into it, but once I did, I was done in a couple hours. It’s about these two best friends who were going out to the lake in their small town and they end up getting taken by these two college guys who take them to this shed that has a lot of basement rooms, and each one for the most part have their own theme of torture. One will be temperature where it goes from scorching hot to freezing cold, another one will be starvation where they stay in there for days to weeks at a time without eating, etc. And when the two girls are taken there they realize they weren’t the only ones taken and there’s a small group of people already there.
This is also about two best friends, Esme and Kayla, who are counselors at a summer camp they went to ten years ago as little girls. But that summer, something happened, an accident, that they vowed no one would know. But someone does, someone seeking out revenge. Now, Esme and Kayla find a message THE LAKE NEVER FORGETS. Their secret is about to resurface and whoever knows is now out for blood. This one and The Lost were total emotional roller coasters that I can’t wait to reread.
This is by far my favorite series, and I’m not really sure if Holly Jackson has any other books besides these but if she does, I am definitely reading them. These books follow the story of Pip Fitz-Amobi who is a senior in high school that decides to solve a murder case that isn’t as open and shut as everyone thinks for her big senior project. But her journey’s only begun from there. One thing I absolutely love about these books is that the second and third one both involve mysteries that relate to the one in the first book. The author continues the storyline really welly. I will say, that this is a series where you have to start with the first book in order to understand it. It’s not one of those where you don’t have to read the first in order to understand the second and third.
Anyways, that’s the rest of the books that I intend to reread after The Cruel Prince. I hope that these have peaked your interests and if you’d like to read any of these, I can’t recommend them more. I hope that you all have a very merry Christmas and I will be back to you in a couple of weeks:)