Tuesday, September 14, 2021

Top Ten Tuesday...

 
Top Ten Tuesday is a fun weekly meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.

This week's theme:  Books With Numbers in the Title.

I did a similar post called Reading by the Numbers a few years ago. So, this time around, I decided to go with books with numbers in the title that I've reviewed on my blog. I'm including a link to my original post of each book, so if any of these titles make you want to know more, click on the link and check them out.


Books With Numbers in the Title:































There's a book for everyone on this list: Mystery, Suspense, End-of-the-World, Science Fiction, Action, Nonfiction, Urban Fantasy, and Romance. 

Happy Reading!

62 comments:

  1. Such a great list. I numbered the books in my TTT list from one to ten. Never even thought about zero but I just checked, I wouldn't have had a book with it in my list. LOL

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    1. Ha. I got lucky with my list. Can't wait to check out yours!

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    2. I guess anyone who reads a lot will find at least ten books with numbers in their titles.

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    3. There's a surprising number of books out there with a number in the title!

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  2. That's a great list with a good variety of genres! I forgot about zero when I made my own list, but I could have included Towards Zero by Agatha Christie.

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    1. I think you could probably do a whole numbers list with just Agatha Christie books. :D

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  3. Six Wakes was pretty wild. One Way and Two Girls Down both look good to me too. I love that autumnal cover on Two Girls.

    172 Hours looks creepy!

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    1. Wasn't Six Wakes fun? And I loved both One Way and Two Girls Down. And 172 Hours was a little creepy. :)

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    2. Six Wakes WAS fun! I loved all the ethical questions it asked about cloning and whatnot. Very thought provoking! Funny too because I used to see her columns in the Knights of the Dinner Table comic and when she made the jump to author of a book I was happy for her :)

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  4. That's a great diversity of books you've here, Lark! And not to mention a fun topic too! :)

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    1. This was a surprisingly easy list to put together. :)

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  5. Number 8 is my pick. Have a beautiful day friend.

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    1. Thank you! And Sixteen Brides is a very fun romance. :)

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  6. Oh, my goodness! I have to read Zero-Sum Game. You have just shuffled my TBR, my friend. :)

    Happy TTT!

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    1. Oops—got so excited, I forgot my link!

      My list is here— https://fiftytwo.blog/2021/09/14/ttt-ten-books-with-numbers-in-the-title/

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    2. Glad to be of service! ;D And thanks for your link...and for commenting.

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  7. I saw this on another blog and really enjoyed seeing the diverse titles - same here. I still don't think I have the initiative to try this one today:)

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    1. It really is addictive. If you've done it once, you'll do it again and again ...

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    2. TTT is addictive. Although I don't do it every week. I look for the weekly topics that make me immediately think of books and just do those.

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  8. Ha! Fun that you could link to books you're already reviewed!

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    1. I didn't think I'd have ten books I could use, but apparently I read a lot of books with numbers in the title. ;D

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  9. One way and Six wakes might be books I like to read. I'm always up for a space adventure in mars or murder mystery in space.

    Have a lovely day.

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    1. Both One Way and Six Wakes are amazing reads! I loved them both. :)

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  10. This is so fun! Love the variety of genres! :)

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    1. Thanks, Ashley. I like to think of myself as a pretty eclectic reader. :)

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  11. You have a great variety of books here Lark! I think Sixteen Brides sounds really good to me.

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  12. I haven't heard of most of these. Since you always recommend great books, I'm definitely going to take a closer look at some of them!

    Happy TTT!

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  13. I love your list and that you started with zero. I read your review of Zero Sum Game and it sounds very good.

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    1. Zero Sum Game is come crazy fast-paced fun, a little dark, but so hard to put down. :)

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  14. You just wouldn't think so many books have numbers in their titles would you?

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    1. Right?! I could have easily done a list of 20 or even 30 books. :)

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  15. Nice twist on the topic! I thought about doing that, but as it turned out, I didn't have enough reviewed books, and I did have a lot that I hadn't reviewed but wanted to feature, so I just went with books I love.

    I checked out Precinct 13 and will be keeping an eye out for it. It sounds like something I might really enjoy.

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    1. Precinct 13 is such a fun read! I really loved it. And apparently she wrote a sequel to it, Unjust Cause, that came out in April 2020. So I'm looking forward to reading that one asap. :)

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  16. clever idea! that reminds of the very old movie, 7 brides for 7 brothers with Jane Powell... i saw it when it first came out in the early fifties...

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    1. I LOVE Seven Brides for Seven Brothers! It's one of those musicals where I can sing along with all the songs. :)

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  17. I like how you stuck to books with numbers in the title that you've reviewed on your blog. Well done.

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    1. I wasn't sure I'd have enough titles, but I actually could have added a few more books to this list. Apparently, I read a lot of books that have numbers in their titles. ;D

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  18. Love the variety of books you found this week. So many great covers too. :)

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  19. Loved Two Girls Down after seeing it on your blog a while back. Haven't read the others. Must look into them. :)

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    1. I still need to read the next two books, too. It's so easy to get behind in a series, isn't it?

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  20. 172 hours on the moon has one creep-tastic cover!

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  21. I have not read any of these. 12 Brides looks intriguing! Have a great week!

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    1. I really enjoyed Sixteen Brides. It's a very humorous historical fiction/romance novel.

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  22. Great list!

    When you get the opportunity, I hope you’ll stop by my post: https://readbakecreate.com/books-counting-down-from-ten/

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  23. A lot of good books with Numbers. That Camp 14 book looks chilling. I worry about the N.Koreans stuck like that.

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    1. Escape From Camp 14 is such a good book! Talk about struggling just to stay alive. I highly recommend that one.

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  24. This is a fun theme. I haven't read any of them but several sound good!

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  25. I wish I had done this one - I'm sure I have read plenty of books that fit this meme. Great job with your selections!

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