T10T: Most Unique Books I’ve Read

Top 10 Tuesdays are a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish, graphic belongs to them.


The City’s Son by Tom Pollock



The You I’ve Never Known by Ellen Hopkins



Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare



Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs



Unhooked by Lisa Maxwell



Replica by Lauren Oliver



The Martian by Andy Weir



A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle



The Little Prince by Antoine De Saint-Exupéry



Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare


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    1. It’s amazing! There’s some kind of love pentagon, not quite a triangle—way more complicated than TID. But the characters are lovable, and there are some special cameos!! I haven’t finished TMI, I still have book three at home to read. 😅 However, I spoiled the series for myself anyway. I’m still determined to finish it though!

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      1. Hmm…even more complicated than TID? An accomplishment! And lovable characters are always good. Ooh, special cameos…hmm…and that’s ok! I find the first three books the best, but I really like Heavenly Fire. The other two were all right, COHF is great!

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    1. I highly recommend them!! The City’s Son and Unhooked are both favorites of mine! And I love The Martian, it was really funny yet a bit educational. 😄 It’s good to learn new sci-if terms.


  1. I love all of the books from TMI, TID and TDA! Lady Midnight was honestly so unique and beautiful, but I enjoyed Lord of Shadows (the next book) even more!

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