Top Ten Tuesday/ Nunbers In The Title

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by thatartsyreadergirl with a new topic every week.

September 14: Books With Numbers In the title.

Ready Player Two (Ready Player One, #2)

If you read Sunday’s post, you know I liked Ready Player Two by Ernest Cline.

One Shot (Jack Reacher, #9)

My first read of Lee Child, and I have to say my most favourite of his.

Seven Unholy Days

It’s a pretty good thriller. In a way, it mirrors the ongoing war that returned with the Taliban.

Four Blind Mice (Alex Cross, #8)

Apart from enjoying Alex Cross’s way of thinking, I like the family dynamic, especially the grandma and her wisdom.

Daisy Jones & The Six

For some reason, I thought that Malibu Raising is similar to Daisy Jones & The Six, but apart from them being by the same author and Historical Fiction, that isn’t the case.

1st to Die (Women's Murder Club, #1)

1st to Die is the first novel in the Women’s Murder Club Series, and I read 12 books out of the 20 from the series. It is a series by James Patterson and Co-authors. When I have some time, I will look up the rest and read them.

Denied (One Night, #2)

Denied by Jodi Ellen Malpas is the second book in the One Night Series and the only book I read from this series. I didn’t really like it, so that I won’t continue with the series. I know it’s technically cheating, but oh well.

Two Kinds of Truth (Harry Bosch, #20; Harry Bosch Universe, #30)

As rare as it is for me, I can’t remember what Two Kinds of Truth (Harry Bosch #20) by Michael Connelly is about. My guess is that I felt that it was decent at the time since I gave it three stars.

One

The kind of book that I feel is a diamond in the rough that I found by chance, and it’s about conjoint twins and written in verse.

One with You (Crossfire, #5)

One with You by Sylvia Day is the fifth book, and I think last in the Crossfire series. I have to say that this is the only Erotica series I like so far.

Alex

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