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5 "Unknown" Books I Love

In the blogging world, many books can become hyped and others can be left behind. In this blog post, I would like to take a look at some books that I love that you may not have heard of. So let's get started... 

1. In Bloom by Matthew Crow

In BloomI read In Bloom years ago and I really enjoyed it. It is a really touching story about a boy who is suffering from cancer and was also really funny and endearing. More people should definitely read this one! 














2. North of Porter by Kirkland Ciccone

North of Porter
North of Porter is a strange and weird book but I mean this in the best way as I really enjoyed this book when I read it a couple of years ago and it was one of my favourite books of the year. If you can find it I definitely recommend it!














3. Tell Us Something True by Dana Reinhardt

Tell Us Something True
Tell Us Something True is a great contemporary that I don't know if a lot of people have heard of but it is a really short book which is really interested and I loved reading, I would highly recommend it!















4. Dead Ends by Erin Lange

Dead EndsDead Ends is a great YA book that I read a few years ago and that everyone should read. It is a sweet book and has quite complex characters so it is a good read!















5. Eren by Simon P. Clarke

Eren
This is the only MG book on the list and for good reason because it is really good. I read it in one day and it is really creepy and definitely worth the read!















Have you read any of these books? If so, did you like them?

See you soon, 

Amy

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