I decided to share with you guys some books I’ve read and loved but sadly they’re underrated. I believe these books deserve more attention because they’re really good unique stories. Some of them I read them for review thanks to NetGalley, another was sent to me by the author, and the rest are books that I bought because I found them interesting.
Before getting into the books, I have to say that these books aren’t for everyone. We all have different taste and you may not like what I like. That being said, let’s get into the books.
I have 7 books to share with you guys.
1. Hush, Hush Saga by Becca Fitzpatrick
Even though these books have some characteristics and details that you may have read in other books, they’re really good. There are angels; who doesn’t like angels? These books are my guilty pleasure.
2. Hollywood Witch Hunter by Valerie Tejeda
I read Hollywood Witch Hunter in one sitting, I swear. It’s so good and funny. You have different witches, hunters, magic, and more. It’s so easy to read, and it’s fast-paced. If you want a quick read for the summer, pick a digital copy right now.
3. A Cure for Madness by Jodi McIsaac
A thriller story about a woman who has to decide between saving the world and savingher brother. There’s a “virus” being spread where she used to live, and she may be the key to solve everything. It’s very intriguing and fast-paced. I haven’t read a book like this one before.
4. Nowhere Girl by Susan Strecker
You all know I love every type of crime out there, and I love reading about them. In this book the main character is a bestselling suspense author, and she spends her time interviewing criminals to understand the death of her twin sister. I won’t say more, go and read this please!!!
5. Pearl by Deirdre Riordan Hall
This book touched my heart and soul. I felt so identified with the main character. This is a book that truly explains how hard is being a teenager when you have no one around you, and that’s something that adults don’t really understand even though they were teenagers once.
6. The Murder Complex by Lindsay Cummings
A dark, dark novel where the murder rate is higher than the birth rate. You have to kill to survive, there’s no other choice. I think this is a unique story, and I don’t think this book receives enough love. So, please, go and read it so we can talk about it.
7. Insanity by Cameron Jace
If you like twisted stories and retellings, you’re going to love Insanity. This is a twisted retelling of Alice in Wonderland. When I say twisted, it is TWISTED. Some crazy stuff happens in this book and you won’t know what’s real and what isn’t.
There you have it, those are some underrated books I’ve read and loved. If you’ve read any of the books mentioned above, please let me know in the comments your thoughts about them. If not, do you want to read them? Do you know other underrated books? Share them in the comments because I would love to know.
Thank you so much for reading. Until next time, xoxo.