Welcome back, it’s Tuesday, which mean’s it’s also Top 10 Tuesdays, which is now hosted by Jana @ThatArtsyReaderGirl, make sure to check her blog out!
This week’s theme is an interesting one. I had a fun time scouring through my bookshelf for this one. I will say that I barely made it to 10 because I ruled out a lot of book titles because most are statements, rather than being what I would consider an actual sentence.
Anyways, here’s the list:
This book (and series) is a bit of a precursor to A Series of Unfortunate Events. It plays out like a noir mystery. I like it quite a bit. Every title in the series is a question, similar to this.
Truth be told, I mostly wanted to read this book because of the title. It was a decent book of essays by a Native author. I’d say it’s in the humor category.
Eh, I feel like this one might be a bit of a stretch, as it’s mostly a statement, but I just like the title a lot and this book was very fun, quick read.
Another question, but I really enjoyed this book! A YA teen drama, but it features a character with OCD with pretty decent portrayal.
This is a super cute book! I also love this title, it’s funny and it really matches the tone of the story. It’s an immigrant family w/ first-gen children story, the main character struggles with identity and fitting in with her classmates.
I love this book, if you’ve read the blog you know. I know this one’s a bit more of a statement, too, but again, I just love the book and the title is fun.
This book is probably one of the most solidly horror books I’ve ever read. It was…hard to read at times, but the story is very good. If you can get past the icky horror bits (oh and vampires like you haven’t seen them).
I read this book soooo long ago, but it was really enjoyable. It’s a YA that also focuses on mental health. There’s a lot of humor along with the drama, so it doesn’t get too heavy.
Ok, this last one is more statement than a real sentence, but I was at a loss and I didn’t want to put up just 9 titles, so I stretched it with this one.