Six for Sunday is a weekly blog post by Steph @ A Little But A Lot where you share six books that to share to go with that Sunday’s prompt. Today’s prompt is favorite books under 200 pages. I already did a list a lot like this (but it was books under 250 pages instead of 200,) so I’ll leave a link to that list and confine this to books I’ve read quite recently.
- Flying in Place by Susan Palwick (192 pages)
What’s it about?: A 12-year-old incest victim disassociates from her body and meets the ghost of the sister who died before she was born.
2. Skim by Mariko Tamaki; Illustrated by Jillian Tamaki (143 pages)
What’s it about?: A depressed Goth girl finds her life become increasingly uncertain after the suicide of a closeted classmate.
3. Offline by Kealan Patrick Burke (42 pages)
What’s it about?: A teenage girl’s life falls apart when she’s catfished by a psycho. Told almost entirely through IMs.
4. I’m a Therapist, and My Patient is Going to be the Next School Shooter by ‘Dr. Harper’ (172 pages)
What’s it about? The first book in a psychological horror series about a troubled gay therapist and his work with extremely disturbed individuals.
5. Brothers by Ted van Lieshout (155 pages)
What’s it About?: A teenage boy finds the diary of his deceased brother and realizes that they were both gay and hiding their sexualities from their family.
6. Come Closer by Sara Gran (196 pages)
What’s it About?: A young, married woman’s sanity disintegrates when she is possessed by a demon.
Have you read any of these? Share your own posts in the comments! 🙂