Ten Books That Will Make You Laugh
Top Ten Tuesdays are hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, where we make lists of our top ten books (or something else!) based on that week’s prompt. The topics are provided ahead of time and can be found here. Book links bring you to Goodreads or my review.
Today we’re sharing Ten Books That Will Make You Laugh. Have I said lately how much I LOVE my new(ish) Goodreads shelves? (Yes, Lauren, you have.) I have my laughed-out-loud shelf for this very reason. Some books are funny in and of themselves, while others just have a few lines that made me chuckle to myself. Here’s a list for when you’re in the mood to laugh! 🙂
My Lady Jane by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, and Jodi Meadows • I think this book will make it on countless TTTs until everyone I know has it on their TBR. The characters and the narrator were so funny throughout this story. It was amazing.
The Way Back to You by Michelle Andreani and Mindi Scott • I remember loving the banter between the characters in this story! I don’t remember a lot of the reasons I laughed out loud, but I know there were a few moments that got a chuckle out of me.
It’s a Wonderful Death by Sarah J. Schmitt • The main character had some nice sarcasm in this story 😉 Clearly that’s a favorite of mine. The writing was kind of cheesy at times – like some of the humor was a little forced, or something?
The Night We Said Yes by Lauren Gibaldi • This book was amusing in general and I loved the chemistry, but it made this list for the high five jokes. I don’t know why but I STILL laugh out loud any time I think about them. “High five for being in bands?”
Boomerang by Noelle August • Another one that’s heavy on the banter. I loved these characters so much and had a permanent smile on my face during this book. “I laughed my ass off through so much of this book.” – my review
The Distance Between Us by Kasie West • Hey, more sarcastic main characters 😉 Sarcasm and banter and all the flirtiness = perfection for me.
Aspen by Rebekah Crane • This goes down as one of my favorite LOL-worthy books. I loved Aspen, her friends, and her romantic interest. I really need to reread this one at some point. Everything they made jokes about with their band (Beta Particle) was so funny. God I miss these characters.
A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket • I’m knee-deep in an audio reread of this series and am loving it. The humor can be geared towards people of all ages even though it’s a middle grade series. I just love the way “Lemony Snicket” explains things, especially Sunny’s translations.
The Internet is a Playground by David Thorne • I’ll never remember how I came across this man and his online jokes, but jesus. I’ve never laughed so hard at a book in my life. I just spent so much time reading and rereading my favorite passages. So funny.
Stuff White People Like by Christian Lander • This is another one that always makes me laugh. It’s hard to sit and read the whole book all at once because a lot of the items are similar. It can get to be too much. Otherwise, this is a great coffee table book that you could pick up and read a few passages from when you’re in the mood.
I love sarcastic MCs and banter!! I need to check out Boomerang and will add My Lady Jane to my wish list 🙂 Great list!
OMG YES! Do it! Both!!
My Lady Jane is moving up my TBR list! Funny narrators are my faves! 🙂 My TTT
I can’t wait to read My Lady Jane! Great list!
It’s soooo fantastic. Thanks!
I definitely want to try My Lady Jane – it sounds great!
Check out my TTT.
I hope you love it!
I’ve preordered The Way Back To You (as well as Wanderlost and The Lost & Found, thanks to you. My bank account thanks you) so I can’t wait to read it ^_^ I haven’t read The Distance Between Us yet, but I absolutely adored On the Fence so I can’t wait to pick it up. And I absolutely agree about The Internet Is A Playground! It was SO good hahaha. Epic, harmless trolling.
Hahah YAY! I’m so glad. I hope you love all of them. On the Fence was fantastic, but The Distance Between Us remains my favorite!
So happy to see other who know about The Internet is a Playground! Classic.
I absolutely agree about My Lady Jane! I certainly giggled a lot reading this one, and I can’t wait for others to experience that joy (and the humor) too 🙂
A Series of Unfortunate Events was great! I loved the humour in it.