Good books have a way of staying with you. When I read a good book, I often want to read other books by the same author. I want to know, can they recreate the same magic?
I’ve created a short list of books from authors that have written previous books that I have really enjoyed. If you are looking for the perfect read for this May or this summer, maybe one of these might capture your attention.
If you loved Molokai, check out the next one: Daughter of Molokai by Alan Brennert
If you liked The Thirteenth Taleby Diane Setterfield, try Once Upon A River. Diane is a beautiful writer whose words just come alive.
If The Orphan’s Talewas captivating, try The Lost Girls of Paris by Pam Jenoff.
If you loved Girl in Pieces, Kathleen Glasgow’s next novel How to Make Friends with the Dark.
The author of Eat, Pray, Love, Elizabeth Gilbert, has a new book out called City of Girls. Give it a try.
If you laughed at The Rosie Project and The Rosie Effect,try The Rosie Result by Graeme Simsion. Available May 28
Lisa Scottoline is a prolific author with novels that grab you and bring you in. Some of her books are Look Again, Think Twice, andOne Perfect Lie. Her new release is Someone Knows. Put the book in one hand and a margarita in the other.
If The Tiger’s Wife intrigued you, check out Inland by Tea Obreht due out August 2019.
If The Handmaid’s Tale was eye opening and made you subscribe to HULU, try the sequel, The Testaments by Margaret Atwood. (This book is available on Sep 10, 2019, so it has to be a fall read.