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Top 10 Tuesday 23rd February

on February 23, 2021

Hello everyone and welcome back to another edition of Top 10 Tuesday! Hosted by Jana @ That Artsy Reader Girl, it features a different topic each week. This week our topic is:

Top 10 Books That Made Me Laugh Out Loud

1. Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston.

I read this on a plane and snort-laughed my whole way through it. My kids, who were with me, kept saying ‘what is so funny?’ This book was hilarious. I absolutely loved it.

2. Attachments by Rainbow Rowell.

It’s been quite a while since I read this, but I can still remember just how much it made me laugh out loud. I’ve been devoted to Rainbow Rowell as an author ever since I read this.

3. The Hating Game by Sally Thorne.

This was just my jam, I loved everything about it and so much about it made me chuckle out loud.

4. Get A Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert.

I listened to this at night in bed and I’d be laying there, trying to laugh quietly because it was so funny. And usually I don’t connect as well with audiobooks, especially if I haven’t read the book already (I hadn’t read this in print form and actually, I still haven’t) and I think I’d have probably laughed even more if I’d been reading it rather than listening. This is funny, clever banter.

5. Boyfriend Material by Alexis Hall.

This was also my jam! There’s loads of humour in this and I really enjoyed this read. I absolutely adore a good pairing of opposites.

6. Beach Read by Emily Henry.

I listened to this too and absolutely loved it! Another one where I was trying to laugh quietly when I was listening late at night! This also has a very serious side but the banter is top notch and I’m very much looking forward to Emily Henry’s next novel (which I have a copy of but I’m trying to restrain myself as it’s not out for months!).

7. Act Like It by Lucy Parker.

I love Lucy Parker! I always find her books funny but I have a soft spot for Richard and Lainie. This book has epic re-read value.

8. Alex, Approximately by Jenn Bennett.

Loved this! It made me laugh (and want to watch a lot of old movies) the whole way through it. It’s one of my favourite YA romances.

9. The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang.

This is super funny, I have really enjoyed the Helen Hoang books I’ve read so far. I’m looking forward to the next one!

10. Chocolate Cake For Breakfast by Danielle Hawkins.

This is by a New Zealand author and has one of the funnier meet-cutes I’ve read, between two characters. There’s a lot of humour in this and I love Helen and Mark. Every time I end up talking to someone about this book (hi Marg!) I end up re-reading it! Love it.

Here are just 10 of the books that made me laugh out loud (I’m sure there are plenty more!) but these are some sentimental favourites that I revisit when I can. If you’ve read and loved any of these, let me know!



18 responses to “Top 10 Tuesday 23rd February

  1. Lloyd Russell says:

    You should try Rich Amooi. His romantic comedies are laugh-out-loud funny.

    Sent from my iPhone


  2. The Hating Game was so much fun! I loved it!

  3. Anne Bennett says:

    Beach Read is on my TBR. I am making a list of funny books today. I just realized that I hardly ever read funny books and everything right now seems so serious. Here’s my list.

    • Yes, I agree that sometimes it feels like there’s a run of more serious books and I always try and balance them out with lighter, funny reads. But it can be hard to find a read that’s truly funny to me personally at times, sometimes I find the humour way too over the top. So finding one that works for me is always gold!

  4. Poinsettia says:

    Chocolate Cake for Breakfast sounds like a fun read! Here is my Top Ten Tuesday. Thank you!

  5. Lexlingua says:

    Ooh, I love Act Like It. I’d forgotten all the humor there, and your post just made me want to pick it up again. 🙂 Happy TTT

    ~Top 10 Tuesday Post @Lexlingua

  6. I have read a few of these and have a few of them on my tbr. Here is my post-

  7. stefani says:

    The Hating Game was a good one indeed! I haven’t read the author’s other book tho. Happy reading! My TTT

  8. brookelorren says:

    I loved Alex, Approximately and The Kiss Quotient!

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