top ten tuesday

Books With Weather-Related Titles

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This week’s topic doesn’t appeal to me, so I’m picking one from a couple of weeks ago that I missed: Books with Weather Events/Words in the Title/on the Cover
(I’m picturing a list of titles with weather-related words in them like storm, rain, blizzard, flood, lightning, hail, snow, wind, etc. OR covers with lightning/storms in the picture.)

Matthew Reilly – Ice Station
Carlos Ruiz Zafón – The Shadow Of The Wind
Cecilia Ahern – Where Rainbows End
Stephen King – The Mist
Richard Castle – Heat Wave

Barbara Sophia Tammes – A Blueprint for Your Castle in the Clouds
Guy de la Bédoyère – Gods with Thunderbolts
Sally Malcolm – Permafrost
Rick Riordan – Percy Jackson & The Lightning Thief
Jaimie Admans – Snowflakes At The Little Christmas Tree Farm

That was legit a lot harder than I thought it would be. I figured I’d have read loads of books with storm, thunder, or lightning in the title but no! I did have fun scrolling through 13 years of GoodReads books read though!

18 thoughts on “Books With Weather-Related Titles

    1. I’m about 35% of the way through and so far it’s pretty much all been one crazy action scene – it’s so OTT and fun, but I’m not quite as engaged with it as I was Temple

    1. I’m about 35% of the way through – just got to the end of that first epic action scene and can’t wait to see what happens next… I’m not quite as engaged with it as I was Temple but I’m still having a lot of fun reading it

  1. This is a tough, but fun topic. I actually had eight in my blog’s list, so at least I only had to go looking for two more. The funny thing is that when I thought about it, they were titles I should have known about. Hope you have a great week.

  2. This is a great list! I’ve only read Percy Jackson, and haven’t heard of most of these, but they do look really interesting. And the topic was really hard!

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