Hello, sweet peas!
Sometimes it’s nice to have all your ducks in a row and to know that everything has it’s order, don’t you think? Numbers are nice. I mean, sure, I always hated Maths in school but overall I like the idea of it.
Right from the top of my head I can’t really think of too many books with numbers in the title. Well, of course Six of Crows or Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum novels in consecutive order. But let’s see what I can come up with
Linked in with Top Ten Tuesday
I didn’t know about this book until the last TTT where I saw it on several blogs. It sounds very intriguing and I will definitely read it at some point.
I owned this book until recently when I donated it. It sounded so promising and fun but I didn’t really like it.
Oh my, I almost forgot one of my very favourite books in the world. Fünf. It’s since 2012 the best crime story I’ve read. “Fünf” means five in German btw.
Another one of those books you should read before you die. I’m actually really curious about all the references that are supposed to be in this book and if I would understand them.
Is there a pattern? Because I feel like there is a pattern. The Severn sisters is another book I didn’t particular like. I started it but I couldn’t quite convince myself to like it.
I loved this book so much. I cried so much when it was over and not for the ending, although maybe for that too, but because I had just felt like I had lost some dear friends. Because all this was over before I was even born. It was amazing and highly recommend this book to everybody.
I read the first book of this trilogy, “Across the universe” and don’t quite know why I never came around to read the second book. I guess I will at some point. I’m wondering if they ever arrive.
Obligatory mention of Six of Crows. I’m really wondering how often this book will be on today’s list. I don’t really know how to feel about this book and I still haven’t finished it.
Probably my favourite Hercule Poirot novel. I highly recommend it. I also recommend to watch the BBC movie with David Suchet. I listened to the soundtrack while reading this and it was magical.
That one is still on my TBR pile waiting to be read. You either love Walter Moers’ books or you don’t know what to do with them and I’m curious which one is with this one for me.
Okay, that was it for today. My list of books with numbers in the title, meticulously ordered by want-to-read, didn’t like and loved-it! 😀