Top Ten Hidden Gems

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It’s Top Ten Tuesday again!  It’s a weekly bookish list hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl! This week’s topic is:

TOP TEN Hidden Gems

This week I’m sharing with you all some of my favorite, under-appreciated novels.  Some of these include popular authors’ lesser known novels, self-published novels, and novels that I just think need a lot more love and attention!

So, without further ado, here’s ten of my favorite, hidden gem novels:

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That wraps up this week’s Top Ten Tuesday! What are some of your favorite novels that you feel are under-appreciated?

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26 Comments on “Top Ten Hidden Gems

  1. I still need to read “Second Chance Summer” (looks good!!) and someday one of Elizabeth’s books too. ‘Lonely Hearts’ sounds really interesting. 🙂

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    • I feel like Second Chance Summer is a Morgan Matson book nobody talks about, but it’s one of my favorites. It might be my top favorite, actually. Yes, Lonely Hearts is such a fun read!! ☺️

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      • I noticed that too, there didn’t seem to be a lot of attention for Replica, and even less for Ringer? Which is a shame cause I loved em. I thought Haven was such a creepy setting on that Florida island, and wanted to see more of it lol. Plus it seemed like Lauren Oliver kinda took a chance with the format, and I wanted to see it be successful. 🙂

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