7 books with a unique plot |

there are times when I just want a unique plot


I do love cliche stories as much as the next reader but sometimes I just want something a little bit or entirely different. I am only adding contemporary / romance / YA standalone for this since I think it is almost a requirement for YA serieses to have a uniue plot to even be considered a good YA series.


here are some of the books that I have read that just have a very different story compared to other books. . .


1.     As You Wish by Chelsea Sedoti




This book is so wonderfully good I have no idea how else to explain or talk about it in a small and short space. The incorporation of the magical and supernatural element into the story just made the whole so much more magical. I expected a very cheesy plot starting this book, but I was happy to find myself very terribly wrong.


This book is about wishing, all the good and bad that comes with having a type of magic that everyone may want, but not everyone may know how to have.

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2.     Eliza and Her Monsters by Colleen Hoover




I am telling you right now that I am in love with this book. TOtaLLy IN LOVE!! The plot is something that I didn’t know I wanted but finding about this book . . . I just had to read it. The story talks about love in such a different but still contemporary and modern way. This will also be personally loved by bloggers, media artists, etc. who enjoy a good contemporary read.

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3.     Love Letters to the Dead by Ava Dellaira




The book is about a girl, well, er, who writes letters to the dead. I was very intrigued by this story since [at the time] it was the only book that I have ever seen that had a plot anything like this. This was a heartwarming story that made me realize quite a number of things.

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4.     Why We Broke Up by Daniel Handler




Why We Broke Up is such a different story and plot from other break up, love, romance, contemporary stories out there in the world. I ended up very satisfied with this book.

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5.     The Happy Birthday Song by NorthbyNorth




I actually read this as a wattled book and it is still standing as my #1 favorite wattpad book of all time. I have no idea if it is still up and posted at wattled.com but I certainly hope so, because I don’t think there is any other copy of this anywhere else.

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6.     I’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson




This certainly one of the outrageously good and unique books I will have ever read in my entire life. Read it.

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7.     My Lady Jane by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, Jodi Meadows



I am laughing just adding this here. This is a historical fiction. . . but yeah. I don’t know how to talk about this. You have to read this to understand me.

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Have any other books that you read that had a unique plot? Comment them below!



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  1. Nice recommendations, thank you for suggesting those! I totally agree with Eliza and Her Monsters and Love Letters to the Death, the rest I haven’t read, but I’m adding them to my TBR! Amazing idea, btw! 🙂

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