#TopTenTuesday: Books with Character Names in the Title

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 Names/Character Names In the Titles (Submitted by BookLoversBlog and Lucy @ Bookworm Blogger).

Well, this prompt reminds me of one from a bookish tag that I was tagged in yesterday and it was the prompt I was probably going to struggle with the most… but not anymore! I digress though 😬 Was it just me or did anyone else have a hard time finding books for this prompt?

Since I’m attempting to tackle the TBR this year, I decided to focus on books that I already own. I tried to find ones that have been on my shelves the longest but that got too complicated so I’m just listing the ones I came across as I was scanning my shelves! 😌 Without further ado, let’s get right into it.

Felix Ever After
Act Your Age, Eve Brown
A Man Called Ove
Tahira in Bloom
Hana Khan Carries On

Hani and Ishu’s Guide to Fake Dating
The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue

Did you have trouble finding books with character names in the title? Have you read any of these on your TBR or have you already read them?

54 thoughts on “#TopTenTuesday: Books with Character Names in the Title

  1. I really didn’t even have the brain power and I should have. lol. I think you did great though! I love Ove and I still need to read Felix!! I hope you get to some of these this year. I’ve heard sooo much about Rebecca but keep wondering if it’s for me! lol. I hope you have a wonderful week, Dini! ❤

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    • Haha, I almost didn’t have the brain power but I had even less brain power to come up with something else to post 😂 I can’t wait until we read Felix, I’ve heard amazing things about it and I hope we both love it! I also wonder if Rebecca is gonna be for me and I’m nervous about it but I do want to at least try… Lol, let’s see 😂

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      • Yes! I’ve heard such good things and I hope it will help cleanse the palette a bit after we read the YA fantasy! You got this! I’m rooting for you and then tell me how it is when you read, Rebecca!! ❤


  2. A Man Called Ove is the only book on your list this week I have read (and I loved it!) but all the others are on my to read list–so there’s that. They all sound so good, don’t they? I especially want to read Felix Ever After.

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    • So many have loved A Man Called Ove and I’m a little intimidated by all the hype but I’m looking forward to finally reading it this year! 😃 And yes, all of these sound so good lol I hope you enjoy the books too, whenever you get around to reading them!


  3. This was definitely a prompt that seemed like it would be easy for me but ended up being more challenging! I’ve read and enjoyed Rebecca and Coraline! I still need to read Eve Brown, Ove, and Tahira in Bloom. All of these could have ended up on my list, as well. I just had too many to choose from. 😉 Happy reading!

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