Authors bring some of your favourite worlds to life. Everyone has heard of J. K. Rowling, Stephen King and Roald Dahl, but what about the ones that fly under the radar?
Here are 10 of my favourite underrated authors:
I read Jennifer’s book Hate List last year and it completely blew me away. It was so thought provoking, and really hit me hard – I can’t believe more people aren’t talking about it.
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Emily’s book Letters to Eloise brought me to tears because of its beautiful writing and emotional subject, I’m still not over it. Now she has a new book out called Rafferty Lincoln Loves… and let me tell you – that is even better. Go and check her books out.
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Kim’s entire Starr Fall series is thrilling, and so addictive – I constantly want more books. I adore her, and I hope you all do too – go check out her Starr Fall series now.
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Briana’s book, Reflections, really took me by surprise. It was so amazing, and I was moved completely. She balances fantasy elements with real life and with some difficult topics. Not only is her writing outstanding but she loves horror and true crime – so we’re clearly meant to be friends right? Go and check her books out, and see for yourself how brilliant she is.
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When I was younger I absolutely ADORED her Die For Me series – and still to this day they have a special place in my heart. Amy’s writing is magnificent and also her book covers are to die for – they are the definition of stunning. I wish more people talked about this series, so I knew who to fangirl to! I can’t wait to read more from her.
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R. J. Furness
R. J. is one of the kindest people I’ve had the pleasure of working with, and his book dissent: RENEGADES has an orgo!! If you don’t know what an orgo is, then let me tell you – YOU WANT ONE. His books are perfect for all ages, and with his new Orgo Runners series being released for younger children, he really is one you need on your TBR list.
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I recently had the privilege of reading Satellite by Nick Lake and it was potentially my favourite read of 2018 so far. It had such power, and so much emotion pouring through it that I couldn’t put it down. I am in shock that there are so few people talking about this wonderful book – so please go and read it.
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Trev is a brand new author, and you definitely can’t tell. His book, Room 119, was one of my favourite reads of 2017, and I am still so in love with it. He writes with such talent you’d think he’d been writing all of his life. The book leaves you appreciating everything you have, and that’s such a priceless gift. He deserves all the love for his book.
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I was recently introduced to Joshua after I read the first book in the Sentinel series and I loved it. It was action packed, it was fun and I really wish more people knew about his talent. His newest book, Vicious Rumer is out soon – and let me tell you that is AMAZING. Think badass female protagonist that also has a very sassy personality – what isn’t to love.
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G. S. Denning
I loved Warlock Holmes: A Study in Brimstone as soon as I picked it up and the second book just re-ignited my love once again. He takes the best parts of the original Sherlock stories, and reinvents them in his own brilliant way to make them fun, interesting and gripping all at once. If you’re a Sherlock fan you need this series. If you’re not… you still need it.
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Everyone needs a good book binge sometimes, so if you were on the hunt for some new books to read then go and check them out above. With so much choice, you’ll be sorted with new books for a while.