TTT: Books that DESERVE A LOUDER VOICE because they’re simply that underrated, in my humble opinion.

Top Ten Tuesday

We all know it happens a lot. Some books get all the hype, all the attention and everybody keeps shouting about them while other novels? Well.. Those simply disappear into the void to barely be heard from again. I’ve come across books like that. Books I think deserve to be shared and shouted about, yet nobody does because this and that new release is demanding all their attention.

Safe to say I absolutely love this week’s topic and am – for once – not going to put my own spin on it!

TTT general

So, let’s see what books I feel you should definitely read, thanks to this week’s topic: “Books I LOVED with Fewer than 2,000 Ratings on Goodreads”.

All covers link back to Goodreads if you feel like checking them out.
The titles of the books link back to my reviews.

The Evolution of Jeremy WarshThe Little Wedding IslandCinderella BoyThe Lion Tamer Who Lost

The Evolution of Jeremy Warsh by Jess Moore ~ Plus-sized rep, questioning sexual identity, queer
The Little Wedding Island by Jaimie Admans ~ Romantic fluff, sarcastic MC
Cinderella Boy by Kristina Meister ~ Contemporary Cinderella retelling, queer, gender fluid, non-binary
The Lion Tamer Who Lost by Louise Beech ~ Adult fiction, queer, partly set in Zimbabwe

Sometime After MidnightMerry InkmasConsort of Secrets (The Witch's Consorts #1)My Whole Truth

Sometime After Midnight by L. Philips ~ Contemporary Cinderella retelling, queer, music
Merry Inkmas by Talia Hibbert ~ Romance, feminist, POC, Christmas
Consort of Secrets by Eva Chase ~ Reverse harem, magic
My Whole Truth by Mischa Thrace ~ Queer, tough subjects such as sexual abuse, written by a survivor

Do any of these speak to you as they do to me?
Which one looks most interesting? Did you add anything to your TBR?
[Pretty sure this week’s TTT will have us all adding books on Goodreads..]

Feel free to leave a link to your TTT so I can check it out!

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