Goodreads is fantastic, don't you agree? They supply so much information, give you the opportunity to share what you've read with friends and offers groups where you can find new inspiration. I've been following "Emma's Book Club" for quite a while and thoroughly enjoy it.
In any of my posts, I will put the link to Goodreads under the picture of the book. If you are interested in my Goodreads page, here is the link.
I always enjoy new kind of literature, something I haven't read before. So, when I saw the group "Brilliant Books You've Never Heard of" on Goodreads, I decided to join it, as well. They decide once a month on their next read and you can forward suggestions that must only meet three criteria:
Published in or after 1960, but at least 6 months old
No more than 5,000 Goodreads ratings
You will see that this results in some very diverse literature. I will try to read some of them when I can get my hands on them.
Can you recommend any brilliant books that others have never heard of?
Mine would be:
Stroyar, J.N. "The Children's War" and "A Change of Regime"
Saintcrow, Lilith "She Wolf and Cub" - Goodreads
Owens, Mark + Delia "Cry of the Kalahari" - Goodreads
Stackpole, Michael A. "A Secret Atlas" - Goodreads
Delport, Melissa "The Cathedral of Cliffdale" (Guardians of Summerfeld #1) - Goodreads
Ryan, Anthony "The Waking Fire" - Goodreads
Höst, Andrea K. "Hunting" - Goodreads
Owen, Zachary T. "Beauties in the Deep" - Goodreads
Marlow, Faith "Being Mrs. Dracula" - Goodreads
Jans, Donald "Freaks I've Met" - Goodreads
Austin, Emily R. "Oh Honey" - Goodreads
Crispell, Susan Bishop "The Secret Ingredient of Wishes" - Goodreads
Penn, J.F. "Stone of Fire (Arkane #1) - Goodreads
Czerski, Helen "Storm in a Teacup: The Physics of Everyday Life" - 2016