Top Ten Tuesday

TTT – One-Word Reviews Of The Last Ten Books I Read

Top Ten Tuesday used to be a weekly post hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, but was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl. “It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.” This is definitely something I can understand and want to participate in.

This week’s topic is submitted by Susan @ Bloggin’ ‘Bout Books, and I love the idea. I read quickly, and last month I spent a lot of time listening to audiobooks. However, it isn’t always as easy for me to organize my thoughts and write a review on my blog with an audiobook as it is for a print or digital book. So a lot of the time I just write up a quick review on Goodreads, and this gives me the chance to highlight some of the books I haven’t mentioned on my blog. Here’s the last ten books I read with a one-word review.

  1. In His Hands by Hannah Murray — spicy! 🌶🥵
  2. The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman — creative.
  3. Pachinko by Lee Min-Jin — sweeping.
  4. Fierce Kingdom — nerve-wracking.
  5. See You Yesterday by Rachel Lynn Solomon — fascinating.
  6. The Lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch — twisty.
  7. Playing the Palace by Paul Rudnick — hilarious.
  8. All These Bodies by Kendare Blake — intriguing.
  9. The Memory Keeper of Kyiv by Erin Litteken — heartbreaking.
  10. The Last Summer by Cait Marie — sweet.

Have you read any of these?

19 replies »

  1. Looks like a good range of books. I don’t do audio books (I don’t have the concentration for them 😂) but I imagine they would be harder to review. Whilst I struggled with just one word I enjoyed doing it and may do more posts in the future 😂

    Have a great week

    Emily @ Budget Tales Book Blog
    My post:
    https://budgettalesblog.wordpress.com/2022/05/03/top-ten-tuesday-one-word-reviews-for-the-last-ten-books-i-read-submitted-by-susan-bloggin-bout-books/

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