Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Top Ten Books We Enjoyed That Have Under 2000 Ratings On Goodreads


 Top Ten Books I've Enjoyed That Have Under 2000 Ratings On Goodreads

Life Below Stairs: True Lives of Edwardian Servants - Anyone else missing Downton Abbey?? Ever wonder how accurate the show really was? Well, this nifty book will get you started.

Lord Greville's Captive - One of my first historical romance novels. There was an element of mystery and drama that got me hooked on this genre. I learned a little about the English Civil War in the process.

Love and Freindship by Jane Austen - At the tender age of 15 Jane Austen was already showing her genius wit. Seriously underrated, especially with all the great fainting scenes.

The Highwayman - If you're looking for a steamy read this summer, this one is red hot. Can't believe it's so under the radar ratings-wise. Great childhood sweethearts + hidden identity story.

How To Draw Manga by Katy Coope - After falling in love with anime in the early 2000s, naturally, I wanted to draw my own characters. Coope's book remains one of the most helpful books for beginners. I have her to thank for my chibis.

Songs For A Teenage Nomad - I recall liking the music-loving main character and the unique song journal she keeps. I feel like this one would make a good movie or tv series.

Find Momo Coast to Coast: A Photography Book - If you love dogs and picture searches (Where's Waldo, anyone?) Find Momo is great fun for kids and adults alike.

Silly Kingdom - If you're up for a good dose of Saturday morning cartoon nostalgia (somewhere between Adventure Time, Legend of Zelda, and Disney's Sword In The Stone) please check out Silly Kingdom. Hard to believe I've been following the authors for ten years. =O

Doctor Cat - For those who like Pusheen or Chi's Sweet Home, I think you'll also enjoy Doctor Cat, an adorable kitty who also happens to be a doctor. He has a friend who's a Lawyer Cat as well. Cuteness all around.

The Christmas Doll - One of my first reviews on this blog *jaw drops at the passing of time* (back before I knew what I was doing...wait I still dunno). This story has a "Little Princess" or "Oliver Twist" feel mixed with the beauty of the Christmas season.

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