Top Ten Tuesday

Book Titles That Are Complete Sentences

20210518 Book Titles That Are Complete Sentences
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Hi everybody, and welcome to a new Top Ten Tuesday!

Today we feature book titles that are complete sentences and I honestly though this was gonna be super hard, but actually I just checked my TBR/Read list and found quite a few! Hey, short sentences are still complete sentences 😉

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Does this list contain any of your favorite reads?

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38 Comments

  1. Anne Bennett says:

    I love the book “I’ll Give You the Sun.” Why haven’t I reread it? Argh! TTT Sentences

    1. Haha I need to re-read it too 🙂

  2. Great list! You Deserve Each Other sounds so fun, and I keep meaning to try Let’s Talk About Love.

    1. I loved Let’s Talk About Love 🙂

  3. Stephanie - Bookfever says:

    I love how almost all over these books have such bright and beautiful covers! And the titles are great too of course. 😍

    1. You’re right, they all look so pretty together!

  4. Great list of titles! You Should See Me In A Crown is getting a lot of love! This is my TTT for this week – an eclectic mix!

    1. You Should See Me In A Crown is definitely a great one for this week’s topic!

  5. Wonderful list! You get an A for finding titles with complete sentences.

    1. Haha, thanks!

  6. You Deserve Each Other is such a perfect title for that book!

    1. It is indeed such a great title!

  7. lydiaschoch says:

    I’ve heard good things about You Should See Me in a Crown.

    My post: https://lydiaschoch.com/top-ten-tuesday-book-titles-that-are-complete-sentences/

    1. Me too! I haven’t read it yet, but I hope to soon 🙂

      1. You’re welcome!

  8. Today’s topic is a really interesting one! I like how it seems to be bringing out a lot more variety in various lists. I don’t think I’ve actually heard of anything on your list, but there are some interesting looking ones there.
    My TTT

    1. So true! It’s a fun topic 🙂

  9. Jandy’s are great for this topic (though I haven’t read her books!) and I feel like Nicola’s “Sun” would have fit, too. 🙂

    1. Yes, Nicola Yoon’s book would have fit great for this topic too! 🙂

  10. I love how some of these are also song titles!

    1. Ooh, I didn’t even think of that yet, but that’s indeed pretty cool 🙂

  11. Ah another Rachel Aaron title. I just visited someone else who had another one of her titles on their list. I haven’t read any of these but I want to read You Should See Me in a Crown. I love that title.

    1. I haven’t read the Rachel Aaron book yet, but it’s been on my TBR forever, so hopefully soon! You Should See Me In A Crown does sound amazing.

  12. Great list! I’ll Give You the Sun is on my TBR, I’m looking forward to reading it.

    1. I loved I’ll Give You The Sun, so hope you’ll enjoy it too!

  13. Nice Dragons Finish LAst might be my favorite 🙂

    I did VERY short sentences 🙂

    1. Haha VERY short sentences are sentences too, right 😉

  14. I’ve not read any of these. I struggled with this week’s topic as I’ve not read many books with complete sentence titles, so I changed it.
    My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2021/05/18/top-ten-tuesday-316/

    1. I hear ya, I did find some books this week, but sometimes it’s good to change the topic to suit us better. They’re more like guidelines anyway right 😉 As long as we can talk about our love of books!

      1. Yeah exactly!

  15. I’m excited for Rosaline Palmer Takes the Cake!

    1. Me too! I’m currently reading it and I hope it’ll be as amazing as it sounds 🙂

  16. Mareli Thalwitzer says:

    Hi Lindsey! I haven’t read any of the titles on your list. You should see me in a crown is a very popular choice this week.

    All you left me is history seems like an interesting read.

    Hope you are well! Take care!

    1. Hi Mareli, thanks for stopping by! They do both sound like great reads.

  17. Wow, you found some really good ones. Rosaline Palmer made my list too. 🙂

    1. Rosaline Palmer is such a good title for this topic (and I’m currently reading it) 🙂

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