Five Trendy Picks for 2014
If you haven't already included “read a few books” on your 2014 to-do list, Sentinel Printing is here to help get you started. These trending books will have you jumping out of your armchair, shedding a heartfelt tear, and intrigued until the very last page.
For those looking for a “touching, heartfelt” book: Leonard Peacock wakes up on the morning of his 18th birthday with plans to kill his former best friend and himself. Not only do these plans fall through, he ends up being one of the most sympathetic characters in the book.
Looking for the next big adventure book? Who Will Survive? is the final book in the #1 best-selling series “The Mortal Instruments.” As their society falls apart, Clary, Simon, Jace, and their friends unite to fight the greatest evil the Nephilim has had: Clary’s brother. Lives are lost, friendships are broken, and the whole world changes. If you haven’t started this series, you need to.
A tale of fan fiction, family, and first love. Cath is obsessed with the online fan-fiction world and about to transition from high school to college. But when her twin sister not only tells her that she doesn’t want to be a part of the fan-fiction world and that she also doesn’t want to be her roommate, Cath must make it without the dependency of her sister and continue writing her own fan-fiction stories.
Romance, fairy-tale, drama. Need we say more? Rudy’s life is altered completely when his parents move to a remote island in an attempt to save his younger sick brother. The remote island has fish exclusive to their coast that heal the sick, but that is not all the island has. During his time there, he meets a new love, Diana, and a new best friend, Teeth. Not only is Teeth a teenage merman, he shares secrets with Rudy that ultimately make him choose between his own happiness and the life of his younger brother.
If you’ve read The Kite Runner, you in for a treat! Khaled Hosseini has written a new book that weaves together the stories of families and relationships over the span of fifty years. These stories range from the middle east to the United States, and their connections within their stories and the people is nothing but chilling.