Top Ten Tuesday: Books with Under 2000 Ratings

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Top 10 Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.

After seeing this topic on a few different blogs, I had to take part myself. Across book blogs we often seen a lot of the same books. This is such a good way to share some books we enjoyed which people may have missed.

I have ordered these from least amount of ratings on Goodreads.

  1. The Other Eight by Joseph R. Lallo (65 ratings)
    • This is a fantastic alternative super hero story which I highly recommend.
  2. The Informant by Susan Wilkins (151 ratings)
    • This is a great novel following a young woman from a crime family and a police woman working on bringing the family down. The sequel, The Mourner, is even better.
  3. Free-Wrench by Joseph R. Lallo (249 ratings)
    • The second Lallo novel on the list. This is a steampunk novel following a young girl from an isolated island. When her mother falls ill she blags her way onto a steamship to try and find a cure.
  4. Death Notice by Todd Ritter (280 ratings)
    • A killer is on the loose in a small town in Pennsylvania, and the local newspaper has is receiving the obituaries before the victims were killed. If you like gory crime, definitely check this out.
  5. The Immortals by Tracy Hickman (559 ratings)
    • Set in an alternative 2010, where disease has ravaged the United States causing the government to quarantine sufferers in concentration style camps.
  6. The Wrong Man by David Ellis (766 ratings)
    • A homeless man is arrested on suspicion of murder. With evidence stacking up against him, his lawyer believes in his innocence and now has to prove it.
  7. The Girl on the Landing by Paul Torday (1,472 ratings)
    • Elizabeth thinks she knows her husband of 10-years well. But on holiday in Ireland he begins to change after seeing a mysterious girl on the landing.
  8. We Know by Gregg Hurwitz (1,526 ratings)
    • Nick thinks he has moved on from the events of 20 years ago. But then a SWAT team bursts into his flat. A terrorist as gained control of a nuclear reactor and Nick is the only person he’ll talk to.
  9. The Silent Stars Go By by Dan Abnett (1,775 ratings)
    • There were plenty of Doctor Who novels I could include on here, but this is my favourite (featuring the Eleventh Doctor, Amy Pond and Rory Williams)
  10. Locked In by Kerry Wilkinson (1,799 ratings)
    • The first book in a great crime series set in Manchester, following DS Jessica Daniel
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