Top 5 Tuesday – Star's Top 5 underrated #LoveOzYA of 2019

This week Star brings us her Top 5 Underrated #LoveOzYA books that were published in 2019

Each year there are so many incredible #LoveOzYA books published, which I adore so much. I just have found that some get overshadowed, as is the norm with books. But here are 5 books that I’d love to see have more attention on them.

This is Poppy Nwosu’s first published book, and I found it really sweet and lovely. There’s something to be said about soft books, and this was one of the softest I have read this year.

2) Love Lie Repeat by Catherine Greer
I need to talk more about this book. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I love the cover so much, and the story was absolutely captivating. Please go pick this up if you haven’t already.

3) Underdog edited by Tobias Madden
I was lucky enough to win a copy of this book! And it was so good. There’s many stories in here that I think a lot of people will connect with. And I’ve discovered some new authors I’d love to see more books from, too.

4) How It Feels To Float by Helena Fox
This book! Oh my word, this book was just so good. I love books about mental health, and this book was so poetic and incredible. And it had wonderful friendships in it, too.

5) It Sounded Better In My Head by Nina Kenwood
While I didn’t connect with this book as much as I would have liked to, I still appreciated the story line, and enjoyed the content.

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  1. I sadly haven't read any of these books yet! But I do own one of them! Thanks Star for sharing your Top 5!


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