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Top Ten Tuesday: One Word Reviews for the Last Ten Books

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.


Today’s TTT is an interesting one. If you’ve been around for a while, you know I tend to go on when I’m writing a review. It’s definitely why I include an Overall Recommendation section on each review for those who obviously would prefer the cliffnotes version of my thoughts.

So to summarize the last 10 books I’ve read in 1 word? That’s a huge feat.

But I shall attempt to do so nonetheless. If I wrote up a review for this book already, I will also link to it for your comparison (or if the one word piqued your interest enough to take a deeper dive).

Let’s start from the last book I’ve read and move on backwards.

1. The Song That Moves the Sun by Anna Bright

One-word review: Unique
Rating: 4.5/5
Full review coming soon

2. The Iron Sword by Julie Kagawa

One-word review: Nostalgia
Rating: 3/5
Full review coming soon

3. Breathless by Amy McCulloch

One-word review: Experience
Rating: 5/5
Full review here

4. Rule #3: You Can’t Kiss Your Best Friend by Anne-Marie Meyer

One-word review: Comfort
Rating: 5/5
Full review TBD

5. 10 Truths and a Dare by Ashley Elston

One-word review: Family
Rating: 4/5
Full review here

6. God Bless This Mess by Hannah Brown

One-word review: Eye-opening
Rating: 4/5
Full review TBD

7. Steelstriker by Marie Lu

One-word review: Lacking
Rating: 2.5/5
Full review here

8. The Cheat Sheet by Sarah Adams

One-word review: Swoon-worthy
Rating: 4.5/5
Full review here

9. Stuck With You by Ali Hazelwood

One-word review: Chemistry
Rating: 5/5
Full review here

10. Sense and Second-Degree Murder by Tirzah Price

One-word review: Sisterhood
Rating: 4/5
Full review here

Well, friends, I have no idea if these 10 words helped in any way to fully incorporate the entirety of my feelings for each book, but if you have read some of these, hopefully you understand why I chose some of these words.

And if you haven’t yet read these books, perhaps even a one-word review would provide you with enough of an idea about the stories it holds.

24 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: One Word Reviews for the Last Ten Books”

  1. I have only heard good things about Ali Hazelwood’s books. I really want to give her work a try. That’s too bad about Steelstriker. I really must read Sense and Second-Degree Murder. You did a great job with these!

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  2. Great one-word reviews! Combined with some of these gorgeous covers, you’ve piqued my interest in a few of these books. I’m especially excited for Hazelwood’s novellas and can’t wait for the ebook versions to come out 😍

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    1. Thanks Dini! I couldn’t want for the ebooks to publish so I got the subscription for audiobooks just for them 😅 they’re still so good in audiobook format so I know the ebook will hopefully be everything you’re looking for

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