This week’s TTT topic is so fun! I have never thought about how some book titles are actually full sentences. I had such a good time going through the books I have read and finding ones that fit.
No One is Talking About This
No One is Talking About This is such a great title! It is a book that I finished recently and have such mixed feelings about. It is one I am sitting with for awhile before I review it!
Act Your Age, Eve Brown
Any of the books in this series would have worked (such clever and perfect titles!), but Act Your Age, Eve Brown is my favourite. I just adore Eve!
There’s Someone Inside Your House
What an eerie title- it describes the contents of this book perfectly. I really should talk about There’s Someone Inside Your House more often because it read like a slasher film. There was something kind of fun about that!
Don’t Look For Me
If I were to make a list of my favourite thrillers, Don’t Look For Me just might be at the time. The title tells you everything you need to know! Go into this one blind if you can!
You Had Me at Hola
So glad to have a chance to highlight You Had Me at Hola– one of my favourite romances! Alexia Daria has another book coming out this year called A Lot Like Adios.
Meet Me at Midnight
If you are looking for a fun summery romance, Meet Me at Midnight is the book for you. That line is such an important part of the story, which I love!
Clap When You Land
Elizabeth Acevedo is one of my auto-buy authors, and Clap When You Land did not disappoint. It is written in verse and is heartbreakingly beautiful!
Say You Still Love Me
I will be honest, I did not love Say You Still Love Me, but it is a great full sentence title and if you like K.A. Tucker’s writing it would be a perfect summer read!
We Have Always Lived in the Castle
We Have Always Lived in the Castle is the only Shirley Jackson novel I have read, but I would love to get to The Haunting on Hill House this year. This book really messed with me!
She’s Come Undone
I don’t talk about She’s Come Undone very often because it is not one I would recommend to everyone. It is one of those books you will either love or hate!