Friday Favourites

Friday Favourites – Books Outside Your Usual Genre

This is hosted by Something of the Book who created this tag out of a love for lists. There are different topics for us all to be able to take part and you can find the prompts here. There isn’t a specific number of favourites so it’s entirely up to you how many you share. You can share your most or least favourites too!

So this weeks topic is books outside your usual genre, I tend to read a lot of fantasy and sci-fi so I guess they would be my usual genre so I’m going to share some books that I loved that were outside my usual genre.

1 The City of Brass by S.A. Chakraborty – Okay so if you know me then you know that I will shove this book in your face any chance I get and yes while this may count as fantasy it also counts as historical fiction so I’m including it! So anyways…GO READ THIS BOOK!

2 One of Us is Lying by Karen McManus – this is a thriller and I don’t usually read them but this intrigued me as it got so much hype and I’m so glad I read it because I loved it!

3 Love From A to Z by S.K. Ali – I never usually read romance but a halal romance with a hijabi on the cover? How could I resist?! It’s safe to say I loved this book!

4 All the Things we Never Said by Yasmin Rahman – I have never related to a contemporary book dealing with mental health so much! There’s a Muslim character and her religious beliefs are a part of her life so it was amazing to see that in there!

5 Geekerella by Ashley Poston – contemporaries have always been a hit and miss for me but I adore this book! It’s super cute and nerdy and I adore the characters!

So these are some of my favourite books outside my usual genre!

What books have you loved outside your usual genre?

6 thoughts on “Friday Favourites – Books Outside Your Usual Genre”

  1. One of Us is Lying was so good! I was not expecting that twist honestly. I feel like all my hours of watching Elementary and other police procedurals is a failure for not catching it lol. I definitely still want to read City of Brass and I’m glad that you highly recommend it!

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