Friday Favorites: Underrated Books

Friday Favorites: Underrated Books

But do I even know what’s underrated these days? Do I even know what’s overrated?

Do I even know what’s rated?

That may not have made sense.

Thank you to Kibby @ Something of the Book for hosting this weekly meme, inspired by Top 10 Tuesdays. I love the topics, I love posting on Fridays. I love, love, love Kibby’s blog. It’s everything. Go follow.

Basically the whole Alpha Girl series doesn’t get enough love. I don’t know why. It’s freaking amazing. Aileen Erin sent me all the books and I can’t wait to get through them all. Like, seriously. Go read these. Plus, female werewolves okay? Before Haley from The Vampire Diaries came into play, there was Tessa.

Granted, this book did only come out in June of this year, but I still think it’s extremely underrated. Sure, it could have been written from some ownvoices authors, but I think they did a great job at not romanticizing the Korean Entertainment Industry.

I don’t think I’ve heard any of my friends talk about this book, Symptoms of Being Human. I don’t think I ended up writing a review on it because I was on a prolonged hiatus, but this book honestly really touched my heart and I feel like more people should read it an appreciate it.

I kind of feel like a basic bitch that doesn’t read anything underrated so here’s my measly three choices. Maybe you’ve heard of them. Maybe you haven’t. I recommend them. Love me.

Or don’t. It’s your choice.

10 thoughts on “Friday Favorites: Underrated Books

  1. I haven’t heard of two of these books (comeback and becoming alpha) so I think they definitely fit the underrated tag. And they all sound so interesting too. Great post :))

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    1. I listened to the audiobook of Symptoms and it honestly just broke my heart. I didn’t write a review on it though because it was when I took a break from blogging but was trying to get back into reading, and I regret that I never wrote my thoughts down about it. Did you end up reading Comeback yet?? I don’t remember!

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      1. No, I didn’t end up reading Comeback. The authors contacted me about reading the ARC but K-Pop isn’t my thing, honestly I just associate it with my sister, so I didn’t think I’d be into it. Might check it out some time though 🙂

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