Hello humans! I may have skipped a week of Top ten Tuesday (or was it two?) but I’m back now and ready to explore Unique Book titles. I was making a list of reviews I had to write and I realised just how many books I read start with ‘The’ which was a bit eye opening so I’m looking forward to sharing some of my favourite titles with you.
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by the beyond amazing The Broke and Bookish. If you don’t already you should head over there and check out the list of all the amazing book bloggers who take part, it’s a great way to find other bloggers who might read the same books as you!
I love how this title evokes an element of the wild west as well as fantasy, much like the book!
Zero Repeat Forever
So much more meaning after you’ve read the book, but it drew my interest before as well.
Hannah Green and her Unfeasibly Mundane Existence
This is an example of how a long title can set the tone of a book. This perfectly summarises the quirky nature of this title.
And I Darken
I have a vague memory that this title is based on a quote from a poem? Am I making that up? Do let me know in the comments.
It’s the alliteration in these titles that grabs me. Once you’ve read them, again the words have more meaning but they are catchy as heck.
Strange the Dreamer
This one is one of my favourite titles simply because I had completely misinterpreted what it meant. I thought it was going to be ‘Strange [is] the dreamer who’ but it turns out to be the character’s name! So smart.
This conjures up that sense of otherworldliness and travel that is so key in the book itself.
Titles which have multiple meanings for the story? Yes please!
The Space Between the Stars
This is just a gorgeous sentiment. So pretty. So tragic.
The Hate U Give
Another one that perfectly sums up the tone and message of the book in four words. Wonderful title choice.
So there you have it, if you’re looking for reviews of any of these you can find them in my book reviews archive in the meantime be sure to link me to your TTT below!