Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Some of the most unique books you’ll ever read

Happy Tuesday everyone!

As always, Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted over at The Broke and The Bookish, and this week’s theme is:

April 11: Top Ten Of The Most Unique Books I’ve Read

Finding truly unique books can be rare when there are so many similar tropes in each genre, but these are just a few of those that struck me as being different – whether it was the characters, setting or narrative style – these novels are unlike anything I’ve ever read.

What are some of the most unique books you’ve read? Do you agree with any on this list? Or do you disagree? Let’s discuss in the comments!

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7 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Some of the most unique books you’ll ever read

  1. I have yet to read The Night Circus and it’s been on my TBR since I’ve been on booktube/bookstagram/blogs etc. I even checked it out of my library via audiobook but then forgot about it..I really need to pick it up because I’ve heard nothing but great things about it! I also am DYING to read daughter of smoke and bone! I just bought strange the dreamer because everyone has been RAVING about it so I have now made it my mission to read all of Laini Taylor’s books. Six of Crows and ADOS are two of my all time fave reads as well!! Shamefully, I haven’t read the book thief yet but I WILL GET TO IT ONE DAY I SWEAR..

  2. Great picks for this week Kate. Some of these books I’ve read are all-time favourite of mine as well. The Night Circus is definitely unique; I’ve never read another story like it and believe me I’ve tried to find one because I need more like it.
    Daughter of Smoke and Bone, Six of Crows and Shades of Magic are more all-time favourites of mine, and again they’re so unique in terms of the stories, the characters and the world they’re all set in as well.
    Again great picks for this week! 😀 ❤

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