Top Five Tuesday: Bookish “E”

The adorable Erin @ Raised Reading did a fun meme a few weeks ago. I enjoyed it so much that I decided to tweak it and use it for a series of Top Five Tuesday posts. I’m going to attempt a top five bookish list for all 26 letters of the alphabet (this could get a little dicey towards the end!).

Other posts in this series:
“A”
“B” 
“C”
“D”

Picture Book – Elephants Cannot Dance by Mo Willems. Really any of the Elephant and Piggie Books!

Middle Grade Book – Ella Enchanted by Gail Carson Levine. A classic fairy tale retelling.

YA or Adult Book – The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fforde. One of my favorite reads this year.

TBR – Eon: Dragoneye Reborn by Alison Goodman. This book has been published under 4 different titles, but I’m not going to hold that against it. 😉

Author – Janet Evanovich. Her Stephanie Plum series is getting old, but it’s still fun and funny.

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3 thoughts on “Top Five Tuesday: Bookish “E”

  1. mtsedwards says:

    Okay, I’m just gonna admit it – I’m not a mystery genre person. I tried the Eyre Affair and couldn’t get past the first chapter. I own several Evanovich’s books but haven’t cracked the spine on any of them. I do, however, admit to being a hopeless fantasy fan and I’m glad to see Eon on your list. I didn’t know it was published under several different titles. Wonder why that is?

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    • Selah at A Bibliophile's Style says:

      You know the HP books are as much mystery as they are fantasy, right? 😉
      Eon (and its sequel Eona) were released under different titles in different countries. The author admits that it’s confusing and she doesn’t like it. Apparently she was pressured into it by the publishers.

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      • mtsedwards says:

        Stupid publishers. I can see publishing it with different covers (I love when Book Badger does her Who Wore it Best meme), but different titles is just confusing to the reader and potential fans. Wonder if they have the same ISBNs?

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