If you're a fan or even just like me a sporadic reader of romantic suspense, you'll likely enjoy Tailspin. At the very least you won't hate it.
Girl at Sea reads much like an improved version of fellow 2018 YA contemporary The Truth and Lies of Ella Black. Overall, this is a nice summer read provided that you can get past the confusing opening chapters.
Fans of Dan Brown will likely appreciate this mix of fast-paced action, grandiose plots and short chapters.
If you're new to the horror genre, Awakened is a good place to dip your toes in. Short, tightly plotted and as grounded in reality as monster stories can be, it's a cinematic read nicely sandwiched between more serious material.
The English version of Ascension can't be reviewed without addressing the elephant in the room: Either due to lousy translation or an insurmountable sociolinguistic barrier, the prose is a shaky mess that reads like it was written by a 12-year-old whose only idea of sci-fi novels comes from Choose Your Own Adventure gamebooks.