Top Ten Tuesday: Top 10 Most Unique Books I Have Read

This is a weekly Meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish Where Fellow Book Bloggers Share The Top Ten of The Given Subject.

Top Ten Unique Books I Have Read

1. Wings – Aprilynne Pike
Plot  What other book is about a girl who finds out she is a plant and that a huge flower will grow out of her back around her birthday every year!

6474771        Check out my review for the last book in the series Here

2. Under The Dome – Stephen King
Length This is the longest book I have ever read, being well over 800 pages!

7137788        Check out my review for this book Here

3. H.I.V.E – Mark Walden
Plot A Series from the point of view of villains & Characters the main character is a test tube subject. Makes for a unique and interesting tale!

12316194        Check out my review for book 8 of this series Here

4. Heroes Of Olympus – Rick Riordan
Narrators This book series is unique for the amount of narrators that it has! each novel has anywhere from 3 to 8 characters narrating the story!

8675753        Check out my review for book 4 of this series Here

5. Tom Gates – Liz Pichon
Writing Style It is written in doodles!


6. Morganville Vampires – Rachel Caine
Main Character No often you have a genius as your main protagonist in a vampire novel & Plot not often do you get a vampire novel where the main plot is not based on a huge love affair.

3566345        I’m Currently Reading the Last Book in this series – so watch out for a review!

7. Grimm’s Fairy Stories – Brothers Grimm
Guts This book has guts! not often will you get fairy stories with so much death, destruction and gore. Enough to make sure that a child will never sleep again!

22917        Check out my review for this book Here

8. Airhead – Meg Cabot
Plot A geeky girl who has her brain/consciousness transplanted into a model – makes for an interesting story!


9. Sherlock: A Study in Scarlet – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Mini Book This book contains a mini story from the past in the middle that lasts for half the book before we go back to Sherlock Holmes. That is a first for me.


10. The Handmaid’s Tale – Margaret Atwood
Plot A unique dystopian plot line centering on a lack of fertility in the world and a not so violent revolutionary plot line compared to most novels of this genre. It also has a more grown up and adult theme to it, unlike most dystopian that are aimed at YA.



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