If You Like That, Read This…

Base the next book you read off of a title you already know you love!

Librarian Trish Hull shares popular fiction read-a-likes to suit your style and

IF YOU LIKED: “The Hunger Games” by Suzanne Collins


· “Matched” by Allyson Condie

All her life, Cassia has never had a choice. The Society dictates everything:
when and how to play, where to work, where to live, what to eat and wear,
when to die, and most importantly to Cassia as she turns 17, who to marry.
When she is Matched with her best friend Xander, things couldn’t be more
perfect. But why did her neighbor Ky’s face show up on her match disk as

· “Feed” by M T Anderson

In a future where most people have computer implants in their heads to
control their environment, a boy meets an unusual girl who is in serious

· “Maze Runner” by James Dashner

· “Uglies” by Scott Westerfield

IF YOU LIKED: “The Help” by Kathryn Stockett


· Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd

During the summer of 1964 in rural South Carolina, a young girl is given a
home by three black, beekeeping sisters. As she enters their mesmerizing
secret world of bees and honey, she discovers a place where she can find the
single thing her heart longs for most.

· “Saving CeeCee Honeycutt” by Beth Hoffman

For years, 12-year-old CeeCee Honeycutt has been the caretaker of her
psychotic mother, Camille-the tiara-toting, lipstick-smeared laughingstock
of an entire town. But when Camille is hit by a truck and killed, CeeCee is left
to fend for herself. To the rescue comes her previously unknown great-aunt
from Savannah, Tootie Caldwell, who whirls CeeCee into her world of female
friendship, strong women, wacky humor, and good old-fashioned heart.

· “Queen of Palmyra” by Minrose Gwin

· “We are all Welcome Here” by Elizabeth Berg

IF YOU LIKED: “Twilight” by Stephanie Myer


· “Beastly” by Alex Flinn

A modern retelling of “Beauty and the Beast” from the point of view of the
Beast, a vain Manhattan private school student who is turned into a monster
and must find true love before he can return to his human form.

· “A Great and Terrible Beauty” by Libba Bray

After the suspicious death of her mother in 1895, sixteen-year-old Gemma
returns to England, after many years in India, to attend a finishing school
where she becomes aware of her magical powers and ability to see into the
spirit world.

· “Starcossed” by Josephine Angelini

· “Firelight” by Sophie Jordan

IF YOU LIKED: “The Time Travelers Wife” by Audrey Niffenegger


· “Overseas” by Beatriz Williams

Love overcomes time, space, logic, and the laws of physics in these
intricately plotted, character-driven novels that focus on star-crossed,
chronologically challenged soul mates. At once poignant and witty, these
stylistically complex romantic stories juggle multiple timelines and narrative

· “Outlander” by Diane Gabaldon

Hurtled back through time more than two hundred years to Scotland in 1743,
Claire Randall finds herself caught in the midst of an unfamiliar world torn
apart by violence, pestilence, and revolution and haunted by her growing
feelings for James Fraser, a young soldier.

· “The Eyre Affair” by Jasper Fforde

· “The Illumination” by Kevin Brockmeier

IF YOU LIKED: “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” by Stieg Larsson


· “Rock, Paper Tiger” by Lisa Brackmann

When a chance encounter with a Muslim fugitive drops her down a rabbit
hole of conspiracies, Ellie must decide whom to trust among the artists,
dealers, collectors, and operatives

· “Snowman” by Jo Nesbo

The night the first snow falls a young boy wakes to find his mother gone. He
walks through the silent house, but finds only wet footprints on the stairs. In
the garden looms a solitary figure: a snowman bathed in cold moonlight, its
black eyes glaring up at the bedroom windows. Round its neck is his
mother’s pink scarf.

· “The Illusionist” by Talor Stevens

· “When Will There Be Good News” by Kate Atkinson

IF YOU LIKED: “Pride and Prejudice” by Jane Austen


· “Mr. Darcy’s Daughters” by Elizabeth Ashton

· “Darcy’s Story” by Janet Aylmer

· “Darcy and Anne” by Judith Brocklehurst

· “Jayne Bites Back” by Michael Thomas Ford

IF YOU LIKED: “The #1 Ladies Detective Agency” by Alexander McCall Smith


· “Death of a Perfect Wife” by MC Beaton

· “The Blessing Way” by Tony Hillerman

· “The Body in The Library” by Agatha Christie

· “Wish You Were Here” by Rita Mae Brown

IF YOU LIKED: “The Litigators” by John Grisham


· “Absolute Power” by David Baldacci

· “Killer Heat” by Linda Farstein

· “Pleading Guilty” by Scott Turow

· “Book Of Fate” by Brad Meltzer

IF YOU LIKED: “DaVinci Code” by Dan Brown


· “The Third Secret” by Steve Berry

· “Rule of Four” by Ian Caldwell

· “Genesis Code” by John Case

· “The Expected” by Kathleen McGowan

IF YOU LIKED: “Lord of the Rings” by J.R.R. Tolkien


· “Daughter of the Blood” by Anne Bishop

· “Pawn of Prophecy” by David Eddings

· “Deryni Rising” by Katherine Kurtz

· “Eye of the World” by Robert Jordan

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