Top Ten Tuesday Books With Single-Word Titles // Unique Words That Sum It All Up!

Hey loves! Top Ten Tuesday is a book blog meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl! This week’s prompt is Books With Single-Word Titles. This is a pretty unique prompt so I’m excited to dive into it!

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1. Winter

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All of Marissa Meyer’s book have one word titles, including Winter, which is my favorite of her books! So much contained in this princess!

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2. Fangirl 

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Cath is a total Fangirl just as the title implies, and I love this book!

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3. Geekerella 

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I love this super cute pun on Cinderella… but with a geek!

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4. Legendary 

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It’s gotta be a pretty good book to be called Legendary and actually live up to the title… and this one totally does!

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5. Starfish

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Starfish is such an amazing book and it’s not until the end that you understand what the title is referencing and it’s wonderful!

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6. Fireblood

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My favorite book of the Frostblood saga, and all the titles refer to specific types of people, which I love!

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7. Windfall 

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Windfall is such a cute contemporary about luck and love and I really enjoyed it!

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8. Stain

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Stain is such an enchanting twisted retelling of The Princess and The Pea!

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9. Divergent

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All the titles of the books in the Divergent trilogy are so unique and memorable and fitting for their books!

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10. Delirium

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Another book from back in the dystopian era with a unique title that really encompasses the delirium the characters face!

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Let’s Chat

What are some of your favorite books with single-word titles? Any on this list? I’d love to chat in the comments below ❤

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26 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday Books With Single-Word Titles // Unique Words That Sum It All Up!

  1. I love one-word titles too, they’re just…. hard hitting when it’s the exact right word that’s picked out! I LOVE Starfish and love the meaning of the title, too, it’s just so perfectly fitting! 🙂

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