One of the things that I love most about blogging is helping to bring more attention to all the books that manage to fall under the radar. The amazing ones that aren’t nearly as appreciated as they deserve to be. These ten are books that I loved reading and would love to see more people love too.
15 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday – Underrated Gems Pt. 4”
These certainly do look like hidden gems. I hadn’t heard of any of them, so thank you for bringing them to my attention.
Ooooh, great list! The only one of these that I’ve heard of before is Final Girls. I love Seanan/Mira’s writing so it’s definitely on my TBR! Destiny @ Howling Libraries recently posted…T10T: Scared of the Hype
I’m not familiar with any of these books. This is an awesome week because we get to hear about new books! Brooke Lorren recently posted…Hidden Gems (Top Ten Tuesday)
I’m 100% unfamiliar with these titles, and it’s alarming to see that they have very few reviews. Best to check them out.
The only one on this list that I’m familiar with is Final Girls, so you really have found hidden gems, as opposed to some of the lists I’m seeing today😀 Tammy @ Books, Bones & Buffy recently posted…KEEPER OF THE BEES by Meg Kassel – Review
These aren’t familiar to me at all! Some of them look really interesting though. I will be checking some of them out.
I am almost through with We Are Where the Nightmare Go and I love it! It definitely needs more attention. I’m going to have to check out some more on your list. And yes, some of my best reads I found due to the blogging community!
I had to check out What You’re Getting Wrong about Appalachia to read when my book club chose Hillbilly Elegy. I only read the section that directly relates to Vance’s book, but I wish I had a million copies to throw at people who love Elegy. Alex recently posted…Top Ten Tuesday: Hidden Gems
I hadn’t heard of any of the books on your list, but I’ve added What You’re Getting Wrong About Appalachia to my reading list– the description on Goodreads sounds super intriguing. Thanks for sharing! Kasey @ The Story Sanctuary recently posted…Top Ten Tuesday: Books You’re Probably Missing Out On
I haven’t participated in TTT is so long, but I may need to catch up with this one. I just added Where the Nightmares Go to my list, I love a good short story (if it’s scary all the better). Rory recently posted…The Lost Queen // Signe Pike