Tuesday, April 11, 2017

TTT: Most Unique Books I've Read


This week's TTT topic: Most Unique Books I've Read

All of these fall under the umbrella of Speculative Fiction, and for most of them their uniqueness lies in their world-building.







 What unique books are your favorites?

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  1. I don't think I am familiar with this genre. I should check these out. Which one was your favorite?

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    1. The Thief is the first book of my all time favorite series. Other than that it's really hard to pick a favorite...

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  2. So many books here that I love so hard! And I'm very excited that I'll finally be able to read A Face Like Glass!

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    1. It is my FAVORITE Hardinge novel. I still can't believe it took so long to come to the US.

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  3. Connie Willis, yes! Everyone's posts on this are so great, and keep sparking more thoughts. Isn't it wonderful how many unique books there are out there? (And I'm so excited for all of you who finally get to read Face Like Glass!)

    (When I started this comment I had another unique book in mind, but now I can't remember what it was. Think it might be time to go to bed ...)

    Oh, don't know if this is the one I was thinking of, but The True Meaning of Smekday, by Adam Rex, is unlike anything else.

    Going to bed now.

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    1. Smekday is definitely in a category of its own!

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  4. Shadowshaper was so good, especially on audio! :)

    Lauren @ Always Me

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    1. I've heard the audio version is amazing. I have a hard time focusing on audio books so don't do them often but maybe I'll try this one.

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  5. I haven't read any books- but just based on the cover, Shadow Shaper looks really good!

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    1. Shadow Shaper is FABULOUS. Diverse, authentic, creepy, with a kick ass heroine.

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