#TopTenTuesday: Easy as 1, 2, 3!

So, we’re back with another Top Ten Tuesday, a weekly meme hosted by Jana @ That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s prompt is: Books with Numbers in the Title.

Well, this is a pretty straightforward prompt and I’ve decided to keep it simple this week. I’ll be listing books with numbers from one to ten, and I’ve read all except two* that are still on my TBR. I rated most of these 4-5 stars with one or two 3/3.5 stars, so they’re all titles that I’ve enjoyed a lot! Here we go 😉

ONE Day in December
TWO Can Keep A Secret
What the Other THREE Don’t Know
FOUR Dead Queens*
FIVE Feet Apart

SIX Crimson Cranes
The SEVEN Husbands of Evelyn Hugo
EIGHT Will Fall*
NINEteen Minutes (okay, i’m cheating a little)
TEN Thousand Skies Above You

Did you struggle with this prompt or was it easy to find books with numbers in the title? Have you read any of these or are they on your TBR?

17 thoughts on “#TopTenTuesday: Easy as 1, 2, 3!

  1. I had to go through my Goodreads to figure out what I had read, haha! I guess I just don’t realize the numbers until after the fact. 🤦‍♀️ Oops! lol


  2. Congrats on the sequential order! I managed to do it too, but just barely. 😉 I had to cheat a bit with nine, as well. Loved One Day in December! Great choices this week, Dini. ❤


  3. I used One Day in December, too. I went completely with books I’ve read this time. I definitely stuck to keeping it simple like you said. LOL! I’m reading Six Crimson Cranes right now, and it’s really good!


  4. I could have used “One Day in December” as well! That one used to be on my shelf, but I think I sold it on eBay. Speaking of Christmas reading, I’m trying to find some new ones to add to my list this year! 🙂


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