Friday Finds (August 30)


Friday Finds is a weekly event hosted by Should Be Reading, where you discuss books that you’ve discovered and added to your to-read list over the course of the week. These books don’t have to be ones that you’ve purchased – they can be books that you’ve borrowed, found online, heard about from a friend, etc.

As always, if you’re interested in learning more about one of these books, click on the picture and you’ll be taken to its Goodreads page.


“On a fateful summer morning in 1986, two eleven-year-old girls meet for the first time. By the end of the day, they will both be charged with murder.”

I love murder mysteries – even if some of them do make me jumpy – so watching child murderers grow up should make for an interesting read.


Thanks to Dexter and I Hunt Killers, I have a strange fascination with serial killers and the inner workings of their minds. I really want to see how John’s “code” of sorts stops him from becoming a serial killer – and what happens when this rigid set of rules is suddenly taken away.



Genetic engineering and the notion of immortality have always fascinated me, so when they’re combined you can guarantee that it’s something I’d love to read.



I love dystopian novels. A lot of them follow the same formula, but if it’s described as similar to The Hunger Games or Divergent – like this one – then I’m bound to read it.




What books did you find this Friday? Leave me a list or a link to your Friday Finds post in the comments below.

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