Top Ten Tuesday – Book Titles I Love

Today’s Topic: Extraordinary Book Titles

Hosted by: That Artsy Reader Girl

Well, I don’t know what makes for an extraordinary title, but I do know it should be one that grabs a reader’s attention like these did for me.

Every Frenchman Has One – One what, is the question? That title alone made me want to read this book to find out what it meant.

The Enlightenment of Bees – What an intriguing title. It certainly piques my interest as to what this book might be about.

Echoes Among the Stones – Can a title be atmospheric? Look no further for proof that it can. This sounds all spooky and mysterious to me.

In Spite of Lions – Little did I know when I picked up this book that the title speaks volumes to the valor and persistence of the main character within. My review.

To Best the Boys – I mean, as a female doesn’t this title immediately make you want to read this book?

What the Wind Knows – What? What does it know?? I had to know for myself and it was well worth discovering. My review.

Love and Other Mistakes – Implying love is a mistake? Well, we’ve all been there, done that. It makes me feel like I’ll be able to relate to this story.

The Killing Tide – I know I feature this one a lot which is crazy since I haven’t had the chance to read it yet. But that title! That cover! I’m dying!!

The Blue Castle – The name was familiar long before I knew why. It hints at a bit of peculiarity and whimsy, perhaps a little bit of fantasy which is fitting for what The Blue Castle actually is.

Velvet Undercover – Ok, I just like the way these two words sound and look together. But it also sounds like the name of a really cool club.

What do you think makes a title extraordinary? What are some titles that caught your attention?

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7 Replies to “Top Ten Tuesday – Book Titles I Love”

    1. Me too! I’ve read a few of the author’s other books and they can attest that they are full of creepy suspense. As always, thanks for stopping by and commenting!

  1. I really liked “Velvet Undercover.” It’s just a “fun” historical novel. Oh, and someday… I *NEED* to read that novel by Amy. Loved Dani’s (and SAME! That title! That cover…!) Oh, and another I must read is “The Blue Castle” (love this title!). Jaime’s always have unique titles which is lovely. 🙂

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