#TopTenTuesday: One-Word Reviews For My Last 10 Reads

So, we’re back with another Top Ten Tuesday, a weekly meme hosted by Jana @ That Artsy Reader Girl.

This week is actually a freebie and so I decided to do a topic that I don’t think I’ve done before: One-Word Reviews for the Last Ten Books I Read (submitted by Susan @ Bloggin’ ’bout Books)

I was pretty excited to see this week’s topic because I thought it’d be a fun challenge for someone that’s as wordy as I am! 😂 I have to admit that it was tougher than I expected to find the right review word for some of these but I think I’m happy with what I’ve got now. I’m gonna keep this intro short and sweet and I’ll dive right into it!










Well, that was fun! 🙂 What do you think of these one-word reviews—are you enticed or will you pass up on these reads? Did you struggle with today’s one-word review prompt or did it come easily to you?

33 thoughts on “#TopTenTuesday: One-Word Reviews For My Last 10 Reads

  1. I struggled big time with the prompt!! I thought it was going to be easy but I just couldn’t find a single word to capture what I thought of the book! I think you did a really good job with yours! I could tell exactly what you meant by each one! 🙂 And “swoontastic” is awesome

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  2. I think we all had tat same problem, Dini. I can never be short. Elaborate, long, whatever. But not short. Still, I managed. Somehow. 😉

    My TTT this week.

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  3. It was a little difficult, but overall it was FUN! Great job, Dini! I’ve definitely added a couple of books to my TBR bc of your reviews!

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  4. Ooo, swoontastic might be a new favorite word!!! Haha!! Yes, Gallant is totally haunting! The cover for Beauty and the Baller cover is sooo good!! 😍

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  5. I always tend to write too much too, so this is definitely a fun challenge! Really want to re-do this topic again at some point because I like to think I could use only ONE word where I didn’t this week. 🙂 Thanks so much for visiting Finding Wonderland, Dini! Appreciate this.

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  6. I saw someone else list Gallant as slow, so together y’all give it slow and haunting. I have no idea what it’s about, but it sounds about right for Schwab.

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  7. You did so well with these! I wasn’t so successful at keeping it down to one word. I have been wanting to read The Tea Master and the Detective for some time now. The Empress of Salt and Fortune sounds good too.

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  8. Oooh, very nice word choices! Swoontastic needs to be a word we use more often. 😉 And I’m all about angsty so I’ll be checking that book out!

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