Yes, I’m aware it’s Saturday. I actually prepared my TTT way ahead of time then completely forgot about it on Tuesday, so here we are. I thought this was a really nice one to give some overlooked booked some recognition, so I’m getting involved. It was actually quite a struggle – there’s a LOT of people of Goodreads doing a LOT of rating. Many books I thought were little known still had between 5,000 – 10,000 reviews. But, I’ve done a lot of scrolling and found some books I rated 4 or 5 stars, with less than 2,000 ratings on Goodreads. Covers link to Goodreads, and I’ve included my reviews too.
A relatively new release which could explain the low ratings, but I really enjoyed this seasonal thriller set in the bleak Scottish Highlands on New Year’s Eve. My review.
This one really doesn’t seem to have got much recognition, but it was a clever, unique take on technology and AI. My review.
A tear-jerker of a romance set among the stars. My review.
This one seems to have mixed review, but I enjoyed this quirky psychological horror. It’s a weird read, but worth it. My review.
I read this one a few years ago now, but its characters stayed with me. A really beautiful, elegantly written romance which transcends many themes and genres. I highly recommend this one. My review.
I’m a sucker for a carnival story, and this one is based on a fascinating true story. My review.
This blend of crime and post-apocalyptic thriller worked really well. My review.
I was lucky to receive this one as part of the blog tour – it’s a really lovely story with such a brilliant main character in the young boy, Ethan. My review.
Another heartwarming story with a sweet young boy as the protagonist. Milo is slowly going blind, but that doesn’t stop him seeing things others don’t. My review.
The most recent read on my list, this one is another post-apocalyptic tale with a little crime thrown in. A great narrator and character mix made this book really readable. Review coming soon.