Happy Top Ten Tuesday!
I thought this was going to be more difficult than it turned out to be. They’re actually quite a few single word title books out there.
I went with the last 10 I read and what opinions I have about them! Some were great, some were closer to duds, but all could be something you might want to try reading.
Truthwitch (The Witchlands #1) by Susan Dennard
I was happily surprised at how much I enjoyed reading this! It was great as an audio book. I thought it started off a bit slow, but by then end I was invested in the story.
Outlander (Outlander #1) by Diana Gabaldon
Yes, yes. I finally read this! Oooh man. And now I know that this year will be spent reading all of these (new 2020 goal alert). I love Claire and Jamie!
East (East #1) by Edith Pattou
This was unique and fun. I love how quick the chapters were and the multi-POV that kept things moving. It was a light romance with lots of mythical creatures. I definitely plan on reading West!
Confess by Colleen Hoover
I love everything CoHo writes. This is no exception. A romance set in downtown Dallas with lots of drama. A good book to binge in one evening.
Ashlords (Ashlords #1) by Scott Reintgen
I read this as an ARC! I picked it out because it was supposed to be reminiscent of The Scorpio Races. It did have some things that reminded me of that book (namely, the magical horses). I really enjoyed this one.
Winterwood by Shea Ernshaw
As my second Ernshaw book, I just don’t think the stories and I mix. I once again found myself a bit bored and waiting for something to happen. The romance needed more umph too.
Starsight (Skyward #1) by Brandon Sanderson
I loooooove Brandon Sanderson. It’s aaaaamazing. This series is great and I can’t believe I have to wait so long to read the next one!
Rebel (Legend #4) by Marie Lu
Didn’t know how I would feel about this one, but y’all. It was actually a great conclusion. I got the ended I NEEDED to be satisfied with June and Day’s story.
Elsewhere by Gabrielle Zevin
A suuuper short, quick book. An interesting concept. A bit odd and random too. I couldn’t connect with the story that well.
Imber (Thanatos Trilogy #1) by Tyffany Hackett
This was a Kindle Unlimited find! It was great. I enjoyed this YA fantasy. So much that I have the second book downloaded, I just need to get to it!
What’s the last single-word title book you read? Have you read any that are on my list? Lets talk in the comments!
2 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: The Last 10 Books I Read With Single-Word Titles”
Great post 😁
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I loved Elsewhere! Great pick.
My TTT .
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