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?
7 Replies to “Top Ten Tuesday – Book Titles I Love”
I’m so curious about Echoes Among the Stones.
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!
The Blue Castle has been on my tbr for so long! Someday… Great list!
It was on my TBR list forever. When I finally got around to reading it I kicked myself for waiting so long. Thanks for visiting and commenting.
I need to read Velvet Undercover.
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. 🙂
You *NEED* to read any title by Amy. Seriously, all of her books are amazing. And The Blue Castle is also well worth the read. Thanks for stopping by Rissi.