Top Ten Tuesday: What’s in a name?

Tuesday means it’s time for another Top Ten! Today, we’re shining a spotlight on books with one-word titles. A pleasingly easy one this week, given the size of my current book collection…

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish, and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This weekly list feature uses topic prompts to inspire readers/bloggers to share the best (or worst, or most Interesting) of their bookshelves, be it the TBR section, personal favourites or books that have caught their attention.

 

 

Just to keep things interesting, I’ve split this week’s list into two parts. First up, I’m looking at books from my Already Read pile – and, naturally, ones I would thoroughly recommend!

 

Wintersong, by S. Jae-Jones

Myths, magic, music, love, darkness.

 

Necrotech, by K.C. Alexander

Transhumanism, mercenaries, violence, snark, zombies!

 

Feed, by Mira Grant

Zombies, politics, media, blogging, family.

 

Mort, by Terry Pratchett

Death, apprenticeship, fate, philosophy, curry.

 

Vicious, by V.E. Schwab

Life, death, power, science, morality.

 

Witchmark, by C.L. Polk

Magic, healing, family, romance, secrets.

 

Daggerspell, by Katharine Kerr

Wyrd, reincarnation, magic, love, war.

 

… And now for a few from the TBR side!

 

Want, by Cindy Pon

 

Amberlough, by Lara Elena Donnelly

 

Rosewater, by Tade Thompson

 

Apparently I’m keeping things short and snappy this week! But what do you think? Read any of these yourself yet? Fascinated by any you haven’t read? Comment away!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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