I want to shout out some books that I don't see enough people talk about and think deserve more attention! "Underrated" is such a loose definition, so I chose books with less than 4,000 ratings on Goodreads. Also, if you're tired of me recommending Laura Wood and Akemi Dawn Bowman, prepare yourself 🙂
I want to start doing more recommendation posts, so I thought that this was a good place to start! I am including two sci-fi/dystopian books on this list because it was originally going to be "Standalone Sci-fi & Fantasy Recommendations", but there are two sci-fi books among ten fantasy books! Sci-fi with be marked with a *!
I wanted to list a few books that I've enjoyed in the past that would be good to read during this pandemic. I chose these books because they are quick, don't deal with super heavy topics, and are very immersive. These did all end up being kind of romance-y. I'm personally finding it kind of hard to read right now because my mind is so preoccupied, but I think these books make it a little easier to leave the real world behind for a bit.
There are definitely a few books that I associate with the Halloween season, or autumn in general, even if they don't necessarily take place around that time. Here are my recommendations for books that have that spooky vibes, including witches, fae, and ghosts.
This might seem like a late post about how bad the Game of Thrones ending was, but nope (I jumped ship on that one years ago), I've just been pretty disappointed with book endings lately. There have been so many books that I've loved, then the ending just falls so flat, so it got me thinking about books that actually have satisfying endings!
Happy Pride Month! This is a perfect time to share some of my favorite books that include characters in the LGBT+ community! Girls Made of Snow and Glass by Melissa Bashardoust Synopsis: In this Snow White retelling, the relationship between Lynet and her stepmother Mina seems to be doomed from the start, unless both of [...]