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Book Titles With Numbers in Them

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday was created by  The Broke and the Bookish and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.  Each week they suggest a new theme for bloggers to write about. This week’s theme is ‘book titles with numbers in them.’

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The Ten Thousand Doors of January was one of the first books to pop into my head for this theme. I read it in September and absolutely fell in love with it.

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Ninth House is out this month and I could not be more excited!

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Daisy Jones & The Six was one I read earlier in the year and finished in one afternoon because it was just so intriguing.

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Another book with a number in by the same author! The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo is a book that everyone seems to adore and I really really need to read it SOON.

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I always seem to get The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo and The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle mixed up. I find it so funny that two books with the number seven and the name Evelyn in the title were published so close together and it causes so much confusion.

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I read Three Dark Crowns when it first came out and I still need to get around to reading the sequels.

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A Thousand Nights is a retelling that I read a few years back and I really enjoyed.

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I get the feeling that Six of Crows is going to be on a lot of lists this week because it’s just so popular! It was one of the first books I thought of for the prompt.

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The 5th Wave was another obvious choice for me since it used to be one of my favourite books!

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Ready Player One is another book that I’ve had on my TBR but haven’t read yet, but a lot of people have really enjoyed it so I’m very interested in it.

Have you read any of these? What did you think? Let me know in the comments!

- Nicole-2

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15 thoughts on “Book Titles With Numbers in Them

  1. I put January, Ready Player One and Six of Crows on my list as well. I’m really wondering if I should make a counter for Six of Crows. That has to show up so often on the lists today. 😆
    I’ve heard of “Three dark crowns”. Did you like it?

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    1. SoC is such a popular choice this week lol. I did really enjoy Three Dark Crowns when I read it but it’s been so long I don’t remember much of it! I’m planning a reread soon though and I remember that the premise was really interesting!

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