Top 3 Thursday

Top 3 Thursday – Most Unique Books I’ve Read

It is Top 3 Thursday time again and this week is looking at the most unique books I have read. Although it is possible that the books on my list are not unique at all, they are either the only one I have come across or were the first I had come across at the time I read it.

A Dog’s Purpose
by W. Bruce Cameron

I am a dog person, so I love a book that features dogs. What I had not come across outside of a children’s book was a novel from the POV of a dog. I fell in love with the dog, who went by multiple names during the story, and was moved by the deeper meaning of the novel. I am yet to come across another book that is similar, besides the others in the series, but I would love to know if anyone else knows of any like this one.

Gap Year in Ghost Town
by Michael Pryor

I was obsessed with the TV show Ghost Whisperer and was a little heartbroken when it ended. Then I was introduced to this book and I have been obsessed with it ever since! Ghosts and mysteries, so already winning, but what made it more unique was the Aussie setting and Aussie slang. I am so happy it has a sequel and that similar books are starting to find their way onto my bookshelves, even if they are not set in Aus.

The Night Circus
by Erin Morgenstern

I am in love with the old fashioned circuses and carnivals, and this book provides that combined with magic! Although there are somewhat similar books out there, there has not yet been a book that has been anywhere as amazing (in my opinion).

Do you know of any similar books to the ones above?
Let me know in the comments.

Until next time bibliophiles!

Amy x

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