Top Ten Tuesday ~ Most Unique Books I’ve Read

Top Ten Tuesday ~ Most Unique Books I’ve Read
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Topic for April 8, 2014 is Top Ten Most Unique Books I’ve Read (maybe the MC was really different, maybe it was the way it was written, a very unique spin on a genre or topic, etc.)

You would think that with all the paranormal romance and urban fantasy that I read, that this would be an easy task. I am finding that despite the different series, there always seems to be commonalities throughout them all, which makes it hard to find something truly unique. This list will be far from ten, but they are a few that have stood out enough to make me think of them when I saw the topic.

  1. Red-Headed Stepchild by Jaye Wells. There is a certain demon that turns into a hairless cat.
  2. Heartsick by Chelsea Cain. There are some pretty unique forms of torture that our favorite female serial killer uses.
  3. Anita Blake series. I think the use of all the different forms of shifters is different.
  4. Alien Huntress series. Aliens with supernatural qualities.
  5. Midnight Breed series. Vampires originating from an alien species.

So I’m going to stick to five. I’m sure once I hit publish 5 more will come to me. What are a few of the most unique books you’ve read?

  • alexia561

    Nice list! I don’t think I could come up with ten either, as it seems that urban fantasy likes to recycle themes sometimes. Loved Red-Headed Stepchild, so good pick!

    • Tanya Davis

      Isn’t Giguhl the best side-kick ever?!


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