Vicious by V.E. Schwab

Vicious by V.E. Schwab

As college students, Victor Vale and Eliot Cardale were close friends with a competitive streak and an undercurrent of disapproval and frustration. They were friends more because they complemented each other in ways no one else could rather than any real affection. For their culminating project, they focus their research on EOs, ExtraOrdinary people with superhuman abilities. Most people are sceptical of the existence of EOs, and so are they until the science starts to make sense. Soon enough, they unlock the secret to becoming an EO, and everything goes south. By the time they are both powered up, a bunch of people are dead, Eli has disappeared, and Victor is locked away in prison.
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Birthday Girl by Penelope Douglas

Birthday Girl  by Penelope Douglas

Birthday Girl by Penelope Douglas blew me away! Once I read the synopsis for this book, I knew it would be one that I would drop everything to read. And I did. I stayed up till late reading this book the night it landed on my kindle. I wanted to slow down and enjoy the story, but I had to know what would happen. I could not put it down. This book was straight up addicting and I loved every minute of it!

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The Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris

The Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris

The Silence of the Lambs is one of the most taunting, suspenseful, psychological thrillers ever written. This novel is harrowing, dark, moody, sober, and truly frightening, yet exhilarating. The intimate and disturbing characterisations of mass murderers who mutilate their victims (usually female) were shocking, particularly the character of the evil Hannibal Lecter.
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The Institute

The Institute

After reading this synopsis, I just knew I wanted to read this book as soon as it came out. I pre-ordered this one on the 23rd July, with a release date of September 10th. Seeing as it needed to be shipped to the Netherlands from the UK, I had to wait until September 15th, before I finally had the book in my hands.

King’s magic is in his characters, and this one is no exception. The story mainly revolves around Luke Ellis, a twelve-year-old with a brain the size of New York and an institution where more children are being kept than one can imagine with a classic Stephen King twist. ⁣
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