Ten Six Most Unique Books I’ve Read
- Ishmael by Daniel Quinn — This book definitely changed my life and my way of thinking. The premise is extremely unique (almost odd) but it’s very eye-opening and really does stay with you.
- Fated by S.G. Browne — A unique premise in which other-worldly presences like Fate, Destiny, and Death live human lives with the rest of us, and what happens when they have their own doubts.
- The Book Thief by Markus Zusak — The way this book was written, from the perspective of Death, really grabs you. The descriptions of war in this book were beautiful in their own tragic way. I never saw the film adaptation of this, and I’m kinda glad I didn’t, because I wasn’t sure how well it would translate to screen.
- Candy Girl by Diablo Cody — A book about a woman’s stint as a stripper. Candid, vulgar, obscene…moments of this book made feel very uncomfortable, but at the same time I couldn’t put it down.
- The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova — A vampire book that’s less about vampires and more about actual history. Love it! I adore historical fiction and the dash of paranormal activity in this story is just enough.
- Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green & David Levithan — This isn’t the first book I’ve read that tells the story through varying viewpoints, but the particular story it told was pretty interesting and different. The characters were unique, and the ways in which they connected was different as well.
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