I like lists. They’re easy on the eye and they save me from having to remember where I’ve put things so here is a list of indie books I have read and loved. For me, each one has a certain something that elevates it from good book to great book.
To make updating this list easier the first great indie book I ever read will be at the bottom of the list while the most recent will be at the top. Apologies but I am terrible at maintenance. The links are to my reviews for those who have not already read them.
Drawing Breath by Laurie Boris. My review is here
Bram Stoker’s Summer Sublet by Candy Korman. My review is here
Joe Cafe by J.D.Mader. My review is here.
The Norothian cycle by M. Edward McNally [includes The Sable City, The Death of a Kingdom and Wind from Miilark]. My review is here, here and… and I’ve just realised that I haven’t done a review of the third book in the series! I shall rectify that shortly because it is my favourite!
Only the Innocent by Rachel Abbott. My review is here.
Ian’s Story by Stephen Faulds. My review is here.
The Mary Shelley Game by Candy Korman. My review is here.