top ten tuesday

One Word Reviews of the Last Ten Books | #TopTenTuesday 327

I know that the prompt of one word reviews isn’t until May. But in May I will probably be doing something very different. May is Wyrd and Wonder month and I will probably focus on our prompts that month. So I though I’d just throw in this prompt now already.

The official prompt for today’s Top Ten Tuesday (as always hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl are books I enjoyed but never mentioned on the blog. In general books I enjoy get at least one mention in the blog either in lists or in my wrap up. So I don’t feel like that topic really works for me.

24 thoughts on “One Word Reviews of the Last Ten Books | #TopTenTuesday 327

  1. Ooh, basic 😂 That’s a killer. I also thought Keeper of the Lost Cities was cute and I definitely get the fairytale vibes from Axie Oh’s book! Looking forward to doing this prompt in May now 😃 Great list, Annemieke!

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  2. I’m so excited for this prompt! I love the challenge of one-word reviews. The Black God’s Drums was so good!

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  3. Oh dat lijkt me eigenlijk best nog moeilijk te zijn. Even een heel boek samenvatten in slechts één woord. Ik ben trouwens echt aan het uitkijken naar de nieuwe Anne Bishop. Wat op zich wel grappig is vermits het waarschijnlijk een hele tijd zal duren voor ik het ook echt kan lezen. Want dat laatste wil nog steeds niet goed lukken. Awoe!

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      1. Oei, hopelijk laat die niet meer te lang op zich wachten want anders is het natuurlijk wel een beetje onzinning om een boek te pre-orderen.

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  4. This was a unique theme. 🙌

    I don’t have Pirate Stew for my Chris Riddell illustrated collection, yet. I need to make sure it’s on my Better World Book’s wishlist! Thanks for reminding me. 😊

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