TTT: Quick Reads. And Page Turners. And Reads You Can’t Put Down. Okay, It’s Really Just a Smorgasbord.

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday (TTT) brought to you byΒ The Broke and the Bookish.

March 21: Read In One Sitting Theme: ten of the shortest books I’ve read, top ten books I read in one sitting, ten books to read when you are short on time, top ten books that will make you read the whole day away, etc.

Which way to go this week? There are so many possibilities. Short books? Or books you can’t put down? Fun mysteries? Memoirs?

I tried to pick just one category. Really, I did. But there are so many great books to highlight. So this week, I’m doing a smorgasbord for my top ten list. That’s right, you get a little bit of everything. Lucky ducks.

Now, shall we begin?

Top Ten Smorgasbord

Some of these can easily be finished in a day, others are just hard to put down. I also wentΒ a little over ten. Okay, like 50% over. I’ve got 15 books here, people. Don’t judge.

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Fun Mysteries

Short Stories

Page Turners

Other Great Reads that are Hard to Put Down

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What about you? How did you swing this week’s topic? What book would you add to my list(s)? Sound off below, and link up to your own TTT if you’ve got one!

28 thoughts on “TTT: Quick Reads. And Page Turners. And Reads You Can’t Put Down. Okay, It’s Really Just a Smorgasbord.

    • Oh I love Harry Potter! The last three books are huge – so not finish in a day, but definite page turners. (Well, 6 and 7 were for me. 5 was a little on the long side. But stick with it! πŸ˜‰ )

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    • I’ve only read the two most recent Tana French books, but I really enjoyed both of them. They are great Scotland Yard thrillers. I didn’t know about her and last year I randomly selected The Secret Place audio book at the library.

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    • Big Little Lies is fantastic! She tackles a pretty serious subject, but manages to keep the book funny throughout. I’ve enjoyed all the books I’ve read by Ms. Moriarty, but Big Little Lies is by far my favorite one.

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