19 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Spring/summer releases that didn’t get enough hype

  1. Great list! I’ve heard of Darius The Great Is Not OK and heard good things about it – going to have to check it out. Vox is currently on reserve from the library – I’m really looking forward to it!

  2. Wonderful list! I’ve been seeing Darius around everywhere lately – and I am so happy, because it sounds like such an incredible book, I can’t wait to read it 😀 I’m also curious about Vox, it sounds so intriguing, and The Summer of Jordi Perez is on my TBR, it sounds really good, too 😀 What a great list Kate! 😀

  3. This is a great list for this topic Kate, I’ve only really heard of a couple of these, and I’ve only read two of them myself so they’re definitely releases that didn’t get enough hype in my mind too. 🙂 I really loved Darius the Great is Not Okay, I read it recently myself and thought it was amazing, honestly that book deserves all the hype in the world and I will be recommending it to so many people going forwards.
    Great picks for this week, and great post too, 🙂 ❤

    1. Thanks Beth! I haven’t read Darius yet, but the more I hear about it, the more I want to pick it up. I’ve seen a few people I follow talking about it, but I still think it’s been underhyped for how good it sounds. I’ll have to look out for it next time I’m in Waterstones! Thanks for stopping by Beth 🙂 ❤

  4. I totally agree A Girl Like That deserves more hype!! It was such an important read, and I’m highly anticipiating Tanaz Bhathena’s 2019 release! Giant Days is also on my TBR.

  5. I read four of those. Bollywood was a solid 5-stars for me. I loved it so much! Twinkle was fun and cute, Jordi was an adorable romance, and Giant Days was a fabulous story of friendship. I love that you featured these books.

  6. I really enjoyed Out of the Blue, and want to pick up Twinkle at some point- I definitely agree it’s not had much hype, particularly in comparison to When Dimple Met Rishi! I’m also planning to get hold of Giant Days as I’ve enjoyed all of Non Pratt’s books so far.
    Amy x

    1. Yeah, Out of the Blue had such a sweet f/f romance – that was one of the highlights for me. I think Twinkle will get more hype next year in the UK, because (as far as I know) it’s only out in the US at the moment. I’m about half way through Giant Days and it’s a fun read!

  7. I wasn’t the biggest fan of A Girl Like That, but it did have a certain charm about it and was definitely underrated. I really enjoyed My So-Called Bollywood Life! It was so cute and light, and I’m actually really surprised that it wasn’t super hyped up. Thanks for bringing Out of the Blue to my radar, because now I totally need it!!

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