Wednesday, May 2, 2018

On My Wishlist {15}

On My Wishlist is where I share books that have recently made it on to my radar. These are the books I added to my wishlist in the past week:

I'm Thinking of Ending Things by Iain Reid



In this deeply suspenseful and irresistibly unnerving debut novel, a man and his girlfriend are on their way to a secluded farm. When the two take an unexpected detour, she is left stranded in a deserted high school, wondering if there is any escape at all. What follows is a twisted unraveling that will haunt you long after the last page is turned.

In this smart, suspenseful, and intense literary thriller, debut novelist Iain Reid explores the depths of the human psyche, questioning consciousness, free will, the value of relationships, fear, and the limitations of solitude. Reminiscent of Jose Saramago’s early work, Michel Faber’s cult classic Under the Skin, and Lionel Shriver’s We Need to Talk about Kevin, I’m Thinking of Ending Things is an edgy, haunting debut. Tense, gripping, and atmospheric, this novel pulls you in from the very first page…and never lets you go.

Many of you guys did not like I'm Thinking of Ending Things so I've put off adding it to my wishlist until now. My curiosity has gotten the better of me, and I just can't help myself. I really want to read it.



Gilchrist by Christian Galacar


Gilchrist is as beautiful as it is terrifying—a novel of mounting suspense, with an unsettlingly human heart at its core. . . black as it may be.

Two years after losing their infant son to a tragic accident, Peter Martell, a novelist with a peculiar knack for finding lost things, and his wife, Sylvia, are devastated to learn they may no longer be able to have children. In need of a fresh start, and compelled by strange dreams, the couple decide to rent a lake house in the idyllic town of Gilchrist, Massachusetts, a place where bad things might just happen for a reason. As bizarre events begin to unfold around them—a chance encounter with a gifted six-year-old boy, a series of violent deaths, and repeated sightings of a strange creature with a terrifying nature—Peter and Sylvia find themselves drawn into the chaos and soon discover that coming to Gilchrist may not have been their decision at all.

Set against a small New England town in the summer of 1966, Gilchrist is a sinister tale about the haunting origins of violence, evil, and the undying power of memory.

Gilchrist was highly recommended to me by Lilyn. One of my audible credits has Gilchrist written all over it!



Obscura by Joe Hart


She’s felt it before…the fear of losing control. And it’s happening again.

In the near future, an aggressive and terrifying new form of dementia is affecting victims of all ages. The cause is unknown, and the symptoms are disturbing. Dr. Gillian Ryan is on the cutting edge of research and desperately determined to find a cure. She’s already lost her husband to the disease, and now her young daughter is slowly succumbing as well. After losing her funding, she is given the unique opportunity to expand her research. She will travel with a NASA team to a space station where the crew has been stricken with symptoms of a similar inexplicable psychosis—memory loss, trances, and violent, uncontrollable impulses.

Crippled by a secret addiction and suffering from creeping paranoia, Gillian finds her journey becoming a nightmare as unexplainable and violent events plague the mission. With her grip weakening on reality, she starts to doubt her own innocence. And she’s beginning to question so much more—like the true nature of the mission, the motivations of the crew, and every deadly new secret space has to offer.

Merging thrilling science-fiction adventure with mind-bending psychological suspense, Wall Street Journal bestselling author Joe Hart explores both the vast mysteries of outer space and the even darker unknown that lies within ourselves.

The reviews are so good for Obscura. It comes out next week, and I need it!



Have you read or are you planning to read any of these? What books have recently made it onto your wishlist?

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9 comments:

  1. I have two out of those three in my tbr (the first two) and can't wait for your reviews!

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  2. I say go for it with I’m Thinking of Ending Things. I always end up liking the lesser liked ones.

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  3. Obscura is the only one on this list I recognize and have on my tbr. Here's hoping it'll be good!

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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  4. The first two covers are certainly quite interesting and they all have creepy vibes...

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  5. I'm Thinking of Ending Things looks super moody and atmospheric, I have to admit I'm curious about what tht one's like. Obscura sounds AWESOME.

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  6. I'm so excited to read Obscura too. It sound so darn good. I've heard some great things about I'm Thinking of Ending Things so once you read it and I hear your thoughts, maybe I'll give it a go!

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  7. I really liked Im Thinking of Ending Things. Its well executed I just think it went in a way different direction than many were expecting and thus spurned a lot of dislike. I found it to be a quick, atmospheric and unsettling read.

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  8. I have a copy of Obscura and I can't wait to start, it's getting awesome reviews!

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  9. Love, love, love! I want all of these right this minute. Thank you so much for sharing!

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