Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June 2010 but was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl come January 2018. It was made through the love of lists, books and to bring readers together.
Books with numbers in the titles… this made me think a bit when I first saw this topic as I thought I’d never find any books I’d read that fit the criteria, but on further thought I found a lot of books on my TBR with numbers in the titles some of them the much loved cultural holiday reads 😉 My list is as follows.
1984 by George Orwell
I went into this one expecting to absolutely love it and while there are a lot of interesting things here to love, I mostly found it boring and dragging on a bit. It still certainly deserves to be a classic tho!
Human.4 by Mike A. Lancaster
A book I would recommend everyone to read especially all sci-fi lovers! There’s not a lot that can be said about the plot without ruining it all but trust me it is one hundred percent worth it 😉
A Thousand Nights by E.K. Johnston
While I can understand that this book isn’t for everyone, it was a definite favourite of mine that I would still recommend to everyone. Seriously has to be the most beautiful book I’ve ever read!
Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake
I keep seeing posts about this book and its sequels EVERYWHERE online 😛 It has a place on my TBR and now I’m even more curious to see why there are so many ads and posts for this series in the YA community.
IQ84 by Haruki Murakami
A Japanese magical realism book I nearly took with me to Japan this year. I can’t believe sometimes that I have still yet to read from this author but mark my words I will.
Number9dream by David Mitchel
Another one for the magical realism wagon set in Japan that I also was going to take on this years trip but my library couldn’t get in in in time for me before I went 😛 Urrgghh but this certainly still has a place on my TBR for if I ever go again.
The One by Kiera Cass
Another of the many series I started a long time ago that I need to finish 😛 I have heard good and bad things about this book but I am still determined to give it a try.
The 100 by Kass Morgan
I’ve seen this book and its sequels around my local library quite a bit but never got by to picking them up. These books still hold my interest especially sine so many people I know have said good things about the TV show.
Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands by Jorge Amado
I currently own a copy of this! 😀 A definite read for a Latin America setting, but if I’m being honest, I’ve wanted to read from this author for a long while now so I wonder if the chance will ever arise…
Twelve Kings by Bradley Beaulieu
Gah this sounds so so good! I’ve been thinking recently of taking this on my Thai trip this December even though I have a mountain of books for that already 😛 You can never have too many books tho 😉