October 24: Top Ten Unique Book Titles
Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke & the Bookish and it’s a feature that everyone participates in so I’m going to try and participate myself and see how long it lasts. Wish me luck. This week’s prompt is:
If I Stay & Where She Went by Gayle Forman: I really like the way that this series was titled…the first book, If I Stay and then if you read the book you understand the meaning behind the following book, Where She Went. I thought that whole concept was unique and I adored both books.
Results May Vary by Bethany Chase: I really liked this book and how the title fits in with the story. I thought that was done well.
November 9 by Colleen Hoover: I really liked the concept behind this book too. How significant the title for this book is in the story. This was one of the most dramatic books that made me feel every which way about it but holy cow, I liked it.
The Fault in Our Stars by John Green: I really liked the sound of this book just by reading the title of the book. I loved the book too and well, it’s a great title.
Overruled, Sustained, Appealed and Sidebarred by Emma Chase: I really liked each of these books except for Overruled but I really liked the way that the titles of each book played well into the lawyer background.
The Day of the Duchess by Sarah MacLean: This was a fantastic historical romance that is really titled well. The Day of the Duchess fits this book and is super unique to any historical romance that I’ve read to date. MacLean does this story so well that gah…I loved it.
Share your favorite unique titles in the comments!