Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the brokeandbookish.

This week’s theme is Top ten Underrated books/hidden gems that I’ve read in the past year or so.

For this theme I will do books that I read last year by authors that I have never read from before:

  1. Serafina and The Black Cloak


This one was really interesting and I am thinking about continuing the series if I can get them at my library. This is one that I would definitely recommend.

2. Let’s get lost by Adi Alsaid:


This book was definitely one of my favorite books from last year. I really liked that there were a few chapters for each character’s POV and then at the end there was A POV from Leila as well. This is another book that I would highly recommend.

3. Evil Genius (#1) by Catherine Jinks:


I picked this one up on a whim when I saw it at my local library. I wasn’t sure about it at first but once I got into it I was really surprised by how much I enjoyed it. I may continue the series at some point this year.

4. The falconer (#1) by Elizabeth May:


I definitely loved this one as It was set in Scotland in the 1800s and it has Faeries in it too. I will definitely get the second book from my library at some point this year.

5. Hunt for the horseman by Gita V. Reddy:


I received this one from the author for a review and it was really good. I loved the mystery and the ending definitely surprised me. This is another one that I would definitely recommend if you are looking for a short but fun and positive read.


6. The scourge (#1) by A. G. Henley:


I found this one for free on amazon and definitely enjoyed it. I will definitely continue the rest of this series if I can get them at my local library.


7. Queen of Someday (#1) by Sherry D. Ficklin:


This was another book that I found on Amazon that I was very surprised by how much I enjoyed it. If you are looking fora a great read about Catherine the great this is one that i would definitely recommend.


8. Touch of frost (#1) by Jennifer Estep:


I wasn’t sure about this one at first but i did enjoy the story once i got into it and it was a fast read. I am thinking about continuing the series at some point.


9. Mosquitoland By David Arnold:


This was another one that I wasn’t sure about and while I didn’t enjoy it as much as i wanted to it is still one that i would recommend.

10.This is the story of you by Beth Kephart:


This one took me a while to get into but I definitely loved that there were three part in this story.

What are some books that you enjoyed?