Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme started by the Broke and the Bookish. Each week they chose a new meme and bloggers pick their Top Ten Books, TV Shows, Movies, etc that fit that theme. This week theme is: Most Unique Books I've Read. This is a busy week for me (I nearly didn't get this posted) so I went with five books instead of ten!!
- Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion - I honestly think Isaac Marion's writing style and the voice he gives to his characters. R is one of my favorite fictional characters, and it's because of how he sees the world.
- Warlock Holmes by GS Denning - It's an interesting spin on the world of Sherlock Holmes. I really like how the roles are a bit flipped with Sherlock and Watson. It's a unique look at one of my favorite series.
- Illuminae by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff - Just the way the book is written is unique. I've seen very few like it, but the way these two authors have spun this plot has been so cool! I cannot wait to see how the end it.
- Supernatural Enhancements by Edgar Cantero - Not only is the book written differently than most, the plot itself is unique. The story is told through video tape feeds, letters, and diary entries. It takes a while for the whole pictures to form. And the ending! It's a really unique and amazing book.
- Novice by Taran Matharu - The world that Taran Matharu has created is unique. While this book could have easily turned into something similar to Hogwarts, it really had a life of it's own. The way worlds co-exist and the characters themselves. It's really a unique read.