Since reading Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl, readers have been searching for books that can give them the same wallop of a plot twist that will leave them with their jaw on the floor and their head spinning. Nothing is as good as a book hangover and a good twist can really leave you in shock for days. If you’re searching for a book that has a sucker punch reveal or plot twist, here are some books that have some great never-saw-them-coming moments that are impossible to forget!

Valentine by Tom Savage

Jillian Talbot is a suspense author living in Greenwich Village who has a stalker calling himself “Valentine” that leaves her threatening messages. Not only is this menacing man stalking Jillian, but he has killed other women before and Jill is next on his list. As the days towards Valentine’s Day get closer, the threats become more terrifying and Jill must look into her past for the answers as to why this man has targeted her.

The Liar’s Girl by Catherine Ryan Howard

Alison Smith had the perfect life when she attended college in Dublin, until her best friend was murdered by a serial killer and the man she was in love with was arrested and convicted of being the serial killer who haunted Dublin, and was responsible for stalking and murdering women. Now, ten years later another woman is found, murdered in a similar fashion, and the police want to work with Alison’s ex-boyfriend to see if he can help them find this copycat killer. He agrees and offers the police one final confession—but only if he can confess too Alison. Now, Alison must face her past and confront the man she once loved who turned out to be a ruthless killer.

The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides 

Alicia Berenson hasn’t spoken a single word since she shot her partner in the face five times and has been admitted to a psychiatric hospital for the criminally insane. She had a seemingly beautiful life and the biggest mystery is what events led her to commit murder. Theo Faber is a criminal psychotherapist who has been waiting his whole life to work with a patient like Alicia. Determined to get her to speak and unravel the mystery of what happened the night of the murder, Theo finds himself dangerously obsessed with the case and Alicia.

The Woman Inside by E.G. Scott

Rebecca found love at first sight when she met Paul and thought they would live happily ever after. Now, twenty years later, the secrets of the past two decades are threatening to ruin their marriage and their lives. But Paul is cheating—and his mistress begins to stalk the couple. Rebecca’s opiate addiction doesn’t hold her back from coming up with a plan to stop Paul from leaving her when she finds his intentions are to build a new life without her. In a tale of lust, lies, and revenge, this cat-and-mouse game between husband and wife will make you question everything you know about the couple.

White Ivy by Susie Yang

Ivy’s immigrant grandmother taught Ivy at a young age how to steal from yard sales and second-hand stores in order to fit in. Ivy is your typical teenager lusting after the wealthy Gideon until her mother discovers Ivy’s stolen goods and sends her to China. Years later and back in Boston, Ivy runs into Gideon’s sister Sylvia and takes it as a sign the two are meant to be together. As Ivy infiltrates her way into Gideon’s life, someone from her past that knows her better than anyone threatens to shatter the luxurious lifestyle Ivy has fought so hard to achieve.

Bath Haus by P.J. Vernon

Oliver Park is a recovering addict from Indiana who has turned his life around and is now sober and living in DC with his wealthy surgeon partner, Nathan. One evening when Nathan is out of town, Oliver risks his perfect life by going to a gay bathhouse. Once inside, he meets a man and things take a deadly turn with Oliver barely escaping alive. Now, hiding the truth from not only Nathan, but also the police, Oliver has buried himself in a web of lies that could ruin everything.

The Kind Worth Killing by Peter Swanson

When Ted meets the mysterious and beautiful Lily at an airport, the two share a few too many martinis and Ted tells Lily about his crumbling marriage to his wife Miranda, who he is sure is cheating on him. As the conversation intensifies, Ted admits he wishes he could kill Miranda and Lily offers to help. Once back in Boston, the two grow closer and the drunken confession leads to a murder plot, but Miranda isn’t the only woman in Ted’s life hiding something. Lily has a secret past that could change everything he knows about her.

Final Girls by Riley Sager

Ten years ago, college student Quincy Carpenter went on a vacation with her friends and was the only one to return home after a killer murdered all of her friends. After her return with no memory of what happened, the media dubbed her and two other women who survived similar attacks from other vicious killers the “Final Girls.” Although they never met, the women were linked together forever. Now, ten years later, Quincy is leading a seemingly normal life until one of the other final girls shows up at her door and informs her another final girl was found dead. Now, the two must stick together in hopes that they don’t have to face another madman and be the next ones to die. As Quincy lives in fear and has to get used to having Sam around, she must confront her past before it’s too late.