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TTT: Book Titles with Numbers In Them

How TTT Works

Jana assigns each Tuesday a topic and then we all post our top ten list that fits that topic. Please link back to That Artsy Reader Girl in your own post so that others know where to find more information.

You’ll find the schedule of upcoming TTT topics here you can plan ahead.If you don’t have a blog, post your picks in the comment section below! Have tons of fun talking books and getting to know your fellow bloggers!

I love doing top ten tuesdays. This week I tried to only include books I have read or intend to read. As always, the pictures of the books are linked to Goodreads.


I just read this book in September and I thought it was okay! It wasn’t my favorite but it left on a cliffhanger so I want to read the sequel.


I’ve been pretty vocal about my feelings for this book. I didn’t enjoy it at all.

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You will be seeing a post later today that talks about my feelings for this book.


I read this book for the first time in high school. I should probably reread it again at some point to revisit my feelings on it,


This book is super sad but I adored it.

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I haven’t read this one yet but I want to read it in December! Duh!

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I haven’t read the first two books in this series but I intend to read them all by the end of the year.


My Aunt told me to read this book when I was in high school and I did. I don’t remember much about it though.

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I just read Tell Me Three Things last month and I think I gave it 3.5-4 stars!

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Once counts right? I plan on reading this in October so I thought I would throw it in here.

And that’s ten! Do you participate in Top Ten Tuesdays? Let me know below if you do, I would love to check them out.


10 thoughts on “TTT: Book Titles with Numbers In Them

  1. Ooh, I chose Nineteen Minutes this week too! First list I’ve seen with it 🙂 Jodi Picoult is just amazing. Even though it’s been yeaars since I picked it up, it I can still remember how I felt reading it. I think I should defo revisit it again too! Great list, Dana 🙂


    1. Thank you!! I’m surprised more people didn’t select it this week! I can’t wait to check out your list!


      1. I didn’t know that! Her books have always been (mostly?) good. But I don’t remind some of them that I read in High school.


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