Last week I asked what books you think haven't gotten the attention they deserve here on the blogosphere (and also from other reviewers and readers). A few of you answered and mentioned:
straight-to-paperback books in general, Dani Noir (by Nova Ren Suma), which I reviewed here, A Little Wanting Song (by Cath Crowley), Restoring Harmony (by Joelle Anthony), Harmonic Feedback (by Tara Kelly), and Jaclyn Moriarty's novels. It's easy, especially as someone who reads a lot of book, publishing, and author blogs, to become really interested in the books that already have a lot of interest. Matched. Bright Young Things. Anna and the French Kiss. Bestsellers and sure-to-be-bestsellers.
But what about the other books I've discovered and loved that aren't getting that attention? That maybe people would read, if only they heard about them or knew some about them? I love those books.
So today here are a handful of books I've read this year that are so much better than the attention they didn't get. Seriously. AMAZING.
The Extraordinary Secrets of April, May, and June, by Robin Benway
I Now Pronounce You Someone Else, by Erin McCahan
The Lonely Hearts Club, by Elizabeth Eulberg
My Fake Boyfriend is Better Than Yours, by Kristina Springer
Have you read any of these books? What are your under-rated books that you'd like to recommend?