Top Ten Tuesday: Books with Numbers in the Title

Top Ten Tuesday: Books with Numbers in the Title

You guys just had to make this difficult for me, didn’t you.

So some of these I never read and basically had to look it up. Sorry, fam.

I actually read this one in high school. Well kind of. Mostly sparknotes’ed it.

I kind of sort of read this one in high school too!

Aww look at my husband on the cover. Yaaaas boo.

I watched this movie!

I have heard of this one.

I have NOT read or watched this.

I will eventually read this.

I watched the Jackie Chan version. It’s still one of my favorite trash movies.

I kind of sort of don’t remember what happened in these books but I do remember having them in my hands at some point in my life.

Someone want to tell me how the heck I pretty much forgot about this one?! Wow. I’m ashamed at myself right now.

In case you’re wondering why there are so many posts coming from me, I decided to sign up for both Blogtober and BEAutumn, and it was my goal to do all of the prompts for every single day. I think I set my posts up until October 15th so far, and I still have the rest of the month to go, so… yeah that’s why there’s so many!

Enjoyyyyyyyy.

15 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Books with Numbers in the Title

  1. OMG I almost added The Second Summer to my list this week as well! But I had Evelyn Hugo, RPO and SoC. Great minds πŸ˜‰ but no really it’s all thanks to my Goodreads. Jeez, what would I even do without Goodreads to remind me of all the books that I’ve read?! Haha Great TTT, Leelynn!

    My TTT post

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  2. Orlando Bloom as an elf was just the gift that keeps on giving to us. Bless those hot little pointy ears lol πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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