Binge-Worthy Books

As some of you have gone back to school and work, you may have a hard time fitting in a good read between your busy schedule. So, we’ve decided to give you guys a great list of amazing binge-worthy books to read. Whether that be between classes, during your commute or during your lunch break, these books will fit right into your schedule! Let’s dive in.

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Cold Storage by David Koepp

For those who need a bit of action and excitement in between a busy schedule, Cold Storage will definitely give you what you want. David Koepp takes you along a terrifying journey with three strangers collaborating in order to save humanity from a highly contagious and deadly organism.

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The Chestnut Man by Soren Sveistrup

This book will definitely put you into a spooky mood for fall. From the creator of The Killing comes a horrifying tale of a psychopath called The Chestnut Man. He leaves his signature “chestnut man”, made of two chestnuts and matchsticks, at every crime scene. Once you’ve found one, he has already found you.

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Take It Back by Kia Abdullah

This chilling thriller is about a sixteen-year-old girl who accuses four teenage boys of an unthinkable action. Throughout the book it’s hard to decide which side to take. If you’ve read this one already, tell us whose side you’re on Savvy Readers!

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The Last Widow by Karin Slaughter

For all of you Will Trent fans, this one will be a quick and binge-worthy book. Karin Slaughter has brought back Will Trent, but this time with a crazy kidnapping, a huge explosion and one diabolical enemy. You won’t want to put this book down!

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After the Flood by Kassandra Montag

Kassandra Montag shares a heart-wrenching story of a mother’s horrifying quest to find her long-time missing daughter, Row. She then has to decide whether it’s worth risking her other daughter, Pearl, and the other travelers, in order to find Row.

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A Girl Named Anna by Lizzy Barber

What would you do if your entire life was a lie? Anna has always been obedient towards her mother’s rules, but when she turns eighteen, she rebels against her mother’s wishes and suddenly disappears. Years later, her sister Rosie, is determined to find out the truth about her sister’s whereabouts.

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Home Front Girls by Suzanne Hayes and Loretta Nyhan

These two authors share a beautiful story of two women who connect through letters they’ve sent to each other. They’ve bonded over their husbands who both are fighting a war away from home. Through their loneliness, both women are able to carry through their friendship in such dark times.

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The Nanny by Gilly MacMillan

In the summer of 1988, Hannah, Jocelyn’s nanny disappears without a trace. In Jocelyn’s devastation, she eventually became bitter and distant, and decides to leave her parents. Thirty years later, human remains were uncovered on her parent’s estate, leaving Jocelyn questioning her parents.

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The Last Train to London by Meg Waite Clayton

This great binge-worthy book focuses on a true story of a heroic female protagonist during the pre-World War-II-Era. Although, she is unable to bear children, she risks her life to save Jewish children from Nazi Germany. This novel shares the courage in the face of hatred.

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The Missing Wife by Sam Carrington

If you started questioning everyone closest to you, what would you do? Louisa celebrates her fortieth birthday with a room full of strangers she hasn’t spoken to in years, organized by her friend Tiff. A man’s wife goes missing after the party. Everyone seems to have remembered the night differently when Louisa tried to find out what happened to her.

What’s the most binge-worthy book you’ve read recently, Savvy Readers? Do you prefer to devour a book or take your time with it? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter @SavvyReader!

Happy reading,

Chantel

One thought on “Binge-Worthy Books

  1. The most binge-worthy books that I have read recently are The Nanny by Gilly MacMillan, Someone We Know by Shari Lapena, and Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware. I would love to hear what other people thought of Ruth Ware’s ending.

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