Some Unique Books I’ve Read Recently (Top 10 Tuesday #8)

Top 10 Tuesday is a weekly book meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. For future Top Ten Tuesday topics & info on how to participate, click here.

Once in a while, we find a story that is refreshing and different. It’s rare that books like these come up nowaday and when they do, it’s like finding treasure. Today’s post is all about some of the most unique books I have read recently read.    

1. Grasshopper Jungle by Andrew Smith

Grasshopper Jungle

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It’s really hard to describe this book. It was weird. It was gross. But it was also awesome and wonderful.

2. Coraline by Neil Gaiman

Coraline

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The plot of this book was nothing like I’ve read before. This is a very creepy children’s book and it is very well written feels very real.

3. Mudmen – The Quest For Humanity by Shitij Sharma

MUDMEN - The Quest For Humanity

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This book is an excellent take on the question, “What happens when the world ends?” It is a very short read but extremely intriguing. I will be posting a review of it soon.

4. The Reflections of Queen Snow White by David Meredith

The Reflections of Queen Snow White

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This book was a huge surprise for me. I didn’t expect the plot to be so unique and refreshing. The writing is beautiful in this book and it is very easy to get through. I have also done a full review of it here.

5. Constant Guests by Partricia Nedelea

Constant Guests

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This book is an amazing mixture of Historical Fiction and Magic. It has a lot of story lines and has so much depth that if there’s one book I would call completely unique, it’s this one. I have also done a full review of it here.

 

What are some of the unique book you have read? Leave me a link to your post or let me know down below!

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