TTT #202 | Books With Numbers In the Title

We have been having fun with Top Ten Tuesday, so we decided we will do one every week. This bookish meme was hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, and has been going since June 2010! Since January 2018 Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.

This week’s topic is Books With Numbers In the Title. I can think of a couple on the top of my head. But I do have to take a look through my shelves and Goodreads to get 10 haha. So let’s get in and take a look at books with a number in the title.

1.Ninth House – Leigh Bardugo

I love Leigh Bardugo’s work so much and I really want to read this adult fantasy book. There are some really mixed reviews for this one but I still think it might be a book I will really enjoy. It’s really dark but I’m sure I will find that Leigh magic in there.

2. Gideon the Ninth – Tamsyn Muir

I did start reading Gideon the Ninth but put it down in favor of something else. And somehow I never picked it back up. But I do want to read it soon. Candyce didn’t really like it but some of my other bookish friends loved it so I have hope haha.

3. LIFEL1K3 – Jay Kristoff

I love Jay Kristoff’s books and I want to read this one badly. But I want to finish reading his other series I’m reading first. So after finishing the Nevernight trilogy I want to read this one. But I’ll probably end up reading Empire of the Vampire first haha.

4. The Fifth Season – N.K. Jemisin

This is a fantasy classic and I want to read it badly! I’ve seen amazing reviews and I think I will really enjoy the setting. The fact that’s it’s written in second person, present tense might prove to be a bit of a hurdle but I can’t say anything about it until I’ve tried it!

5. Five Dark Fates – Kendare Blake

I’m a bit embarrassed that I still haven’t finished reading this one. This series is a favorite of mine and I adored the first books in the series. But I’m just really scared about how it’s going to end haha.

6. A Thousand Pieces of You – Claudia Gray

This one has been on my TBR for quiet a while now. I’m not sure if I’ll pick it up anytime soon or at all to be honest. Maybe I’ll use it for another try a chapter tag! That kinda worked for me last time around haha.

7. Six Crimson Cranes – Elizabeth Lim

I have an eARC of this one and I should really read it soon. This cover is gorgeous and I’ve heard amazing things about the story. I think it sounds like something I would enjoy and I recently read the original tale so now I really want to read the retelling.

8. The 22 Murders of Madison May – Max Barry

I’m currently reading this eARC and I’ve enjoyed it so far. It’s definitely different than what I was expecting but enjoyable never the less. I especially enjoy the concept with the alternate realities and I can’t wait to read more.

9. 10 Truths And A Dare – Ashley Elston

I adored 10 Blind Dates and I can’t believe I still haven’t read this companion novel. Ashley Elston wrote some amazing books and I think this will be another great one  Hopefully I can pick it up soon.

10. One By One – Ruth Ware

I really enjoyed the Ruth Ware books I’ve read before and I want to read more of them. This is one of the newest releases and one I definitely want to read. The reviews are very mixed but I hope I will enjoy it nevertheless haha.

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TTT #200| Fictional Crushes
TTT #201 | Books Guaranteed to Put a Smile On Your Face

10 Novels with numbers in the title! This list got me really excited to read some of these books. Maybe I’ll pick them up soon. Have you read any of them? And do you recommend any? Let me know in the comments!

11 thoughts on “TTT #202 | Books With Numbers In the Title

  1. I’ve only read Leigh Bardugo’s Six of Crows duology, but I did enjoy it. I should check out more of her work!
    Here is our Top Ten Tuesday. Thank you!

  2. I read Ninth House at the start of the year and I loved it! (Definitely check out the trigger warnings, though–it’s super not for the faint of heart.) Great list 🙂

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