A few hours ago, I finished The Bad Seed by William March. It's a classic thriller that I saw referenced a few places, so I figured I'd read it myself. It was pretty decent. A little fancier/more old-fashioned on the language than I expected, but an interesting read. However, the last book I read that I would recommend is Shutter by Courtney Alameda. It's a YA horror novel with a really intriguing central concept and some tough characters.
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Apparently, no bookish blog post by me is complete without a mention of Marissa Meyer's The Lunar Chronicles. I read so much and so widely, at least in the YA sector, that it's hard to recommend anything to me that isn't already on my list, but a friend of mine originally recommended this YA sci-fi fairytale retelling. I'm really glad that she did.