Top Ten Book Titles with Numbers In Them

Top Ten Books Book
Titles with Numbers In Them

TTT for October 1st, 2019
#TopTenTues day

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I’m so thrilled and honored that for this edition of #TopTenTuesday, my suggestion topic was accepted!
So this is about Book Titles with Numbers In Them. You can challenge yourself and do numbers 1-10 or just any numbers you want.
I’m listing books that I have really enjoyed, and that you may not have heard about.

Please click on the covers to access my reviews

1

One Sip at a Time

2

The World Between Two Covers

3

Three Lives Tomomi

4

The Sign of Four

5

Five on a Treasure Island

6

The 6:41 to Paris

7

Seven Letters From Paris

8

The Band that Played On:

The Extraordinary Story of the 8 Musicians

Who Went Down with the Titanic

the band that played on

9

Nine Fold Heaven

10

the first rule of ten

Have you read any of these?
Show me your list!

Top Ten Books Books On My Fall 2019 TBR

Top Ten Books Books
On My Fall 2019 TBR

TTT for September 24, 2019
#TopTenTuesday

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For this edition of #TopTenTuesday, we are talking about Books On My Fall 2019 TBR.

Please click on the covers to access the books on Goodreads

1-2. Books that will be published in the Fall

 The Man That Got Away Guide to Healing the Earth

 

3. Book I need to read for The Classics Spin

On the Edge of the World

4. Book lent by a friend

The Vexations

5. Latest Orthodox book acquired

Alexander Schmorell

6-10. Books received for review

These have been published a few months ago, but I haven’t got to read them yet, so I really need to catch up!!

 Secret Agent Brainteasers If You Cross the River The Ten loves of Mr Nishino

 Inhabitation La grande escapade

Have you read any of these?
Which book are you most looking forward
to reading this Fall?

Top Ten Books Outside My Comfort Zone

Top Ten Books I Enjoyed
That Are Outside My Comfort Zone

TTT for September 3, 2019
#TopTenTuesday

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For this edition of #TopTenTuesday, we are talking about Books I Enjoy That Are Outside My Comfort Zone.

Please click on the covers to access my review

1. Time travel stories

I usually don’t like time travel stories, but it works here, with a nice mix of history and cultural touches.

Vintage 1954

2-3. Manga

I have tried to read Manga, but often I didn’t like them. Except these:
The Secret World of Arrietty is actually a Film Comic Adaptation, I didn’t even know such a thing existed. This story is cute, and the artwork is just stunning!
I was surprised to love Orange, because it’s basically a teenage love story, but the art is well done (essential for me), and the plot is actually intriguing and original. I quickly devoured the two thick volumes of it.

 Orange The Secret World of Arrietty

4. Ghost stories

I about never read ghost stories, but I won this book for somebody else. Before giving it to the person, I opened it, and devoured it! I was really surprised to enjoy this Middle Grade ghost story. Very rich story!

Trace

5. Hemingway

I really don’t like his books, except this one, a beautiful memoir on his time in Paris.

A Moveable Feast

6-7. Political books

Another genre I almost never read. But these were surprisingly very well done and interesting.

 Fear Democracy in Chains

8-9. WWII  and YA

Having read so much about WWII in my French curriculum and in novels, I now try to stay away form it. However, these 2 books were amazing, the first one for the quality and originality of the writing, the second for the content (WWII and YA, 2 categories I rarely read in).

 HHhH Defy the night

10. Essays

I rarely read short stories or essays collections, because I usually feel the end comes too abruptly. This one however, was fabulous, being written by an amazing author.Chronicles of a Liquid Society

Have you read any of these?
Any other good title you would recommend
in these categories?