BBAW headquarters to talk about books that we don't think have gotten the buzz they deserve. We all know that there are plenty of books that we see all over the blogosphere and the world over and clearly get all the buzz they need but what about those forgotten treasures that are wonderful books in their own rights that you've read this year?
An absolutely fabulous book that I read for the first time this year was Marie Bostwick's 'River's Edge'. Set in WWII in New England, we see a young girl come to grips with her heritage and make peace with a new life in a different country. I absolutely loved this book.
Another interesting read that really stretched, for me, the way a book can be written, was Nancy Houston's 'Fault Lines'. Set in modern day and working it's way back to WWII it deals with events that occurred that set a family on it's axis but no one ever wanted to talk about. It made you want to get to the source.
So tell, what have you read lately that you thought didn't get the attention it deserved?