Eight Most Unique Books I’ve Read
Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, and has a different subject every week. This week’s subject is the ten most unique books I’ve read. I couldn’t get to ten, but I still wanted to do this one, because I liked the subject; so here are the eight most unique books that I’ve read. Of course, this is my opinion, you could not find these books unique at all, but I did when I read them for the first time! I’ll tell you why I thought these were unique in just a couple of words (one or two sentences perhaps).
- Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children & Hollow City by Ransom Riggs – Creepy pictures with a story built around it, how awesome does that sound?!
- Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion – Not your average zombie story; this book is narrated by a zombie, one named ‘R’.
- The Book Thief by Markus Zusak – A war-story, told from the Germans’ perspective, and it’s narrated by Death!
- The Trylle Trilogy by Amanda Hocking – A story about trolls! And no I’m not talking about these trolls!
- Life on the Refrigerator Door by Alice Kuipers – Told in fridge-messages, and very very sad!
- Runemarks by Joanne Harris – An awesome story about the Norse Mythology, woohoo!
- The Maze Runner by James Dashner – Mostly male characters (okay all of them, apart from Teresa), and they’re surrounded by a creepy maze!
- The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer – Cinderella, Red Riding Hood and Rapunzel. But in the future. And in space! SPACE!
So here we are, the eight most unique books/book series in my opinion. What are yours? Share your link in the comments!