Top Ten Tuesday: Books With Numbers

So, there is an extra challenge in this TTT from That Artsy Reader Girl to actually follow the numbers one through 10 here, and I think I’m going to give it a shot! Let’s see how this goes šŸ™‚


One Little Secret, Cate Holahan.


A Tale of Two Cities, Charles Dickens


Three Daughters of Eve, Elif Shafak


The Big Four, Agatha Christie!


The Russian Five, Keith Gave. Very interesting!


I’m sure everyone will pick this, but Daisy Jones & The Six!


The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo. Special thanks to Taylor Jenkins Reid for using lots of numbers in her titles šŸ™‚


Eight Hundred Grapes, Laura Dave. This might be a stretch, but they’re two different words, so it still counts, right?!


Nine Perfect Strangers, Liane Moriarty. I can’t wait to read this one!


Jacob’s Ladder: Ten Steps to Truth, Peter Kreeft. Super enlightening and thought-provoking!

Well, here they are! I can’t wait to see the titles everyone else has picked! If you want to join in the challenge, be sure to follow the link above to The Artsy Reader Girl and the TTT prompts!

Thanks for stopping by, and happy reading šŸ™‚


One response to “Top Ten Tuesday: Books With Numbers”

  1. I LOVE A Tale of Two Cities. I did one of my major finals during undergrad on that book. I honestly think it’s one of Dickens’ best works. I haven’t read any of the other ones ha-ha. Great post!


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