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Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish in which you make a list of ten to do with a certain topic. This week’s topic is “Top Ten Of The Most Unique Books I’ve Read (topic originally done 4/14) Some variations: top ten unique sounding books on my TBR, top ten most unique books I’ve read in X genre, etc.”
Lenoreo’s Top Ten:
And each book is unique in different ways… I’ve got 5 contemporaries, and 5 non-contemporaries. 😉
- Road to Somewhere by Kelley Lynn & Jenny S. Morris — I loved that this story may have contained some romance, but it was really about the relationship between two sisters…I found that very unique.
- Love Me Never (Lovely Vicious #1) by Sara Wolf — Our heroine, Isis, is incredibly unique all on her own. Her inner thoughts were out of this world. See my review here.
- Loving Libby (College Life) by Mia Josephs — Formerly titled 3 Sides to a Circle, I found this one so unique in the NA genre because it focused not just on romance but on friendship relationships that are created in college.
- Four Summers by Nyrae Dawn — This story was actually told over the course of 4 summers and I really enjoyed how that played out.
- The Real Thing by Cassie Mae — Hero is a virgin, need I say more?
- The Rush (The Siren #1) by Rachel Higginson — A paranormal series around the mythos of Sirens that involves sex trafficking? Yup, definitely unique.
- Heir of Skies (Starbright #1) by Rachel Higginson — Another paranormal series about *STARS* that are beings? Yup, unique.
- Gathering Water (Gathering Water #1) by Regan Claire — I can’t even describe to you this paranormal world, b/c it was just so unique…I loved the way it played with elements and grabbed things from different mythos but made it its own. Oh, and the romance also took me in places I didn’t expect. See my review here.
- Truth in the Dark by Amy Lane — This was just a bizarre erotic fairy tale, though I can’t quite pin down what fairy tale. It was just strange but awesome.
- Ride the Wind (Flipped Fairy Tales) by Starla Huchton — And speaking of odd fairy tales, I had never heard of the fairy tale that this story was based on. And the thing I love about this series (though I’ve still only read this one so far) is that they are gender flipped! I can’t wait to read more. See my review here.
So how about you guys? What books did you find unique in some way or another?