Time for a bit of a scavenger hunt throughout the month. This week we’re looking for keys. I must say I’m much more partial to locks, but I don’t suppose those would be any easier to find. My shelves don’t have many keys on them, but here are five found that do:
Top 5 Tuesday is hosted by Meeghan Reads
The Starless Sea
by Erin Morgenstern
This novel has five keys laid about the cover.
Locke & Key
by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez
With a key as the focus of the cover, the title font is also designed to look like a key.
by Kristin Cashore
Part of the Graceling Realm series, Bitterblue has three keys on the cover.
Draw the Lightning Down
by Michael Brian Shiffer
With his metal key on his kite string, Benjamin Franklin set out to catch some lightning.
by Vaishnavi Patel
This one’s probably cheating, but the word ‘key’ is within the title so… that means it has a key on the cover.
Is using Kaikeyi cheating?
One thought on “Top Five Books with Keys”
I think Kaikeyi counts! I have been wanting to read that one.
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