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TTT: Books with Less Than 2000 Ratings on Goodreads


Top Ten Tuesday is a Meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish


This Week's TTT Topic: Favorite Books with Less Than 2,000 Ratings on Goodreads

I really like this bar for highlighting under appreciated books. I was rathe surprised by some of the books I love that have less than 2,000 ratings too.

I didn't choose books published in the last two years and decided to focus on older books that I feel need more love.












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Unknown said…
I have seen Stolen Magic dozens of times at different Half Price Books! Next time I am there I will actually pick it up :p

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I haven't seen any of these before, but The Inquisitor's Apprentice sounds intriguing! :)

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Rudejasper said…
Sorrow's Knot rings a bell but the rest I haven't heard of and they all look pretty great. This week''s topic is adding some serious weight to my TBR! The goodreads cut-off was a really fun way to pick books and I was also surprised by some of the books that had so few ratings!
Katy K. said…
We have one book and two authors in common this time... and I really should have put Peaceweaver on my list. I loved it lots! And will make my son listen to it, since we have the audio. Ditto (except for owning the audio) to Above World. Still need to read: ok, all the other ones. Don't know how I missed that Rosemary Sutcliff!
Kim Aippersbach said…
I just got The Inquisitor's Apprentice out of the library: looking forward to it!

Leepike Ridge is a Wilson book I haven't read yet: must correct that.

Face Like Glass is such an awesome book, I don't know why everyone doesn't love it to pieces.
Anonymous said…
Yes to A Face Like Glass and Sorrow's Knot! Both of those are so good and deserve to get more readers. I have a physical copy of Rebel back home in Manila! I think I have the third book in that series too. And I think I have a Kindle copy of The Inquisitor's Apprentice.
Got My Book said…
This is a great list, there are several I haven't heard of and will look into.

You might like my list as well, since it focuses on MG & YA fantasy - My TTT (guest hosted by lilybloombooks)
Brandy said…
The whole trilogy is wonderful. Regency era magic!
Brandy said…
It is so much fun, but sadly the third book doesn't seem to be coming. (It can be read as a stand alone though. I just want more of the characters!)
Brandy said…
Erin Bow has had a lot of success with her new book, The Scorpion Rules, and I keep hoping that will bring more people to Sorrow's Knot.

Yes, this was a really good way to define underrated!
Brandy said…
I'm still SO MAD Random House canceled the book after Peaceweaver. Fortunately, it was only a companion and not a continuation.
Brandy said…
I hope you enjoy IA!

Leepike was his first published book. And it's incredibly good. The Odyssey meets Tom Sawyer.

Well, Face Like Glass STILL hasn't been published in the US which I think make a difference it how much it is rated.
Brandy said…
You should read them. ;)
Brandy said…
Always looking for other people who love MG & YA!!
Charlotte said…
They did????
there was going to be another book and now not? DARN IT.
Charlotte said…
I just checked for a third book myself. Sigh.
Got My Book said…
I do quite a few YA and am hoping to do at least 1 MG review per month. I have added you to my RSS.

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