Any one of these five novels is guaranteed to have you turning pages long after you should be in bed. Each of the books on this list, from psychological thrillers to nail-biting mysteries, is certain to keep you up late reading.
Self Help and Mental Health Tough Path to Wellness Our Story by Nicholas Licausi
This book was written to help people realize that Schizophrenia is reversible, even after a single episode of psychosis or diagnosis. Remission is characterized by the patient’s attainment of functional independence, productivity, a strong sense of empowerment, and the absence of negative emotions and internalized stigma.
This book describes my journey from Remission to Recovery, which includes being settled and secure in my community and with my support system, as well as how I had to regain my support system and what I had to do to have one.
This publication is authored by two authors. My son and I wrote this book together. We wish to dedicate this book to our loved ones. When mental illness strikes a family, the individual diagnosed with the disorder suffers the most. Because they are adored by everyone in the family, they are also affected. Our family has been affected by schizophrenia for more than fifty years. Families have been afflicted by this disease for thousands of years, but if we use the technology available today, we can eradicate it. This book will provide recommendations for putting an end to this disease and aiding those with other ailments.
One of the authors has an engineering degree. He has held the positions of Engineer, Programmer, Manager, and Executive. Prior to being diagnosed with schizophrenia, the other author completed three years of college. Now that his schizophrenia is in remission, he is the finest person to describe the illness and how he achieved wellness in order to co-author this book with his father.
The Rat Chronicles: Metacognition by G.W Rennie
In an alternate universe, an extraterrestrial civilization, known as the Xzebuliens, has developed the ability to create a rift in our universe that emerges on the dark side of the moon. Through this rift, they have been sending asteroids containing a virus to Earth, with the intention of wiping out the human race. However, the virus has limitations, such as its range and speed of transmission, making it toxic to humans but not to most other forms of life on the planet. Additionally, the virus causes mutations in rats, which renders it harmless to humans through them. The rats then become our allies, with their telepathic abilities and superior senses, and help thwart the alien invasion. Through an otherworldly alien Al database, the rats discover an ancient secret that they reveal to us through their enhanced mental abilities. This shocking revelation will change the way humans perceive rats and our world forever. As a result, the human race becomes subservient to the rats, as both species depend on each other for survival.
Gerald Rennie was born on February 26, 1963, in Matsqui, B.C., to a middle-class family. He was the third son, and he kept pet rats for most of his life. When he heard of other rat fanciers from around the world, he published his first book, “The Rat Worshipper: In The Nick of Time.” A beloved pet rat saved the lives of him and his entire family through a bizarre series of synchronicities. He later wrote the Rat Chronicles, in which the rats of Earth save humanity from certain extinction.
Sisterhood of Lake Alice by Mari M. Osmon
In the small town of Fergus Falls, Minnesota, four unlikely high school students, Emily, Grace, Lindy, and Rebecca, form a bond that transcends mere friendship. Their singing quartet, SOLA (Sisterhood of Lake Alice), becomes a symbol of their connection to each other and their community. After graduation, each woman experiences the ups and downs of life, including love, family problems, and health issues. Despite the challenges, they remain connected and come together for their twentieth high school reunion. As they confront their struggles, they rediscover the strength of their friendship and the power of honesty.
Mari M. Osmon is a motivational speaker conducting leadership seminars throughout the United States, Canada, and on cruise ships. She also owned several successful small businesses. Mari was an associate chaplain at a major local hospital. Osmon also wrote, From Now On and Surrender Gracefully. She is retired and currently working on her third novel. Osmon is an avid reader who loves her book clubs, women’s groups, enjoying life, and traveling with her husband Roy, children, and grandchildren. She lives in New Berlin, Wisconsin.
Getting Back Up: A Message of Hope by Tammy Woodham
God is truly omnipresent, omniscient, and omnipotent. He is everywhere, all-powerful, and can accomplish anything without fail. In “The Power of God,” I share a personal account of my own struggles with drug abuse, spousal abuse, and self-doubt – and how my faith in God helped me overcome them. This book is a testament to the transformative power of God’s love and the promise of deliverance. Through the sacrifice of his son, Jesus Christ, I found salvation and the peace of mind that comes with knowing I am protected by the best insurance in the universe. Romans 10:9 reminds us that confessing and believing in Jesus Christ is the key to salvation. When I hit rock bottom, I was skeptical, but God’s presence in my life was undeniable. He saw past my faults and answered my prayers, exceeding my wildest expectations. Ephesians 3:20 tells us that God is capable of more than we can ask or imagine – all we have to do is believe. As an author of nonfiction, fiction, and poetry, I hope that my story inspires others to find hope and guidance through God’s unwavering love.
Tammy Woodham is an author of nonfiction and fiction, but most of all poetry.
You will be on the edge of your seat until the very end if you choose to read any of these four exciting novels. These books provide everything from psychological mind-benders to high-stakes adventures, and they are certain to keep you up all night and leave you wanting more.