Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature/ meme hosted by The Broke and Bookish.
When I first saw the topic for this week, I was so excited about it simply because it was such an interesting one. However, when I first tried to write my list, I started to realise that I was just writing book titles that I really like rather than ones that are unique. But nonetheless, I have finally managed to stop myself from just putting every one of my favourite book titles on here, and so here are some of my favourite unique book titles.
Honestly I just love the way this title sounds, as well as how well it gives you an idea of what this book is about without being explicitly obvious about it. It links to the book but is still so unique, and I just really, really like it.
I adore this title just because of how many questions it makes you ask even before you read the synopsis. What did she do? Why did she do it?
It’s also another one that is just so unique, and just instantly gives you an idea about what this book is about.
I love this one so much because of how well it links into the story, and how unique it is to this book series. Unlike a fair few book titles out there, this one really can only apply to this story as well as it does, and is also just a beautiful title in itself.
Even if this is not one of my favourite books, I still can’t help but love how simplistic this title is. It just instantly gives you an idea of what the book is about, and doesn’t try to be overly mysterious or metaphorical.
This is one of those book titles that just drew me in straight away because of how unusual it was.
Somehow I haven’t got round to reading this one yet, but I am already in love with how strange this title is. I have no idea what it means, and am really interested to see whether or not reading this one gives me more clarity.
Finally, this is not just one of my favourite books, but also one of my favourite titles because of how unique and interesting it is. It not only gives you an idea about what the book is about, but is also so intriguing and draws you in straight away.
What are some of your favourite unique book titles?