10 Best Love Romanes

10 Best Love Romanes

10 Best Love Romanes
When it's windy outside the windowIt was a great year for women writers, debutants, the long-awaited premier of famous artists and critics who make up a wide variety of ratings. If you want to keep abreast of literary trends or just look for something new to read, among the premieres of 2015 you are sure to find a worthy book for yourself. We have compiled a list of 15 best novels of 2015. Start turning pages! 1. “Dark Secrets” Gillian FlynnNew book from the creator of the bestseller “Disappeared.” Libby Day was seven years old when her mother and two sisters were brutally murdered. The girl survived and began to testify that the murderer was her fifteen-year-old brother – Ben. Twenty-five years later, members of the Killing Club, a secret society obsessed with high-profile crimes, find Libby and bombard him with questions about that terrible day. They hope to find evidence to help free Ben. And Libby seeks to profit from her tragic story: she decides to collaborate with members of society, but only for a fee. So the search takes Libby from the strip club in Missouri to the abandoned tourist cities of Oklahoma, to the very place where she ran away from the killer twenty-five years ago. 2. “22:04” Ben Lerner A year ago, the protagonist of the book “10:04” enjoyed his unexpected literary success when he was diagnosed with a potentially fatal disease, and his best friend asked her to help conceive a child. In New York, where devastating hurricanes and social unrest are increasingly occurring, he must continue to live with his illness and the prospect of fatherhood in a city that will soon be flooded. Lerner, whose book of critics called “fun, smart, and original from the first line to the last, ”says what it means to live right now, in the twilight of the empire, when it is difficult to imagine the future without changing your attitude to the past and present.3. “Girl on the Train” by Paul Hawkins Rachel takes the same train every morning. Every day, she drives past cozy country houses and stops at the same signal at the signal of a train to watch how the perfect couple, in her opinion, has breakfast every morning. It seems to her that she knows them well. Rachel even gives them names – “Jess and Jason.” For her, their life is perfect, unlike their own.

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