Tuesday, March 10, 2015

TTT: Books for Readers Who Like Banter


This week's topic: Books for Readers Who Like________ (I chose banter because banter is the most fun to read.)










 

Do you enjoy good banter? What are some of your favorite books with banter?



13 comments:

  1. Oh yes! Good banter in books is some of the best. Sadly, I can't think of any examples right off the bat. That's probably a bad sign...

    Aidyl's TTT

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    1. Haha! Well, if you think of some, you can always come tell me. :)

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  2. Banter can be such fun to read. The only one I can think of is Poison, but I'm sure I've read more. I think I'm on my own today, I picked Animal Stories.

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    1. I like the diversity in today's lists. So much fun!

      I still haven't read Poison. I need to do that.

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  3. Great pick for a topic! I love great banter, especially in a mystery. Lisa Lutz's SPELLMAN books are great for this.

    Nicole Galland's I, IAGO (a retelling of Othello) has great banter as well.

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    1. Adding these to my TBR right now!!! Thanks.

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  4. I like your TTT topic this week! Nice list of books for this week's TTT post!! Here's a link to my TTT post for this week: http://captivatedreader.blogspot.com/2015/03/top-ten-tuesday-ten-books-for-readers.html

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  5. I feel like Lois McMaster Bujold does banter well, though not often.

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    1. To my shame I STILL haven't read any of those books yet. THEY ARE ON MY LIST I PROMISE.

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  6. The majestic Queen of Banter: Jane Austen in "Pride and Prejudice".

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    1. Yes! I didn't even think to include Pride and Prejudice because that's a given for me. If you like banter, how could you NOT have read P&P??? :) Pride and Prejudice basically formed all of my likes and expectations for romance within a novel.

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  7. I loved Party Lines SO much. My favorite of the series for sure and the banter was a huge reason why.

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    1. Yes, it does have excellent banter. It's my favorite too though I really love Liam so Private Politics is a close second.

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