Under-hyped YA Books and Series

Happy Friday, all! We hope you’ve had a great week. What are you reading this weekend? Something that we don’t see very often is blog posts about under-hyped books and series. When Danielle and Rachael come across posts that ask for new recommendations, they often try to suggest books that are not hyped. Below are just some recommendations of new YA books and series for you to read! The recommendations will be separated by genre and whether the book is part of a series or a standalone.

The following images are gathered from Goodreads or Amazon.

Fantasy

Series

The Winner’s Curse trilogy by Marie Rutkoski

The Merciful Crow duology by Margaret Owen

Standalones

Sisters of Sword and Song by Rebecca Ross

Four Dead Queens by Astrid Scholte

Science Fiction

Series

Firebird trilogy by Claudia Gray

Kaitan Chronicles doulogy by AdriAnne Strickland and Michael Miller

Standalones

I Hope You Get This Message by Farah Naz Rishi

Nowhere on Earth by Nick Lake

Contemporary

Series

Once Upon A Con trilogy by Ashley Poston

Songs About A Girl trilogy by Chris Russell

Standalones

What I Like You by Marisa Kanter

Now A Major Motion Picture by Cori McCarthy

Mystery

Series

A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder trilogy by Holly Jackson

The Shades of London trilogy by Maureen Johnson

Standalones

Daughter of the Burning City by Amanda Foody

I Am Princess X by Cherie Priest

Horror

Standalones

The Bone Houses by Emily Llyod-Jones

None Shall Sleep by Ellie Marney

Have you read any of these suggestions? What is your favorite under-hyped book or series that you’ve read? Let us know in the comments!

Published by Always, Bookish Lovers

We’re a sister duo and a best friend from Virginia, USA who absolutely love books! We all met while Danielle and Skyler were in college. Danielle and Skyler are teachers and Rachael is aspiring to be a librarian. As well as having a bookstagram, we co-run a blog together where we review books, post unboxings of other subscription boxes, and offer reading resources for parents and educators.

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