Monday, April 10, 2017
Take ten: top most unique books I have ever read
Perhaps this one is forefront in my mind since I just finished it. While the story is engaging and addresses a hard topic (beauty), the story didn't totally go where I thought it would. In all honesty, I'm still a little mad at parts of the ending! That said, it is a wonderful book.
This one is unique since it tells the story of an American mom living in a Muslim country and the differences she has to overcome. The author does a wonderful job, since I am sure she has drawn on personal experiences, with living over seas herself.
This series is still going, but so far, it has been a unique and interesting read! I look forward to the next book.
This one is another series that is still being released. It's a mind bending mystery!
Another unique series. It's a bit dark, so I wouldn't recommend it to young readers. It is well written and has a lot going on though!
I was surprised just how much I liked this one, since I would not of thought it to be my speed! An excellent speculative story.
The tips to feel ugly make this book one of the more unique ones on beauty!
I was surprised how different this story was, setting it apart in it's genre.
This one is a unique re-telling of the story of Cinderella set in modern times. I like how the story makes the reader see a bit of the step mother and step sister's side of things.
I was sad I didn't like this one more, since it has a lot going for the story and is well written. It also has a lot more junk then I thought necessary.:(
So, that's my list for the week. What are your thoughts or suggestions?
Posted by Inklings and Notions at 8:46 PM
Labels: broke and bookish, top ten
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Lots of interesting books on your list this week, Amanda! I've been curious about your first pick since I've seen it around (on Twitter and Goodreads), but to be honest, I never really read up on it. Also, 'Goodbye' is on my must read list next month and of course, I fully intend to read all of Charity's books. Soonish. :DReplyDelete
It's good, and yet I am still not sure I fully liked the ending.;) It is worth reading, as long as you are prepared for some hard topics. In other words, it is not a feel good story.Delete
I think you will love "Goodbye"!
lol, you do need to read Charity's books soonish.:D
I haven't heard of any of these! I need more trips to the bookstore, I think! What a great selection this week.ReplyDelete
Here is my TTT. Thanks!
I have not read any of the book mentioned in your post this week.ReplyDelete
Here's a link to my TTT post for this week:
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