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8 Unputdownable Books – They’re THAT Good

If you’ve ever read an unputdownable book you know the thrill of starting a new book and not having the willpower to stop reading. Unputdownable books captivate you from page one and keep you on the edge of your seat until you’re finished. The pages fly by as you race to the finish, excited to see how the story ends. Not all books are unputdownable. It takes a special combination of a great storyline, fast-paced writing, and relatable characters.

If you’re looking to put some excitement into your reading and fall in love with a book so deeply you can’t put it down, take a look at our recommendations. These books will have you hooked.

 

The Prince By Nanishka Torres

The Prince is the definition of a page turner. This 100 page read goes by in the blink of an eye as you zoom through the pages eager to find out what happens next. You’re quickly immersed in the world of Fenrir while you follow the story of Prince Callum. After the Prince’s significant other, Lorkan, is kidnapped, Callum starts a reckless mission to find his lover. However, Lorkan is anything but a damsel in distress. The two soulmates will stop at nothing to find each other again. This fantasy novel is unputdownable, the action never ceases, and the adventure sucks you into a world of chaos.

 

 

 

 

 

 

XX V XY: The Final World War By Christina Cigala And Bobby Goldstein

XX v XY is the kind of book that once it’s open, you won’t be able to close it until you’ve read the entire book. The story takes you to a dystopian future America that is both terrifying and seemingly plausible. The various conflicts will enthrall you; the conflict between West v. East America, men v. women, reason v. love, slavery v. death. Follow the story of two young women as they struggle to survive in a world bracing for war.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ivory Ghosts Adapted By Caitlin O’Connell, Art By Debora Carita And Liezl Buenaventura

Ivory Ghosts may be a quick read, but you’ll want to spend extra time admiring the amazing artwork. This comic book was designed to bring about awareness of the tragic ivory trade. You’ll want to re-read this unputdownable comic over and over.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Next Therapist Please By Laurie Finkelstein

You won’t be able to put down this side-splitting novel. Next Therapist Please uses humor to explore the serious topic of mental illness. Grab a copy for yourself and a few for your friends – it’s for a good cause. 10% of gross book sales are donated to NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness.  While Next Therapist Please is the kind of book you will fly through, it will definitely stick with you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

How Women Negotiate From a Position of Strength by Raye Mitchell Esq.

If you’re motivated to make a change and better yourself, How Women Negotiate From a Position of Strength will keep you turning the pages until you’re finished. It features an interactive workbook to help you organize and strategize.  Learn how to strengthen your personal brand and negotiate your way into success. This book is a tool to help the reader beat the odds and negotiate from a position of strength and leverage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Engine Woman’s Light By Laurel Anne Hill

You won’t be able to stop turning the pages as you fly through this steampunk adventure. Winner of the Best Indie Book Award, The Engine Woman’s Light is a one-of-a-kind read. In this alternate history, undesirables are packed onto trains and taken to asylums where they are forced to work until their death.  Ancestors communicate with the living, and ghosts have an interest in human affairs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Journeyman By Mark J. Rose

Journeyman is the first book in the Matt Miller in the Colonies series. If you would rather listen to your unputdownable book, pick up the Journeyman audio book. When Matt time travels to colonial America, he faces a difficult choice – start life over again or return home. Whether you’re reading or listening you won’t want to stop following the adventure.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gates Of Midnight: Warrior At The Gate By Debbie Lynn Smith

You’ll be able to devour this graphic novel in one sitting. Gates of Midnight is full of mystery, action, drama, and best of all, monsters. Mythological monsters, creatures thought to only exist in legends and tall tales, have breached our world and are wreaking havoc. With stunning artwork and a thrilling story, you won’t be able to set this graphic novel down.

Bree has a love of books and a passion for sharing stories. As a book blogger, writer and admin of this site, Bree’s goal is to spread the joy of reading with others.

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