#day42 of #abookaday — ONE WORD TITLES : Question: What’s the last book you’ve read with a one word title?

#day42 of #abookaday —




What’s the last book you’ve read with a one word title? Here’s mine above!

It’s strange, out of all the books I have read, or have in my TBR piles, one word book titles are few and far between. Is this just me and my collection, or do you agree?

I can’t wait to hear what you think!

Luv Sassy


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14 thoughts on “#day42 of #abookaday — ONE WORD TITLES : Question: What’s the last book you’ve read with a one word title?

  1. Mine is Enigma, a sci-fi romance by Ditter Kellen! 😉

    Sometimes, it can be the genre. Romance series which focus on families, military units, shifter packs, etc. usually have just the hero’s name as the title. I also have several sagas with one-word titles…the name of the town or city where the story takes place.

    Fun fact – I have two wips with one-word titles – one a woman’s name, and the other a “condition.” LOL!

    Enjoy the weekend!

  2. Fun question. I had to think about it and check my shelves. Looks like it was Shade by Marilyn Peake but I also just reviewed Zoo by James Patterson.

      1. Definitely and also I think when they turned Da Vinci Code, Angels and Demons and Inferno into films that also boosted people’s interest in the books.

      2. It certainly did! I actually do believe there’s no such thing as bad publicity. Wherever there’s been disputes about a book it’s always become a success! Well, most of the time! Rightly or wrongly. I’m thinking 50 shades for one. Lol 😆📚

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