Happy Tuesday! From a book narrated from the collective perspective of a Greek chorus of gay men who’ve died from aids to a Kafkaesque, apocalyptic story of mutant bugs taking over an Iowa town, all of these books boggled my mind with their uniqueness. I couldn’t help wondering, how did the authors dream this up? What’s the most unique book you’ve read? I want to hear about it!
Thanks to The Broke and the Bookish for hosting this weekly book meme!
13 thoughts on “Top Ten Most Unique Books I’ve Read”
I haven’t read Challenger Deep by Shusterman, but I did enjoy Unwind (other than the cultural appropriation of Native culture) and the discussion surrounding it. I heard Challenger Deep was really good though!
I do really enjoy his books! I also read his Elsewhere series. Definitely creative and unique.
I keep thinking that I should read Grasshopper Jungle. I’ve seen it on a few lists so far this week. Hmm… 🙂 Great list!
It’s definitely a unique book. I’ve never read anything like it!
I remember hearing grasshopper Jungle was pretty out there. And Elsewhere looks interesting as well!
I really enjoyed both books!
Two Boys Kissing has been on my list for some time now. I really need to get on that!
Here is my <a href="http://www.longandshortreviews.com/miscellaneous-musings/the-most-unique-books-ive-read/"TTT. Thanks!
I LOVE that book. Couldn’t recommend it more.
A lot of these look really good and I haven’t heard of them, that is a shame and I am going to add them to my list now! Awesome list
Great list! I love the cover of Grasshopper Jungle but I haven’t read it – I may have to check it out at some point. =)
Challenger Deep was on my list this week too!
My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2017/04/11/top-ten-tuesday-102/
I’d say most Andrew Smith books would fit this category! 🙂
Lauren @ Always Me