Top Ten Tuesday: Books With Time in the Title

This week’s Top Ten Tuesday prompt is Books With a Unit of Time In the Title (seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, years, eternity, etc.). I decided to make it easiest on me and just use books I’ve read with the word “time” in the title.

The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexei: This doesn’t use time in a way I originally expected for this list but at this point it’s iconic.

River of Time series by Lisa T. Bergren: I adore these books, but I never really understood the title. They’re about time travel but I’m not sure where the “river” part comes in.

Out of Sight, Out of Time by Ally Carter: Love the punny take on this title.

Aru Shah and the End of Time by Roshani Chokshi: You would think this would be the last book in the series with that title, but surprisingly it’s not. It’s the first.

The Time Paradox by Eoin Colfer: Artemis Fowl has fairies and mythical creatures and demons, so why not time travel too?

A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle: one of my favorite books!

An Acceptable Time by Madeleine L’Engle: Probably my least favorite of the Time Quintet. I have no desire to ever reread this book.

The Life and (Medieval) Times of Kit Sweetly by Jamie Pacton: This title and book are so fun!

Maybe This Time by Kasie West: I love the format of this book with different events and the corresponding flower since it’s about a girl who works for a florist and keeps running into the same guy at all these places.

Out of Time trilogy by Nadine Brandes: I’m in the middle of reading this series and I can say those titles are perfect for this week—A Time to Die, A Time to Speak, A Time to Rise.

What books can you think of with the word ‘time’ in the title? Don’t forget to join the link-up!

13 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Books With Time in the Title

    • Yes! If I was rereading any, I’d probably only reread 1-3. Book 4 is weird and book 5 is worse. I also read some of the other books connected to the Murrays and I didn’t like those either. XD


      • I always wanted to read more of the books surrounding the family, but just never got around to reading any more than the Time Quintet. I’ve re-read 1-3 several times, 4 a couple, and I’m pretty sure I’ve only read 5 the one time. (And that’s all I intend to read it, too. It was bizarre—even in comparison to the others—from what I remember.)

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