The start of a new year is always a great opportunity for new beginnings, which includes trying out some new books. A lot of our readers clearly made it their new year's resolution to read more books this year and judging by this list they are off to a good start.
In the first part of our article, we looked at books like The Story of Doctor Dolittle, Artemis Fowl, The Turn of the Screw, Death on the Nile and others that are in the process of hitting the big screen this year.
Whether things go like clockwork or the plan fails spectacularly due to unforeseen circumstances, readers have always enjoyed a good heist story. It is not a genre that is loved by the critics as much as detective stories, but this has never stopped readers.
Last year ended on a high note with plenty of great books to keep our readers entertained as they entered a new decade. The last month of 2019 offered plenty of great choices for all of the most popular genres.
A young priest is murdered in the Vatican, a researcher sneaks into the archives to see a heretical document, and there’s a suicide bomber at the Pieta. Is there a connection?
Numerous bestselling novels were turned into movies last year and some of them were box office success stories while others left fans disappointed. There were also a few films that were supposed to come out in 2019 that has now been pushed back to 2020 for various reasons.
The Dutch House by Ann Patchett is a 2019 novel with a story that spans multiple decades. The title refers to a mansion that is located in Pennsylvania, which served as a home to the Conroy family in the novel.
When We Were Liars by E. Lockhart was published in 2014, it quickly garnered critical acclaim and went on to win numerous awards. One of the major themes of this young-adult novel is how mistakes can sometimes have deadly consequences.
A Scarcity of Condors follows the story of Jude Tholet through life, death, and the mixed bag of highs and tragedies in between.  
Before it appeared on the big screen as an apocalyptic action horror starring Brad Pitt, World War Z was actually a 2006 novel by Max Brooks.
Lorna Dounaeva - People Aren't Always Who They Seem To Be
FEATURED AUTHOR - Lorna Dounaeva is a quirky British crime writer who once challenged a Flamenco troupe to a dance-off. She worked for the Home Office before turning to crime fiction. She loves books and films with strong female characters and her influences include Single White Female and Sleeping with the Enemy. She lives in Surrey with her husband and three children, who keep her busy wiping food off the ceiling and removing mints from USB sockets. As our Author of the Day, she tells us all about her book,… Read more