Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly book blog meme now hosted by Jana over at The Artsy Reader Girl!
This week's topic is: Book Titles That Are Complete Sentences
There are a lot of titles out there that sound like complete statement, but to fully embrace this topic I tried to pick ones that really felt like a sentence with action and purpose, and it actually ended up being a pretty fun search through titles. All of these are titles (obviously), but since we're viewing them as sentences, I'm just going to write them out as a sentence without capitalizing or italicizing the titles (this has honestly been so much harder to do because I have the hardest time not capitalizing titles, haha! Who knew?)
1. We begin at the end.
2. They mostly come out at night.
3. We ride the storm. / We ride with death.
4. Killing Commendatore.
It might be a bit, er, violent, but hey, it's a sentence, isn't it?
5. I love you too much.
6. We have always lived in the castle.
I wish I'd always lived in a castle, too. Maybe not that one, though?
7. Gather the daughters.
...but based on what happens in this book, you probably shouldn't gather the daughters.
8. The heart goes last.
9. And the hippos were boiled in their tanks.
A rather horrid title to consider, I think.
10. The girl who soared over fairyland cut the moon in two.
Honestly, any of this series' titles worked, but I always mention the first book so I thought I'd mix it up.
Do you know any great titles that function as a complete sentence? Let me know!