T5W : January 25th: Favorite Underrated Books

Top 5 Wednesday was created by gingerreadslainey and is hosted by Sam at ThoughtsOnTomes
Details about this group can be found on Goodreads.

January 25th: Favorite Underrated Books 
–Give some love to those books that aren’t as widely talked about. Those hidden gems. Those books that maybe used to be popular but people have forgotten about and they still deserve some love.





Okay, so I absolutely adored the first two books in this series and I think y’all should go read them right now!!!

The Forgotten Fairytales(Forgotten Fairytales, #1)
& Forget Me Not(Forgotten Fairytales, #2)
by Angela Parkhurst




Another amazing book that has seriously stuck with me!! It is messed up, yet amazing!!
Definitely a must read for everyone!!!

Only Ever Yours
by Louise O’Neill






This book take friendships to a whole other level!!

Judith Wants To Be Your Friend
by Annie Weir




Creepy old school horror! The was published May 1st 1986, and it is still as creepy as ever!

Cat’s Cradle
by William W. Johnstone



All the gore and old school horror you could want!!

The Jersey Devil
by Hunter Shea





Are there any books that you think are underrated or forgotten about?!



8 thoughts on “T5W : January 25th: Favorite Underrated Books

      1. The Grand Haven YA librarian (who I love to death bc she doesn’t mind me requesting holds for titles that she processes!) recommended it too.
        Yesterday she showed me a bunch that won awards bc I mentioned Scythe. It won an award! (And the author of Only Ever Yours did too, but for a different book with Barbie legs on the cover?) So it reminded me of you.

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