8 Books Like Caroline Kepnes 'You' That Will Keep You Up At Night
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Get Ready for Season Two Of 'You' By Reading These Similar Books
In anticipation for season two of the Netflix adaptation, we want you to find a book just like You. Filled with twists and turns and vengeful lovers! They might not be Penn Badgley but they'll certainly be entertaining.
Sit back and umm, try to relax? These books are just like You by Caroline Kepnes and they will get you excited for season two of the equally addicting series, airing on December 26th on Netflix.
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1. It Ends With Her by Brianna Labuskes
FBI agent, Clarke Sinclair is set out to find Simon Cross, a serial killer attacking redheads. When he changes his pattern, Clarke is hellbent on stopping him, even if that means getting drawn into his dangerous game.
2. The Killer Inside Me by Jim Thompson
Lou Ford is beloved. In his small town of Central City, Texas, he is a deputy sheriff that is beloved by everyone. He keeps the streets safe and is a lovable staple in a small town. But when his brother, Mike plummets to his death while working construction, nice Lou Ford will stop at nothing to get the truth--even if that means innocent people end up dead.
3. Things We Have in Common by Tasha Kavanagh
If you loved You, putting down Things We Have in Common will be nearly impossible. Just when you think you have it all figured out author, Tasha Kavanagh rips the rug from underneath you. Yasmin Doner is a fifteen-year-old misfit. She's overweight and her classmates consider her a freak. All she wants is acceptance from Alice, a popular girl at her school. Her obsession with Alice takes a turn when she notices a strange man observing Alice from afar. That's when Yasmin gets an idea; befriend this man so when the time comes, she'll know where Alice is and save the day. That is, until Yasmin starts developing feelings for this mystery man. And then, just like that, Alice does in fact, disappear...
4. Tell Me Lies by Carola Lovering
Lucy Albright is happy to be away from her Long Island home. She finally escaped her mother and the act of betrayal she endured during her childhood. At her beautiful California college campus she is smitten with Stephen DeMarco, a stunning and charming boy with secrets of his own. They soon become addicted to one another but their relationship will bare consequences too great for either of them to understand.
5. Creep by Jennifer Hillier
Psychology professor, Dr. Sheila Tao has made a mistake. Beginning an affair with her graduate student, Ethan Wolfe could've ruined her career but she couldn't stay away. Now she's ready for a fresh start, engaged to a man who treats her right. But, Ethan doesn't agree and he's certainly not letting her go without a fight.
6. Normal by Graeme Cameron
Normal might scare the living pants off of you. Imagine this; your sweet neighbor, your thoughtful coworker, the charming guy at the supermarket checking out behind you. Now imagine his home adorned with paintings, television screens, and a secret basement under his garage where a girl is held against her will, tied up...
7. The Perfect Girl by Gilly Macmillan
Zoe Maisey must hide her past. She's a musical prodigy with a genius IQ but three years ago she was sent to prison after a tragic accident killed three of her classmates. Now, her mom is urging Zoe to keep her mouth shut in their new town, around her new husband. When her mother ends up dead, Zoe must put the pieces back together while hiding her own checkered past.
8. You Will Know Me by Megan Abbott
Perfection is a scary thing. Katie and Eric Knox are immensely proud of their gymnast daughter and equally energized by her promising future. But when a death rocks the small gymnastic community, Katie feels a loss of control. Her obsession with the case unearths a myriad of issues in the community but more importantly, shakes her household to its core.
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