This week's topic is older books that may be forgotten but shouldn't be. Some of these books may not by that 'old,' but they're books that I feel are or could be forgotten and I'd like to bring attention back to them.
- The Nature of Jade by Deb Caletti-one of my favorite contemporaries. I haven't seen it around much but don't hesitate to reccomend.
- Willow by Juila Hoban-One of my favorites, period. Absolutely loved it and unfortunately haven't seen a lot of it.
- North of Beautiful by Justina Chen Headly-A fantastic novel with a beautiful point.
- Amy and Roger's Epic Detour by Morgan Matson-Another personal favorite of mine.
- She's so Money by Cherry Cheva-I haven's seen this one at all since I've read it. It's a hilarious read and the epitome of chick-lit
- Forgotten by Cat Patrick-I saw this one around quite a bit when it was released, but haven't since. It's a really unique novel and I really enjoyed it.
- Playing Hurt by Holly Schindler-A great contemporary.
- Life as We Know by by Susan Beth Pfeffer-This these books are truly wonderful post-apocalyptic series.
- Girl at Sea by Maureen Johnson- this one often gets overlooked by Johnson's other works, but this is my favorite. A really fun and unique adventure.
- A Certain Slant of Light by Laura Whitcomb-Such a gorgeous ghost story. Definitely shouldn't be forgotten.
What are some books that you feel are/could be forgotten but shouldn't be?