Top 5 Tuesday

I’m back with another Weekday Meme: Top 5 Tuesday, my favorite Tag, created by Shannah @Bionic Bookworm and today’s topic is Top 5 Book Titles.

If we were villains

I don’t know why this book title popped into my head while brainstorming, but I think the desire to read this mixed with this unique title makes this book so interesting. I simply can’t wait to read it.

Strange the Dreamer

This would be the same condition here. This title hides so many mysteries, so many stories to unfold and so many possibilities to explore and I simply can’t wait to read this novel.

Truly Devious

This title is the perfect mixture between intrigue and mystery. After having read the title, I just had to read this book because the title attracts so much attention.

My Lady Jane

This title is the perfect match for this book. The time the story is set in is described by the title, don’t you think? I feel the title gives away the Middle Ages setting – more or less.

Six of Crows

Whatever this title might hide, it hints to a great mission. Whenever there is like 6/7/8 “of” something, I am always intrigued to read the book. I don’t know why exactly but I love the “bad guys getting together theme” and this title just reminds me of that – probably because I have already read it, but anyways!

I know the post is a little late, but I didn’t have time yesterday night to upload it! I hope you like it anyways and have a great day!

Author: Blogger Books

I'm a huge fan of Draco Malfoy, I love scones and tea time, I don't like horror movies and obviously I'm a huge book nerd.

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