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Top Ten Tuesday: Frequently Used Words In Young Adult Titles

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This was a hard one! I guess I don’t pay attention to words as much as overall story :/

 

 

1. GIRL
“Gone Girl”, Gillian Flynn
The Girl on the Train”, Paula Hawkins
The Girls”, Emma Cline

2. GAME
“The Hunger Games”, George Orwell
“A Game of Thrones”, George R. R. Martin
Ender’s Game”, Orson Scott Card

3. ANGEL
“Clockwork Angel”, Cassandra Clare
“City of Fallen Angels”, Cassandra Clare
“Angels & Demons”, Dan Brown

4. ME
“Me Before You”, Jojo Moyes
“Shatter Me”, Tahereh Mafi
“Never Let Me Go”, Kazuo Ishiguro

5. CITY
“City of Bones”, Cassandra Clare
“A Tale of Two Cities”, Charles Dickens
“The City of Ember”, Jeanne DuPrau

 

 

 

6. THIEF
“The Book Thief”, Markus Zusak
“The Lightning Thief”, Rick Riordan
“The Thief Lord”, Cornelia Funke

7. ALL
“All The Light We Cannot See”, Anthony Doerr
“All The Bright Places”, Jennifer Niven
“All Quiet on the Western Front”, Erich Maria Remarque

8. BOOK
“The Book Thief”, Markus Zusak
“The Notebook”, Nicholas Sparks
“The Book of Lost Things”, John Connolly

9. BONES
“The Lovely Bones”, Alice Sebold
“Daughter of Smoke & Bone”, Laini Taylor
“City of Bones”, Cassandra Clare

10. DIARY
“The Diary of a Young Girl”, Anne Frank
“The Princess Diaries”, Meg Cabot
“Diary of a Wimpy Kid”, Jeff Kinney

 

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