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Structurally odd books (I love these)

Blemoo
 
Cloud Atlas
Cloud Atlas
"Only the most amazing book ever. Som people find it confusing, but I think it's just jaw-dropping. Try it. Persevere. You never know."
Invisible Cities (Vintage Classics)
Invisible Cities (Vintage Classics)
"Beautiful. Slightly shapeless, but not neccessarily in a bad way. And beautiful, beautiful descriptions."
Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter
Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter
"More fun than the two above. It flips between beginnings of stories, while still having a main plot."
If On A Winter's Night A Traveller (Vintage Classics)
If On A Winter's Night A Traveller (Vintage Classics)
"Similar in structure to Aunt Julia. The primary difference is that the main plot is in the second person. Also, in certain ways, more surreal."
The Time Traveler's Wife
The Time Traveler's Wife
"Not as abstract as some of the above, but also very beautiful. Very sad ending though. Decidedly tear-inducing."
number9dream
number9dream
"Mitchell's best book after Cloud Atlas, in my opinion. Again, more linear in its storyline, but still warped reality and much going off on tangents."
Finnegans Wake (Penguin Modern Classics)
Finnegans Wake (Penguin Modern Classics)
"I haven't actually read this. (Well, a page or two.) Not many have. However, I am obliged to put it in as the most famous, most abstract book of my knowledge."