Top Ten Tuesday – Hilarious Book Titles

Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday! Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, this week it is Hilarious Book Titles. I haven’t really read any books with hilarious titles per se so I have gone for titles that made me smile:

You Had Me At Halloumi by Ginger Jones (click for my review)

The Rabbit Factor by Antti Tuomainen (click for my review)

A Binturong In My Bed by Chris Lois (click for my review)

The Great Eggscape by Jory John (click for my review)

Armed and Outrageous by Madison Johns (click for my review)

Witchnapped in Westerham by Dionne Lister (click for my review)

Cauliflowers Through The Catflap by Cassandra Campbell-Kemp (click for my review)

Just One Damned Thing After Another by Jodi Taylor (click for my review)

Cappuccinos, Cupcakes and a Corpse by Harper Lin (click for my review)

Best Murder in Show by Debbie Young (click for my review)

What book titles have made you laugh/smile?

Happy TTT!

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69 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday – Hilarious Book Titles

    1. Emily Jane Post author

      It was a great read! The characters were such fun.

      I wasn’t sure about reading the rest as I got so emotional at all the death!!

      I have. It was brillliant. The only thing is that they never showed the last few episodes here in the UK. We saw the whole series then there seemed to be bonus episodes – Christmas specials?

      Happy TTT!

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    1. Emily Jane Post author

      It was a great book. I recommend it.

      Cauliflowers Through The Catflap was good too. I wasn’t sure that I was ready to read about lockdown (having read it shortly after it was lifted here), however it was an interesting read!

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  1. Rae | HerSerialLife.com

    Great list. I haven’t read any of these books, but you picked a lot of interesting titles.
    Thank you for visiting my blog.
    Have a great week☀️

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    1. Emily Jane Post author

      Thank you. When I saw them both I knew I had to get them. It is true that people were literally getting veg posted through their letterbox which I think made it funnier – because we were coming out of lockdown. Less funny if you were still in lockdown.

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    1. Emily Jane Post author

      Thank you. Oooo I hope they have been enlightening. I was recommended Just One Damned Thing After Another on a facebook group. The other one was just by a chance email!

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  2. Marianne Maurer

    I would have loved cauliflower through my catflap during lockdown (or any food brought to the house). You found some hilarious titles. Congrats.

    Thanks for visiting my TTT this week.

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    1. Emily Jane Post author

      I was so paranoid about it all. I wouldn’t let anyone touch any sort of post!! My parents had a box that all the post when into for decontamination. The worst thing is that my partner is a school teacher…

      Thank you 🙂

      That’s ok.

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      1. Marianne Maurer

        Oh dear, I can imagine. I didn’t like any of it, either. Hubby has a lung disease, it would have killed him. But we couldn’t get anything delivered here because the supermarkets in Germany don’t do that. So, we had to go shopping for groceries and that was terrible.

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      2. Emily Jane Post author

        Oh no! It must be awful for you both. I didn’t know that. We have supermarket vans going round all the time. I don’t know how long its been going, but a fair while now. My mum gave up when the substitutions that were made because a product she ordered wasn’t available were so poor (she wanted brandy sauce and got brown sauce!).

        My partner did our shopping. He hasn’t been as paranoid because he is a teacher and has had no choice but to go out into the world…

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      3. Emily Jane Post author

        Yes, we are lucky. Most supermarkets do it. A couple of shops do click and collect.

        I just assume that everyone does it, but really it hasn’t been that long – ok according to Google Tesco started doing online shopping in 1996. We certainly didn’t start having it until I was older. I have learnt something else new!

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      4. Marianne Maurer

        That’s what I love about blogging and about connections on the internet in general. We can all learn so much from each other. Those little tidbits about what’s going on in other countries, you can only learn them from the people.

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    1. Emily Jane Post author

      It does. It was a great topic! It was good and I’ve just got accepted onto a tour for the second one – The Moose Paradox.

      No problem. Thank you for visiting back ☺️

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