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Top Ten Most Unique Books I’ve Ever Read!

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  I’ll admit I had a little more trouble than normal compiling this particular top ten. In my opinion, the uniqueness of a book strongly depends on how many other books you’ve read within that genre. So one book that I found unique may be just like another one that you’ve read and vice versa. Although, I guess all of these posts are subjective, so I don’t know why I am taking exception to this week, haha. Anyway, here are the ten awesome books I landed on:

 Top Ten Most Unique Books I’ve Ever Read

All of these I found unique one way or another, whether they had a different writing style, point of view, setting, or plot, each one stood out to me as fantastically atypical. If I’m not mistaken, I rated all of them at least four stars or higher, and some of them are among my all-time favorites… Quite possibly because of the uniqueness.

 What’s the most unique book you’ve read and loved?

by nikihawkes

6 comments on “Top Ten Most Unique Books I’ve Ever Read!

  1. I’m currently reading Way of Kings and it’s SOOO good! I think you can pretty much add any Sanderson book to the list. They are all unique in one way or other!

    Salvage definitely is unique but it wasn’t my kind of book at all. I couldn’t get into it :/

  2. The Night Circus is most definitely on my list. It is the number one book I would describe as “Magical”

  3. I ended up with mostly fantasy books on my list as well, even though I read primarily fantasy. I think it has to do with the ability to really build your own world in a way that feels unique. Sanderson also made my list because, in my opinion, he’s the kind of this kind of thing. Great world-building and magic structures that feel new and fresh.

    I am kicking myself for leaving NIght Circus off my list… that is the perfect choice!

  4. The Night Circus is on my list too – it is so imaginative! Sanderson is the perfect choice. I have only read Mistborn but I need to read ALL his books!

  5. Oooh great list! I still want to read The Night Circus and All Our Yesterdays. You know how it goes, I remember today that I want to read it and tomorrow it gets lost in the TBR mountain… I think I have been eyeing The Night Circus for about 2 years maybe…

    Chanzie @ Mean Who You Are.

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