With monsoon, it’s not just the rain for you to drown in. Books are pouring from the sky. Just stretch your arms and grab them all.
Quarantine has been a bit difficult for most of us. In times like these, it becomes important for us to keep us hydrated, motivated, and entertained.
To drift away from reality and finding yourself in the warmth of fantasy is always a wonderful idea. To keep you up longer in the fairy lighted bedsheet-tent, here is the list of books you can hibernate with:
The Year of the Witching by Alexis Henderson
A girl branded as cursed because of her mother’s sins. On discovering her mother’s journal she realises the grim truths of the church. A tale of empowerment through magic and power.
All These Monsters by Amy Tintera
This book is filled with teenagers, monster-fighting clubs, and a social message. Tintera picks a fantasy theme to convey the biggest evils are beyond monsters. They arrive when you least expect it.
Muse Squad: The Cassandra Curse by Chantel Acevedo
What if you discover that you are one of the nine musers in Greek mythology? Pretty cool, right? Callie Martinez Silva becomes a part of the junior Muse Squad and fights for the Cassandra Curse.
If you feel like living an alternate reality, we have sorted the deal for you as well. Some realist plot with the magic of words:
Love and Olives by Jenna Evans Welch
A common interest in greek myths and the city of Atlantis will reunite a father-daughter duo after decades. Santorini, to Evie felt like heaven on earth but slowly she starts discovering things kept unknown to her.
Little Scratch by Rebecca Watson
This book is a representation of how a woman’s mind would be working in an office space who hasn’t overcome her recent trauma.
A book set in a typical mundane office day narrating a fearless story.
One to Watch by Kate Stayman London
A plus-size fashion blogger with impressive Instagram followers is offered a reality show. A reality show where handsome men will fight for her affection. A story of struggle with her principles and coming out strong.
If mystery and thriller is your go-to vehicle, the following ones will suit you best:
Burn our Bodies Down by Rory Power
A toxic upbringing and a family unknown to Margot will take her to an adventurous ride. The question is how far will you go to discover your roots?
The Bright Lands by John Fram
A strong debut thriller about a town loving football and secrets. Joel made a life outside Bentley for some years now. His brother goes missing and he returns to Bentley to come across painful memories and darker truth.
The Unleashed by Danielle Vega
Much awaited sequel to The Haunted. It starts right after The Haunted’s “devastating blaze” at Steele’s house. As everyone assumes everything is normal, things start happening yet again. Flickering lights in the school library. Mysterious girl roaming the hall.
Hurry Home by Roz Nay
A psychological thriller unfolds after Alex’s perfect life meets with her lost sister Ruth. A local child goes missing and leaves a lot to dig.