TTT: Ten Books That Will Make You Laugh (or at least chuckle)

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly bookish meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. You can find it more informationΒ here.

This week’s topic is books that made me laugh. I have a soft spot in my heart that is dedicated to read humorous and funny books. Without further ado, here are ten books that made me laugh and hopefully will make you chuckle as well.

1.DON’T GET CAUGHT by Kurt Dinan

2. MY KIND OF CRAZY by Robin Reul

3. THE LIFEBOAT CLIQUE by Kathy Parks

4. DREAMOLOGY by Lucy Keating

5. DUMPLIN’ by Julie Murphy

6. THE NEW GUY by Amy Spalding

7. THE PRINCESS DIARIES by Meg Cabot

8. A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS by Lemony Snicket

9.Β TO ALL THE BOYS I’VE LOVED BEFOREΒ by Jenny Han

10. ANGELFALL by Susan Ee

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Have you read any of these books? Do you like reading funny books or more serious ones? What books made you laugh recently?

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32 thoughts on “TTT: Ten Books That Will Make You Laugh (or at least chuckle)

  1. Angelfall definitely made me chuckle at times. Penryn’s “bird with an attitude” remark never fails to make me laugh. I’ve not read any of the other books on the list but I’ll be sure to keep my eye on them. πŸ˜€

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  2. Great choices! The Princess Diaries made it to my TTT too, just because Meg Cabot is just a queen and puts her characters through some really funny, really embarrassing moments. I’m overdue for a reread of that whole series tbh. πŸ˜›

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  3. Ali! I love this list. I will admit, I haven’t read most of the books – but some are on my TBR (Dumplin’ especially) and some I will be adding soon! Angelfall (and World After) made me lol. Haven’t read End Of Days yet, but I will be soon!

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  4. Awesome list! You can never have enough books with humour IMO in fact we need more of them! Don’t get me wrong I love the deep, emotional stories but I think most novels need a little humour if that, just to balance out the emotionally draining parts of a book.

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