TTT – Book Titles That are Complete Sentences

TOP TEN TUESDAY WAS CREATED BY THE BROKE AND THE BOOKISH IN JUNE OF 2010 AND WAS MOVED TO THAT ARTSY READER GIRL IN JANUARY OF 2018. IT WAS BORN OF A LOVE OF LISTS, A LOVE OF BOOKS, AND A DESIRE TO BRING BOOKISH FRIENDS TOGETHER.

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All I have is three because that is the amount of energy (3) that I have at this moment. I’m just trying to still participate as much as I can, especially since I accidentally missed last week.

Anywho, here are my Top (3) Book Titles That are Complete Sentences:

  • A Thin Dark Line by Tami Hoag
    • I mean this is easy, right? Someone says, “what’s that?” and you go, “A Thin Dark Line.” Title as a full sentence (also, this is a pretty great mystery, although trigger warning for so many various things; it’s a dark crime novel).
  • Alone in the Wild by Kelley Armstrong
    • Again, a perfect response sentence. Someone says, “how would you like to go?” or something similar and you just go, “Alone in the wild.” like a normal person. I mean, this is the scenario I imagined for this conversation. (Also a great mystery series, the first one is City of the Lost, you should check it out. Trigger warning for references to violence and violent sequences, but nothing too bad in my opinion)
  • Those Across the River Christopher Buehlman
    • Imagine someone is telling you a creepy ghost story and you’re just like, “Who are we talking about?” and the person is like, “Those across the river.” in a really creepy voice. Totally normal scenario. (Also a great book, but major trigger warnings for just about everything; do not read if you’re sensitive to dark imagery; I liked it, but I won’t be reading it again).

So, that’s the Top Ten(Three) of the week! Head over to That Artsy Reader Girl  to join in on the fun!

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