We all have those people on our Christmas lists. You know, the ones that are set in their ways and aren’t willing to branch out and try anything new. The good news for you is that there is enough variety to explore within their favourite genres! Here are five bestselling novels and their (perhaps) lesser-known but equally amazing counterparts for the reader on your list who knows exactly what they like!
The Woman In The Window by A.J. Finn
The Woman in the Window perfected the art of the twist ending and was arguably the most shocking thriller of 2019. If you’re looking for more books that are similar in style and twist, give these incredibly thrilling reads a shot!
The Alice Network by Kate Quinn
The Alice Network is an enthralling, wonderfully told work of historical fiction centering on female resistance fighters during World War II. If you’re looking for some other works of historical fiction that cover a similar time period and will give you all the feels, check these novels out!
Killer by Doug Gilmour
Everyone has a massive sports fan in their family, right? That person may even be you! If you can’t get enough of the gritty realism of a good sports bio or if you’re looking to learn the surprising stories of your favourite players, look no further than these amazing books!
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck is an international bestseller and took the self-help world by storm seemingly overnight. Looking for some self-guided learning, but without the preachy bs? Check out these enormously helpful books!
Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie
Who doesn’t like a good ol’ fashioned murder mystery with just enough inventiveness to keep you on your toes? No one in history was as good at keeping readers guessing than Agatha Christie, but these three books are about as close as you’re going to get!
There you have it, folks – a micro gift guide for all of those difficult-to-shop-for readers on your list. Are any of your friends or family getting any of these books this year? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter @SavvyReader!
14 days until Christmas!