The first book I recommend is a Young Adult novel called Caraval by Stephanie Garber. The book follows two sisters who live with their father who is a literal tyrant and dictator of their home/homeland. It is noted at the beginning of the book they want to go to this circus act, called Caraval. They end up going and the eldest Scarlet meets a boy who helps her and her sister get to Caraval. However, her sister is kidnapped and now while searching for her sister with the boy’s help, uncovers clues and the mystery of where her sister is keeps spiralling. They question if this is real or just a trick of the mind. Do they find her sister, do they fall in love, and do they survive Caraval with all it’s twist and turns? Also to note about this book is that, it is a series and a book with about 448 pages. So it definitely will give the fast readers a good few days of reading and the not so fast reads a nice week of twist, turns, betrayals, and clues.
The second book I recommend is, another Young Adult novel called Renegades by Marissa Meyer. This book is about super powered people and how some abuse the power and others thrive on it. This abuse and thriving causes a rebellion of villains to happen. She puts the perspective of how powers are used for good and evil in an interesting way. One main character is set with the perspective that the heroes he is with are good while the other perspective is in the rebellion and can see how the heroes are actually very terrible, or at least in her eyes. And of course what is a young adult novel without an enemy to lovers trope between the main two characters. There are different points of views in the book, along with many different characters, and many different super powers. The book is over 500 pages long, again a great read for fast or not so fast readers.
The final book I recommend is The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, the book is also known as The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, but the title changed when it came to the United States. This book is a murder mystery created by Stuart Turton. This book involves so many twist you need to rest your mind for a bit. The book involves body swapping, murder, and of course crazy amounts of twist and clues. The book can be a bit too much sometimes so some people do recommend to keep a note of who is who, if you decide to take a break during the book. If you aren’t going to rest your mind or you are to enthralled with the book then there is no need to take little sparknotes. The book is also about 458 pages long and has a twist at the very end you will never see coming, unless your psychic.