Teaser Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by Purple Princess of The Purple Booker.
Here are the rules:
1. Grab your current read
2. Open to a page
4. Name the title, author, etc.
"This would have to be Vika's decision, and her decision alone.
It was the freedom to determine her own fate that she'd yearned for." p 333*
*This quote comes from the ARC, therefore it and its page number are not final.
TITLE: The Crown's Game
AUTHOR: Evelyn Skye
PUBLISHER: Balzer + Bray
GENRE: Fantasy YA
RELEASE DATE: May 16, 2017
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This week's topic is: Top Ten of the Most Unique Books I've Ever Read
*in no particular order
10. BETWEEN THE LINES by Jodi Picoult & Samantha Van Leer--this one was truly unique! A story that's divided into three, we have Delilah who's enchanted with a children's fairy tale, you have the fairy tale itself, and then there's Oliver, the prince from the fairy tale who asks Delilah to help break him out of the story!
9. THE DEAD HOUSE by Dawn Kurtagich--this one was a trip! and I loved it! Told in various formats with dairies and video clips we learn of two sisters, one who lives in daylight and the other at night...and they share the same body!
8. TIGER'S CURSE by Colleen Houck--this one was rich with culture! I didn't know anything about Indian mythology before this one. It could be overwhelming at times because of that, but I still truly enjoyed it and the series at large!
7. THE RULES by Nancy Holder & Debbie Viguie--just one of their many books they've written together! Their stories always involve multiple narrations, I can't remember how many this one had, maybe 6? Needless to say, there's a lot of points of view and yet, the story is told so smoothly! I am never confused when I read one of their books. It just flows together really nicely!
6. THE BODY FINDER by Kimberly Derting--what is so awesome about this series is that we get the killer's point of view as well! How creepy is that? Pretty much so!
5. WARM BODIES by Isaac Marion--a book told from the POV of a zombie. You'd think it's be a lot of Grr, Argh! (lol) But R is still pretty in-tune with his human side.
4. SLASHER GIRLS & MONSTER BOYS edited by April Genevieve Tucholke--a collection of terrifying short stories that were all based on some horror movie or other spooky kind of story! It was pretty creepy! But still totally awesome!
3. WINK POPPY MIDNIGHT by April Genevieve Tucholke--April has a real unique way of writing. This may have been one of the more bizarre ones, but it was still an interesting story format and telling.
2. SHATTER ME by Tahereh Mafi--Juliette is a unique kind of character as well. Though it's kind of warranted as she was locked up for most of her life. Plus her touch can kill a man, hence the locking up part. So her personality is a bit stunted you could say. Her crossing out her thoughts in the story is one of the things I found unique about the story.
1. ILLUMINAE by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff--you want a unique and incredibly amazing book? Read this one!! We're talking the ultimate unique way of telling a story! I initially held off because I wasn't sure how this email, chatroom chats, transcripts and the like would work to tell me a story, but OMG...IT WORKS!!