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February 6, 2018

Books I might read for their long titles

This week's Top Ten Tuesday is 'Books That Have Been On My TBR the Longest and I Still Haven’t Read'. I decided to make it into 'Books I might read for their long titles.' Can you tell which one of these titles are fake? Hint: there are only 3 titles that are fake.

01/ Stories rabbits tell: a natural and cultural history of a misunderstood creature by Susan E. Davis & Margo Demello

02/ Everything is wrong with you: The modern woman's guide to finding self confidence through self-loathing by Wendy Molyneux

03/ Today the sky is blue and white with bright blue spots and a small pale moon and I will destroy our relationship today by Tao Lin

04/ The wild adventures of a slightly mad & wholly sarcastic witch dabbling in magic and other forms of witchcraft that may or may not have turned people into toads and occasionally caused ice storms to appear during the summer and other wickedly true tales as told by Jane Edward St. John based on a diary from an anonymous source

05/ How to write ten different best sellers now in your spare time and become the first author on your block unless there's an author already living on your block by George Kirgo

06/ The glass cafe: or the stripper and the state; how my mother started a war with the system that made us kind of rich and a little bit famous by Gary Paulsen

07/ The serial dog kidnapper: how one man turned his life around and made millions selling unwanted street dogs to rich, lonely people which all born out of not having a dog when he was a child because his parents were a**holes and other horrible but true tales of childhood & eventual adulthood by John 'Dogbird' Hogan

08/ The man who ate his boots: the tragic history of the search for the northwest passage by Anthony Brandt
09/ The lamentable journey to the end of the world and other real tales of traveling the globe with only a backpack, an outdated map, $100 in cash and & a pet monkey with a fondness for stealing chocolate told in verse and other short forms by Anne E. Elliot

10/ The hundred-year-old man who climbed out of the window and disappeared by Jonas Jonasson

Answers:


Read any books with long titles lately? 

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