Today’s Tuesday and on Finding Wonderland, we celebrate by joining the bookish
meme that is Top Ten Tuesday.
24: Top Ten Unique Book Titles –
Broke and Bookish
cannot say that I’ve run across that many.
This sounds strange I know, but as I sit down to write this meme, I’m
wondering: what books have I read with uber unique titles? Chances are there
are some, but bringing them immediately to mind escapes me.
shall not let this prompt be any kind of legit bookworm undoing. Let’s do this!
hopefully have enough content to create our list of ten. Some of these might
not sound unique because of the
common words in their titles (but it’s the use of these words that matters) or maybe their titles sound super unique, but I’m going to (shamefully) confess I haven’t
yet read most of these unique books.
Why is a mystery I’ll have to unravel.
fitting with today’s ask.
ways – or it could be in reference to both. Rook could be a “what” or “who,” or
it could be in reference to the game of chess. Or… what else could it be
suggesting? Rook on Amazon | Goodreads
than unusual, but I love it nonetheless. It’s been on my shelf for far too long, so here’s hoping I read it
soon. Welcome, Caller, This is Chloe on Amazon | Goodreads
add this one as an obligatory creep-close-to-October-31. Plus, I AM curious
about this story – something strange and
deadly?? What’s strange??? Why is it deadly? Way to intrigue! Something Strange and Deadly on Amazon |
suspect is inspired by its emotional narratives. When We Collided on Amazon | Goodreads
a throne of glass? Is the actual throne made
of glass? Is the entire kingdom festooned in glass? Is it metaphorical? No
matter how you look at it, don’t you want to know what this throne is all
about? Throne of Glass on Amazon | Goodreads
empire?? What could this book be about… color me curious. The Sandcastle Empire on Amazon | Goodreads
decided not to pick it up and then, found it inexpensively listed on Amazon. It’s
about a girl who creates online profiles to boast her popularity (which is, in
the beginning, nonexistent). How to Disappear on Amazon | Goodreads
cover design, I’m all the more curious about this novel, which sounds emotional
but lovely piece of literature. Hearts are Like Balloons on Amazon | Goodreads
fan of contemporary romance, I cannot wait to read more by Jennifer. Loved her ‘Hello,
Goodbye’ novel, so I anticipate only the best from the rest of her books. Plus,
who else thinks her novels have THE best covers and TITLES!! The Geography of You and Me on Amazon | Goodreads
know much about, but its title has a thumbs-up-way-to-intrigue look. Have you
read ‘Objects’? The Hidden Memory of Objects on Amazon | Goodreads
back-and-forth on reading this one. I liked The
Fault in Our Stars but wasn’t pumped about Paper Towns (film adaptation). That said, this new John Green novel
seems to be living up to its hype (via reviewers), so the question remains: YES
or NO!? Amazon | Goodreads
cover art is the backdrop for an equally lovely title. There’s a reason it’s
the title font that takes front and center in this design. Amazon | Goodreads
read (nor seen the film because of this!), and though I know it won’t be a “me”
story (spoilers are a girl’s best friend), this title is interesting. Why is
someone putting themselves before someone else? Since we’ve been taught
otherwise (morally and grammatically), this immediately begs questions that
intrigue. Amazon | Goodreads
spin this week’s meme? Did you stick with the prompt or go for a rebel spin and
topic? What books did you feature; have you read any of these?
look forward to chatting with you and visiting your bookish spaces.