We’ve been given a free rein for this week’s Top Ten Tuesday (hosted by The Broke and the Bookish) and get to choose our own topics. I am often drawn to books because of their titles and these are some of my favourites from my shelves.
Runner-up goes to The Helmet of Horror (Victor Pelevin) due to the hilarity it triggered in one of my colleagues (if you don’t get it, be assured your mind is pure and innocent).
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