It’s Tuesday and I’m running low on post ideas so…you know what that means: it’s time for another Top 10 Tuesday (hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl). This week’s topic is a freebie so I’m using it to do a topic from a few weeks back which revolves around book titles that are complete sentences. This seemed really simple at first but I quickly realised there are a lot of titles out there that seem like sentences but, in truth, aren’t. This is why many of my picks for this post are phrases I can imagine people saying to one other, because that makes it a sentence, right?
Just for fun, I’ve decided to do 5 books I’ve read, 5 books on my TBR and, as a bonus, 5 books I don’t plan on reading but like the titles of. I know these lists are supposed to be a ranking type thing but half the time I’m more like, let’s just list these books that meet the prompt. That’s pretty much what I’m doing today.
Titles I’ve Read
- And Then There Were None – Agatha Christie
- Lock Every Door– Riley Sager
- You Deserve Each Other – Sarah Hogle
- I’ll Give You the Sun – Jandy Nelson
- Life’s too Short – Abby Jimenez
Titles on My TBR
- Once There Were Wolves – Charlotte McConaghy
- We Are the Brennans – Tracey Lange
- Take a Hint, Dani Brown – Talia Hibbert
- Beautiful World, Where are You? – Sally Rooney
- My Heart is a Chainsaw – Stephen Graham Jones
Bonus: Titles I Don’t Plan to Read But Like Regardless
- Who’s Afraid of Virgina Woolf? – Edward Albee
- We Have Always Lived in the Castle – Shirley Jackson
- The Rest of Us Just Live Here – Patrick Ness
- My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry – Fredrik Backman
- Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? – Philip K. Dick
What’s your favourite title of a book that reads as a complete sentence?