A Year-End Roundup of the Top Notable and Neglected Fictitious Books Every Reader Overlooked

Pushing a wheelbarrow full of books

Every year, thousands of books are published. Most go unread because they’re crap, while others are unread because, hey let’s face it, the majority of the people in this country are not exactly voracious readers. Still, there are other books that go unread because unfortunately they are considered fictitious. I’ve rounded up a few of the best rare and non-existent fictitious books of the past year. If a book on the list piques your interest and you decide you want to track it down and read it, good luck with that.

Badger Village by Scott Bacon. A man moves to a new town and is constantly asked what his deal is. (Travel Fiction)

Rusty Blisters: Private Eye with a Scythe by Coleman Wang. A story about a private investigator who solves cases and carries a scythe. (Crime, Noir)

Quails Bathing in Fountains by Daniela Cartwright. A button found in a flowerpot brings back memories of a beloved pet chimp. (Literary Fiction)

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