Hello darling readers!
I hope you are all staying safe and staying home during these trying times! With all this self-isolation and lockdown business, you would have thought I could finish a book!
I wanted to review House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J. Maas today, but I just couldn’t finish it in time. Due to me being lazy and also online school proving to be a little too overwhelming.
So, why not just do something for fun?
This was actually a Top Ten Tuesday post I saw on the Dragons & Zombies blog and it looked like fun, so that’s what I’m going to do today!
This is how it works:
- Use a fantasy book name generator and say whether or not you would read the book.
- Name 10 names the generator came up with.
- This isn’t really a book tag, so I won’t tag anyone, but if you’re in the mood for something silly, go ahead and try it!
I used Book title generator for this post!
1.) Praised by Secrets
This definitely sounds like something I would read. It actually sounds like a book that would have a gorgeous cover (without even knowing what the story is).
Would I read it? Probably
2.) Foes Without Direction:
This sounds like it could be a comedy, sort of like a fantasy parody. Maybe it could be about villains who constantly mess up their North with their South and always end up in the wrong kingdom?
Would I read it? I think so.
3.) Wives of Destruction:
This sounds like some kind of contemporary, to be honest. Like a club for women who are sick and tired of their horrible husbands and set out to teach them a lesson.
Would I read it? Maybe, depends on the tone the story takes.
4.) Thieves and Heroes:
This sounds way too generic, not going to lie. A thief who ends up being the hero of the story? Meh. Been done a bit too much, if you ask me.
Would I read it? Nah.
5.) Luck of the Land:
This sounds like it could be a book similar to The Fifth Season. If it’s anything like the aforementioned book, it sounds like it would be right up my alley!
Would I read it? Definitely.
6.) Pirate of Despair:
Once again, this sounds like it could be a fantasy parody of a pirate who goes on adventure and can’t get anything right. Maybe a bit like Jack Sparrow, even.
Would I read it? I would definitely consider it.
7.) Concept of Dread:
This actually sounds as if it could be a great fantasy book, not going to lie. Maybe it could be about an assassin or shadow monsters of some sort…
Would I read it? Yessss.
8.) Fish of Fortune:
This sounds like some kind of old German fairytale about fishes who grant wishes. Maybe a story Disney would adapt to the screen?
Would I read it? Depends on the length and tone of the story.
9.) Chasing the Sea
It sounds like a thriller in which a woman was found dead on the beach and now two detectives, one grumpy and the other a ray of sunshine, must solve the case without getting killed themselves.
Would I read it? Maybe, just for the dynamic between the two detectives.
10.) Inventing the Demons:
This sounds like a story where a scientist in a perfect world accidentally creates monsters/demons and they escape into the world, wreaking havoc, and a war between the humans and demons start.
Would I read it? Sounds promising, to be be honest.
What’s your favorite name on the list? Mine is Luck of the Land and Concept of Dread.
If you do try this post out, don’t forget to link your own post below!
Till we meet again!