We hope you are ready for some new books this week as there are some great releases which have just hit the shelves. This week calls for a hint of science fiction, a little bit of mystery, and a whole lot of romance. We have selected a real mix which should keep any reader happy no matter what genre you normally read. Have a look at these three books and pick one to take to the beach this week.
Dark Age by Pierce Brown
This is the fifth book in the critically acclaimed Red Rising Saga which follows the character of Darrow on a Hunger Games in space adventure. Essentially, the colonized galaxies are populated by people who are ranked according to the color of their eyes which determines what industries they can work with and we don’t mean the regular blue and green colored eyes but instead, red, violet, white and so on. In this latest installment, Darrow must continue to wage his war against the au Lune family who continues to want to dominate the galaxies and keep the gold-eyes in power. Darrow is bent on keeping the world free of any caste system and this latest novel will definitely keep fans enthralled.
How To Hack A Heartbreak by Kristin Rockaway
The world of online dating is at the center of this novel which stars Mel Strickland as a character constantly searching for love through the app Fluttr which is essentially Tinder. As a programmer at a start-up herself, she finds that the men on Fluttr are generally pretty awful in terms of some of the things they say and the pictures that filter into her inbox. On a whim, she decides to put her coding skills to work and create her own dating app which gives users the opportunity to say which men and women on other dating apps are the good ones and which ones should be avoided at all costs. Naturally, it is an instant hit but she may just find that this app is going to cause her more problems than the ones she set out to fix, namely finding love herself.
Someone We Know by Shari Lapena
Last but not least, here is the mystery novel you need to read. If you enjoy sleepy mysteries that are full of suburban secrets, affairs of the heart, and an occasional murder then this will be the book you cannot put down. Someone’s son has been up to no good and hacking into neighborhood computers which becomes apparent to all when secrets start to filter around the community that should have stayed quiet. Then a member of this small neighborhood is murdered and everyone is faced with the question of who did it. Is it the son or is it someone who is worried about another secret coming out? You will just have to read to find out which it is.