Top Ten Tuesday – Reasons why I love certain book titles📚

Hello guys and gals, it’s Tuesday again and that means it’s time for Top Ten Tuesday. TTT is currently hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl and was born out of the want to bring us bookish people together (and it’s great if you love a list like me!)

This weeks topic is top ten reasons why I love and then we had a freebie, so I decided to talk about my top ten most loved book titles.

1 – Say Cheese and DIE! This might have something to do with it being my fave Goosebumps book, but the title just fills me with so much excitement and nostalgia when I hear it!

2 – Skeleton Crew. I just think this book title sums up King’s writing perfectly. It holds promise of what’s inside…

3 – How Much To…? Whilst I hated this book, and rated it 1 star because it was so grim the title struck me, it drew me in and definitely did not allude to what was going to be inside the book.

4 – You Kant Make It Up! I love philosophy and ethics, I think looking back these were my favourite subjects that I took for my a-levels and this book just reminds me so much of my old teacher, he was hilarious and yeah it just really makes me think back to my school days!

5 – Pet Sematary. I love this book so much, it had to make my list! It just seems such an innocent title until you read the author and the blurb.

6 – The Devil’s Hand. The title captured me as soon as I saw it on the Kindle store, I love a title that grabs you as soon as you look at it.

7 – Banquet for the Damned. Again with this one, the title sort of draws you in, you’re curious, you want to know more about what kind of a book has this sort of title…

8 – The Perfect Couple. I actually picked this on NetGalley a few months back based purely on the title, I knew it wouldn’t be what it seemed and that made me want to read it all the more!

9 – The BFG. This book reminds me of my childhood and so I had to include it, it fills me with so much joy just thinking about it.

10 – The Witches. I always remember this as a book that used to terrify me as a child. And I actually think this is where my love of being scared/horror came from…

Anyway, those are my top ten most loved book titles, whether they remind me of my childhood, school days or I just loved them because they were so ingenious I love every single one.

Let me know if you’re taking part in TTT and I’ll come check out your post!

Em xxx