10 Best Books with Pun Titles | TheReviewGeek Recommends

Puns have a unique way of adding humour and wit to a title, making it catchy and memorable. If you’re looking for the best pun titled books, we’ve got you covered! Here are our 10 favourite pun-derful books you should add to your collection!

Some Kind of Blunderful by Livy Hart

Some Kind of Blunderful by Livy Hart is an entertaining tale that follows the hilarious misadventures of its characters. In this light-hearted story, we’re introduced to a cast of bumbling individuals who seem to attract disaster at every turn.

Whether it’s awkward situations or making poor decisions, their antics will leave you in stitches. The plot unfolds with a decent balance of humour and heart, showcasing the power of friendship and how absurd life can be.

Every Witch Way Series by K.E. O’Connor

The Every Witch Way book series takes readers on a whimsical journey through a world where witches and cats collide. Honestly, it can’t get better than that, right?

The story follows our protagonist as she navigates a series of misadventures, whilst also showcasing the bond between humans and our feline companions.

Bored of the Rings by The Harvard Lampoon

Bored of the Rings is a brilliant parody that (unsurprisingly) twists J.R.R. Tolkien’s epic fantasy into an absurdist romp. There’s plenty of clever wordplay and absurd situations packed into this book that Lord of the Rings fans should enjoy.

The story captures the essence of Tolkien’s epic original while also adding a unique twist that we’re not about to spoil here!

What’s a Ghoul to Do? by Victoria Laurie

‘What’s a Ghoul to Do?’ will take you on a crazy journey into the supernatural. The story follows a ghoul named M.J. Holliday, who possesses the ability to communicate with the dead.

As a paranormal investigator, she heads off on a series of spine-chilling adventures to help solve mysterious cases. From haunted houses to eerie graveyards, the book’s plot unfolds with suspense and excitement.

Some Like It Shot by Zara Keane

Some Like It Shot by Zara Keane is a book filled with mystery and romance. The story centres around a photographer called April O’Flynn, who becomes mixed up with trouble when she discovers a dead body.

As she investigates the crime, April finds herself caught in a race against time to uncover the truth – and protect herself from the looming threat.

Let’s Get Quizzical by Kelly Ohlert

Let’s Get Quizzical is the perfect book for fans of Lyssa Kay Adams. Kelly Ohlert’s book immerses readers in a story centered around a lively trivia game show.

The book follows Charlotte, who finds herself caught up in a whirlwind of excitement as she competes at a local trivia competition. The only trouble is, Eli, her high school first love that broke her heart, is also competing. We won’t spoil the plot here but it’s definitely worth checking out!

Grave Message by Mary Jennifer Payne

Grave Message takes readers on a haunting journey through the supernatural. The story revolves around Jaylin, a teenager with the ability to communicate with spirits. The one reaching out to her happens to be her best friend, Fatima, who passed away a year prior after a terrible traffic accident.

Fatima’s true intention here is to get Jaylin to set the record straight around the circumstances of her death. Is she strong enough to relive losing her best friend again?

Better Hate than Never by Chloe Liese

Better Hate than Never by Chloe Liese presents a captivating story filled with intense emotions and unexpected connections. It’s your classic childhood enemies discovering the line between love and loathing, in a story that reimagines Shakespeare’s The Turning of the Shrew.

Our two protagonists are Katerina Wilmot and Christopher Petruchio and after a series of mishaps and misunderstandings, engage in a kiss that changes everything for them.

Something Whiskered This Way Comes by Eryn Scott

Something Whiskered This Way Comes brings readers into a charming story set in a small town. Specifically, we follow Louise Henry who can’t help but be susipicious when a traveling carnival rolls into town in early October.

When she discovers a woman walking into a mirror maze and doesn’t come out, she knows there’s something sinister going on here… 

Monet Talks by Tamar Myers

Monet Talks by Tamar Myers offers readers a captivating story that blends mystery and romance. The book follows the life of Abigail Timberlake, a quirky and independent woman who finds herself caught up in a perplexing puzzle.

When she finds a stuffed starling resting on its usual perch with a ransom note demanding a real Monet painting, in exchange for her pet, things take a drastic turn.

So there we have it! Our list of books with pun titles. Have you read any of these? Which are your favourites? Let us know in the comments below.

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