Today I’m sharing 7 more of my favorite memoirs. Here’s what sets these apart: in last week’s list, you’d probably heard of all (or certainly most) of the titles already. But these are memoirs you have to be on the lookout for: you won’t spy them on a bestseller list, or stumble upon them at your local bookstore.
I heard about these wonderful books from fellow readers, word of mouth, who either encouraged me to read a book I’d never seen before, or persuaded me to read a book I would have otherwise overlooked because of the reviews.
That’s my definition of “underrated.” I can’t wait to hear your underrated favorites in comments.
A Jane Austen Education: How Six Novels Taught Me About Love, Friendship, And The Things That Really Matter
Of all Winner's books, this one has the lowest rating on Goodreads. I understand why: there are more than a few lackluster chapters breaking up the good parts. But the good parts are so good this book is well worth the effort, especially if you've resonated with Lauren's previous works.More info →
Do you have a favorite underrated memoir? Give it some word-of-mouth love and us all about it in comments.