Book Titles with “Girl” I Read

Hi Everyone,

How are you? Spring is coming and I’m getting excited for it. I like seeing little flowers sprouting from all the winter’s naked trees. Today, I decided to compile a list of books that I read and reviewed on my blog with “girl” on the title. I am smiling that there are so many! 🙂 A whopping 18 books!! Follow the links if you are interested in reading my reviews. I have them in the order of the books I read and reviewed from oldest to most recent.

Check out my other fun posts:
Book Titles with “WIFE” I Read
Book Titles with “Girl” I Read
Dogs on the Book Cover I Read
YA Debut I Read – Part 1
YA Debut I Read – Part 2
YA Debut I Read – Part 3
Thriller Debut I Read

1. Rain Girl – I rated it 4.5 stars!

2. Girls Night Out – I rated it 5 stars!

3. Fangirl – I rated it 4 stars!

4. The Girl on the Train – I rated it 5 stars!

5. Gone Girl – I rated it 4 stars!

6. Throw Away Girls – I rated it 4 stars!

7. Girl Online – I rated it 5 stars!

8. Honey Girl – I rated it 5 stars!

9. The Crane Girl – I rated it 5 stars!

10. Such a Good Girl – I rated it 4.5 stars!

11. Sashi and the Puppy Mill Girl – I rated it 5 stars!

12. Local Girl Missing – I rated it 5 stars!

13. Girl in Snow – I rated it 4 stars!

14. Girls Made of Snow and Glass – I rated it 5 stars!

15. The Broken Girls – I rated it 5 stars!

16. The Hanging Girl – I rated it 5 stars!

17. The French Girl – I rated it 4 stars!

18. Two Girls Down – I rated it 4 stars!

Have you noticed the trend? What books have you read the most of? such as title in this case, or themes. Do share in the comment below or make a post and link me.

xoxo,
Jasmine

29 thoughts on “Book Titles with “Girl” I Read

  1. Jeanne says:

    Well, of course I’ve read more books featuring the concept and the word “necromancy” than anything else, lately.
    I think “Fangirl” is the best use of the word “girl” on your list. I hate it when people think it’s okay to call grown women “girls,” especially with regard to size (of the woman or the limited clothing offered for sale to her, as in the “big girl’s section”).

    Liked by 1 person

      • Jeanne says:

        I definitely do not believe it works. My interest in reading about it was spurred by a joke, which led to my blog title. After years of joking about how “necromancy never pays” is a truth we learn from literature, I started making a list of all the necromancy I’ve read about (the list is on my blog) and now I’m writing a paper about it for an academic conference.

        Liked by 1 person

Your comments makes me smile, please leave some! :-)

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.