Top Ten Tuesday | Book titles that are questions


Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted at That Artsy Reader Girl. Each week you compile a list of ten books which coincide with that week’s theme. You can find everything you need to know about joining in here!

This week’s theme is ‘Book Titles That are Questions’. Initially I couldn’t think of anything, but after some searching I managed to come across quite a few books I have at least heard of before and one I’ve read!

Is Anybody There? by Jean Ure: I read quite a few Jean Ure books in my early teens, and I can still remember not being entirely sure how I felt about this one.

Do You Dream of Terra-Two? by Temi Oh: I’ve heard good things about this sci-fi.

What Would Boudicca Do? by E. Foley and B. Coates: I love the cover of this book, it’s so fun.

Will My Cat Eat My Eyeballs? by Caitlin Doughty: I keep meaning to give Doughty’s books a try.

Which Witch? by Eva Ibbotson: Eva Ibbotson is another author I loved when I was younger, but I never read this one.

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick: I had to read this classic sci-fi novel for a Literature to Film class at university and I loathed it.

Why Read the Classics? by Italo Calvino: Calvino is another author I keep meaning to try.

Where Have the Unicorns Gone? by Jane Yolen: I ask myself this question on a daily basis.

Is this a dagger which I see before me? by William Shakespeare: I love me a good soliloquy.

Where Am I Now? by Mara Wilson: I’ve heard really good things about this memoir!

Which books made your list this week?

19 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday | Book titles that are questions

  1. Lisa @ Bookshelf Fantasies says:

    I forgot about Which Witch! I haven’t read that one, but I’ve enjoyed a bunch of her other children’s books. We have Terra-Two and Androids in common this week. 🙂 And I’ve definitely heard of the Cat/Eyeballs book — I wonder if it’s as funny as it sounds from the title. Great list!


  2. Jaime says:

    I had a bit of trouble coming up with titles at first, too. I managed to find eight that I’ve read or want to read. Funny enough none of the ones you have on your list are on my list! Apparently there are more out there than I thought. 🙂


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