Underrated Books You Need to Read

I feel like i’m always screaming into the abyss about some books. I LOVE them and recommend them all the time, but they just don’t get the hype that they deserve. Here are some series & standalones that I think deserve MORE. This is just part one. Happy to do a follow up if people are interested!


The Kricket series by Amy A. Bartol

This is SUCH a good series. Aliens, a heroine who kicks ass and some really weird romance drama. It has a tiny bit of an open-ending, but I really loved that about this series. Kricket’s character development throughout was so much fun to read.

The Visitors by Simon Sylvester

Is it a thriller or is it folklore come to life? Flora wants to leave the Scottish Island of Bancree and never return, but people have gone missing. Could it have something to do with the new family that moved in? Sounds like a thriller, but it ends up with this beautiful tale of friendship and love. And Selkies?

The Tainted Accords by Kelly St. Clare

I scream about this series every chance I get. Olina is a badass, Jovan is the most ridiculous and the entire crew own my heart. Some serious squad goals, swooning over everyone and amazing fight scenes. Lots of slamming doors too.

I will put a CW on this series for abuse.


What books do you think are underrated? Let me know in the comments!

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  1. I have made it my lifelong mission to force my favourite underrated books into more readers’ hands: We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves by Karen Joy Fowler, and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes by Anita Loos, among others. Luckily, I’ve scored a job at a local bookstore, which means I can strongly recommend them in an official capacity!

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