So books I haven't mentioned much but really loved.... this is a hard one, I mean if I have LOVED a book then you guys have to know about it. So, the first 5 are books which I haven't written review for because I read them before I started blogging and the last five are books that I can't shout their praises from the roof top loud enough!
So here we go:
1) Pellinor Series by Alison Croggon
I feel as though I have only mentioned this book a few times on my blog, and when I was younger this was one of those books I read over and over and over again. It's one of the first high fantasy book I read and is what I remember as one of my first 'big' books (it has upward of 400 pages - which was a lot back then).
2) All These Things I've Done (AKA Birthright Trilogy) by Gabrielle Zevin
I have been thinking about various ways in which I could talk about this series (I haven't decided how yet) but I read this book as the end of the 'Dystopian phase' (at least my dystopian phase) and loved it. Although, it is set in the future the main feature of this book that I loved was that the main character is the daughter of a murdered leader of a crime family. I love this plot idea and have been searching for similar books ever since.
3) Nightshade Trilogy by Andrea Cremer
This book is a teen urban fantasy set in a school, which is the setting for most teen werewolf book - something I know all to well I must have read 20+ books with the same 'twilight plot'. The reason this book is one this list is because instead of the main character being a completely clueless human, she is a strong werewolf leader-to-be who already has a loyal pack of friend and rivalries to deal with as well as forbidden romances.
4) Graceling by Kristen Cashore
I feel like this becoming a bit of a classic in the High fantasy genre and most people have either read it or at least heard of it, but i still had to put it on this list as I think I have only mentioned it once on my blog. It is such a great read and is one of my Top 5 Reread Fantasy Books.
5) To Marry a Prince by Sophie Page
This has the popular storyline of the prince falling in love with a commoner. I don't often talk about the few contemporary books I read because, I mainly enjoy them while reading but when I look back I realise they weren't really worth my time (just not my cup-of-tea), but sometimes I just fancy a fluff romance so I do read some. This one however I have re-read, and enjoyed it the second time so there must be something good about this one!