(Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and The Bookish!)
It’s difficult to write a unique book, because nearly everything has been written before. That’s why retellings have become so popular: they’re socially acceptable ways of putting your own spin on a story!
It took me so long to choose five unique books that I’ve already read, so I’ve decided to also talk about five books that I want to read that sound unique. They might not be, but I have my fingers crossed.
Five unique books I’ve read:
5) ‘This Song Is (Not) for You’
by Laura Nowlin
by Laurie Elizabeth Flynn
3) ‘The State of Grace’
by Rachael Lucas
2) ‘You Were Here’
by Cori McCarthy
1) ‘Seven Ways We Lie’
by Riley Redgate
Five unique books I want to read:
by Maria Dahvana Headley
4) ‘Wonder’ by R.J. Palacio
3) ‘Of Fire and Stars’
by Audrey Coulthurst
2) ‘Floored’ by Sara Barnard, Holly Bourne, Eleanor Wood, Lisa Williamson, Melinda Salisbury, Non Pratt and Tanya Byrne
‘Floored’ isn’t released until July 2018, but this monumental project sounds like it’s going to be unique: can you name another book that has seven authors?!
1) ‘The Love Interest’
by Cale Dietrich
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I hope you enjoyed this Top Ten Tuesday! Have you read any books that you’d describe as unique?