{Top Ten Unique Book Titles}

Posted October 24, 2017 by Liza in Top 10 Tuesday / 7 Comments

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Hi gorgeous readers!  Well.  I’ve tried to limit my list of unique book titles to books I’ve actually read.  I’m sure there are a lot more unique and outrageous books out there.  Here we go:

The Crimson Skew by S.E. Grove – The title itself refers to a red fog, but I would have never guessed it! (Review)

Finnikin of the Rock by Melina Marchetta – Also, no idea what this title meant before reading the book, but it makes perfect sense as soon as you start reading 🙂

The Void of Muirwood by Jeff Wheeler – I loved this series (covers included) and it’s world.

Illusionarium by Heather Dixon – Just very unusual, but highly appropiate (Review)

On the Jellicoe Road by Melina Merchetta – (Review)

The Coldest Girl in Coldtown by Holly Black – Another beloved story, even though I keep crossing my fingers so Holly Black will write a story after what happens at the end…(Review)

Graveminder by Melissa Marr – Well, it is about what the title says, quite literally (Review)

The Monstrumologist by Rick Lancey – As you might guess, it refers to someone who studies monsters (Review)

Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli – No idea by the title what this was about!  I read it because otherwise Bee might have stopped being my co-blogger and I love her 🙂 (Review)

Shadowcry by Jenna Burtenshaw – The series in Britain is called Wintercraft, which is also a made up word but makes much more sense (Review)


What are some of your unique book titles?



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7 responses to “{Top Ten Unique Book Titles}

  1. Nathan

    I can name only a few I have read that I think are unique. “Reflection Pond” by Kacey Vanderkarr, “Blossoming Flower” by Vivian Winslow, “A Mortal Song” by Megan Crew (LOVED IT!) and “Keeper of the Isis Light” by Monica Hughes, which is set on a planet named after the Egyptian Goddess. I have more unique titles on my TBR list. You can name more than I can. Good for you.

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