This is a list I’m really excited for because I love bringing attention to lesser popular books. Some books get enough attention already but these are some books that don’t have many ratings (at least not as I write this) and that I encourage you all to give a shot!
The Cure Trilogy by Charlotte McConaghy
Genre: New Adult, Dystopia, Sci-Fi
Sure this might count as three books but I’m not cheating I swear! This series made me fall in love with dystopia all over again because it was a lot more different than what I’m used to.
Under Dark Skies by A.J. SchudiereGenre: Mystery, Thriller, Paranormal, AdultThis book was just so entertaining! Plus it mixed in the detective/mystery that I love in those kinds of books with some fantasy/paranormal elements!
Undone by Kasey Wolfe aka Kelley Armstrong
Genre: New Adult, Romance, Thriller
This is a new release (rerelease?) still. Even though this isn’t Kelley’s normal genre she still kills it.
Unicorn Tracks by Julia Ember
Genres: Young Adult, Fantasy, LGBT, Cultural
I loved all the fantasy elements in this world! I especially loved that those magical creature you’ve heard of are all real! A great adventure story!
Painting Sky by Rita Branches
Genres: Young Adult, ContemporaryI didn’t expect to love this one as much as I did. Prepare yourselves for a book full of love, pain, and emotions.
Strings by David Estes
Genres: Young Adult, Dystopia, RetellingA great Pinocchio retelling that everyone should add to their list if they love retellings and dystopia!
The Island by S. Usher Evans
Genres: New Adult, Fantasy, RomanceThis was a fun, action filled book even when it wasn’t supposed to be fun. Just the whole stuck on a deserted island thing was pretty cool in this context.
Genres: Young Adult, Mythology, FantasyI just really, really loved this whole series. I can’t even tell you how much. My favourite part was learning all about Japan as our main character was learning about it.
Air Awakens by Elise Kova
Genres: Young Adult, FantasyI’m sure you’ve all heard me talk about this book enough. If you read it, you’ll understand my excitement.