For this weeks Top Ten Tuesday, I’ll be listing 10 books that are either on my book shelves or that I’ve read which either include a unit of time in the title or involve time and/or time travel in some way. Some of these might be a stretch… but that’s okay, I’m just gonna roll with it 😂
The Fifth Season by N.K. Jemisin
The Bookshop of Yesterdays by Amy Meyerson
The Year of The Witching by Alexis Henderson
One Very Hot Day by David Halberstam
Monday’s Not Coming by Tiffany Jackson
I just realized that Monday is not a unit of time… But I’m just going to let it slide, as it’s a good book, so… 🤷♂️
The Day Is Ready For You by Alison Malee
Savor the Moment (Bride Quartet #3) by Nora Roberts
These next three books involve time or time travel, and since I don’t have as many books on my shelf that use units of time in the title, I figure I would include this section too 😉
The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger
Although a unit of time isn’t necessarily in the title, the actual word “time” is in the title, and the story involves time travel, so I’ll include it here 👌
The New Policeman by Kate Thompson
This is a book I read when I was a kid, that doesn’t have a unit of time in the title either, but the story revolves around the city of Kinvara in Ireland, where it seems as though everyone is always running out of time. I remember enjoying the book as a kid, and thought the way the story revolved around time was really cool, so it gets an honorable mention 😊
One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston
Want to read a book about time travel and celebrate Pride Month at the same time? Then read One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston, and all your time travel and wlw needs will be met! 10/10 would recommend (:
And don’t forget to check out That Artsy Reader Girl’s post, where you can also find more bloggers who participated in this weeks Top Ten Tuesday! If you want to participate in future Top Ten Tuesday’s, check out this list!
On that note, I will see you in the next post!
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