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Top Ten Tuesday: Book Titles That Are Complete Sentences

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These books mostly fall into what I call “the something-something life of somebody-somebody” genre.  I’ve read seven of these and enjoyed them all. The others I will probably get to at some point.

My Favorite Book With a Title that is a full sentence

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This is the “young person’s” edition of the book Dove. I’ve read both versions and like this one better–plus there are way more photographs of this incredible voyage. Although sadly  out-of-print now, it is readily available used and normally for a reasonable price if you don’t mind an ex-library copy.

This Week’s List

Click the linked titles to go to my reviews:

Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day

Britt Marie Was Here

The Truth According To Us

The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry

Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand

When We Were Young and Brave

Unlikely Resolutions of Oliver Clock

Links to Amazon [off which I make no money[

Evie Drake Starts Over

Get a Life Chloe Brown

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15 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Book Titles That Are Complete Sentences

  1. I have read Britt-Marie Was Here, Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand, and The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry. Like all of them! There are several others on your list that I would like to read.

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  2. “These books mostly fall into what I call “the something-something life of somebody-somebody” genre.” Very, very true. And now I want to know how the Penguins saved Veronica!

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