Ten Books with an Adjective in the Title

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl. For the rules see her blog. The topic this week is Books with an Adjective in the Title.

This takes me back to my school days, when I learnt a simple definition – an adjective is a ‘describing word’, a word that is used to describe or modify a noun or a pronoun. Of course there is more to it than just that, but I’m keeping it simple. These are books I’ve read and reviewed, excluding books with colours in the titles, as I’ve done at least two TTT posts on those in the past:

Have you read any of these books?

13 thoughts on “Ten Books with an Adjective in the Title

  1. Oh, I think you have some great novels here, Margaret! The Bolton, The Ward, The Dexter, they’re all terrific reads that I truly enjoyed. I want to read the Bainbridge, too, as I’ve been drawn into other work of hers that I’ve read.

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