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2023 Bookish Books Reading Challenge

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4 / 30 books. 13% done!

2023 Literary Escapes Challenge

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My Progress:

14 / 51 states. 27% done!

2023 Historical Fiction Reading Challenge

My Progress:

5 / 25 books. 20% done!

2023 POPSUGAR Reading Challenge

18 / 50 books. 36% done!

Booklist Queen's 2023 Reading Challenge

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20 / 52 books. 38% done!

2023 52 Club Reading Challenge

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24 / 52 books. 46% done!

2023 Build Your Library Reading Challenge

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15 / 40 books. 38% done!

2023 Pioneer Book Reading Challenge

8 / 40 books. 20% done!

2023 Craving for Cozies Reading Challenge

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4 / 25 books. 16% done!

2023 Medical Examiner's Mystery Reading Challenge

Book Bingo Reading Challenge

13 / 25 books. 52% done!

2023 Pick Your Poison Reading Challenge

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25 / 109 books. 23% done!

Children's Book Reading Challenge...For Adults!

Tuesday, February 15, 2022

Top Ten Tuesday: One-Word Wonders

Today's TTT topic is an interesting one: Top Ten Books That Are Too Good To Review Properly (I Have No Words!). Usually, I have the opposite problem—too many words. The reviews I tend to choke on are for classic books that have been critiqued so many times there's literally nothing new to say about them. Since I don't read that kind very often, I'm going to have to spin the prompt today. 

How about a game? Let's see if it's even possible for me to be succinct when writing about books. You up for it? Okay, here's how it's going to go. I'm going to describe the last ten books I've read in just one word. Stop laughing! I can do this. I think. To make it even more challenging, I will try to avoid the adjectives I tend to most overuse in my reviews: engrossing, fascinating, compelling, heart-warming, enjoyable, tense, fun, depressing, entertaining, and taut (my husband always makes fun of me when I describe books as "taut psychological thrillers"). I'm not even going to include a plot summary, although I will link the titles to Goodreads. Will I emerge victorious? Let's see... 

But first, be sure to hop over to That Artsy Reader Girl and give our hostess some love. If you're feeling listy today, join in the TTT fun!

The Last Ten Books I Read Reviewed In Just One Word
(from most recent to least)

1. I Must Betray You by Ruta Sepetys



2. Tips for Magicians by Celesta Rimington



3. Madam by Phoebe Wynne



4. Drawn by the Current by Jocelyn Green



5. A Murder for the Books by Victoria Gilbert



6. Scribbles, Sorrows, and Russet Leather Boots by Liz Rosenberg


(Is a hyphenated word cheating??)


7. The Cure For What Ales You by Ellie Alexander



8. The Ice House by Monica Sherwood



9. Endurance by Alfred Lansing



10. Hot and Sour Suspects by Vivien Chien



Phew! That wasn't actually as hard as I thought it would be, but it wasn't easy either. I think I'll stick with my usual style from now on. Have you read any of these books? How would YOU describe them in one word? What books have you read that are too good to review? I'd truly love to know. Leave me a comment on this post and I will gladly return the favor on your blog.

Happy TTT!

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