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Books That Were Written in the Most Weird and Unique Way

Our lives are surrounded by books. There is not a single human being who can survive without books. Almost all books are unique in their own way, but then there are some books which have no parallels.
Here are some books which are so unique in either the way they were written or in the way you have to read them that they are completely one of a kind.
Source: storypick.com ·
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Against Nature
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Alphabetical Africa
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Anguish Languish (Howard L. Lance)
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As I Lay Dying (William Faulkner)
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At Swim-Two-Birds
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The Beatrice Letters (Lemony Snickett)
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Breakfast of Champions
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Bruja (Wendy C.Ortiz)
9
Cloud Atlas (David Mitchell)
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Codex Seraphinianus (Luigi Serafini)
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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
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Dancing Lessons for the Advanced in Age (Bohumil Hrabal)
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13
Darkling (Anna Rabinowitz)
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The Diver's Clothes Lie Empty (Vendela Vida)
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The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
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Ella Minnow Pea (Mark Dunn)
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Eunoia (Christian Bok)
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The Familiar (Mark Z. Danielewski)
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Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (Hunter S. Thompson)
20
Finnegans Wake by James Joyce
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Full-Metal Indigiqueer (Joshua Whitehead)
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Gadsby (Ernest Vincent Wright)
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The Gates of Paradise (Jerzy Andrzejewski)
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Green Eggs and Ham (Dr. Seuss)
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25
Homestuck (Interactive Webcomic)
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Hopscotch
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House of Leaves (Mark Z. Danielewski)
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How It Is (Samuel Beckett)
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Hundred Thousand Billion Poems (Raymond Queneau)
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If on a Winter's Night a Traveler
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Infinite Jest
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JR
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La Disparition
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Let Me Tell You (Paul Griffiths)
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Life: A User's Manual
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Lines (Leo Masliah)
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37
Love and the Mess We're in (Stephen Marche)
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The Mezzanine
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Nadja
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Never Again (Doug Nufer)
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