The ABC Book Challenge | Letter ‘A’
I’ve been dying to make a series in the blog, so I was super excited when I found the ABC Book Challenge. I think it’s a very cool concept that will really help me share my thoughts on some of the books I’ve read. However, I’ve noticed that I talk a lot about the same books over and over again. It’s not really that surprising, considering that I tend to be a little intense when I like something… So, I will take this opportunity to talk about books that I don’t mention very often. I think it might be a little hard cause I’m supposed to include memorable titles, but I will really make an effort to change it up a little.
Memorable Titles that start with an “A”
Along for the Ride by Sarah Dessen
Even though this isn’t one of my favorites by Sarah Dessen, it is definitely a good book. As always, I think her stories and her characters are very realistic, and I love to see how they overcome whatever it is they’re going through. One of the things I like the most about this novel is that we go back to the town in which Keeping the Moon takes place. I thought it was very nice that after so many years she decided to go back there with a new story.
Always and Forever, Lara Jean by Jenny Han
I’ve talked quite a bit about To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, so this might be repetitive…
This book is the third and last of the series and it is definitely a sweet and cute story. Honestly, this installment didn’t have much of an impact on me, but I had great time. It was definitely fun and a satisfactory ending to the trilogy.
All Your Perfects by Colleen Hoover
Once again, even though I try not to be repetitive, it just happens. It’s a part of me I guess. However I couldn’t do this list and not include this novel, considering that it is my favorite book of one of my favorite authors. All Your Perfects had me crying the whole entire time, and I’m not exaggerating. I was sobbing throughout this entire book. It was beautiful, heart-wrenching, and horrible all at the same time.
Again, But Better by Christine Riccio
People either love or hate this book. It is written by a book tuber, so I think that automatically entails countless prejudices. I am a fan of Christine’s content, and I was very excited to read her novel. She definitely didn’t disappoint me, and I was very surprised by the turn of events in this book. Granted, I didn’t read the synopsis or any reviews because I wanted to go into it blind, and I know that’s why I enjoyed it so much. Again, But Better was a fun and incredibly relatable coming-of-age story.
Have you guys read any of these? Can you think of any books that start with an ‘A’ that you’ve loved recently?