Everything should be done on this thread - your questions, your plans, your progress. Happy reading! I'm going to use the letter "h" H ush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick :. Love This Challenge! I'm In! A pollyon. Apollyon by Jennifer L. Armentrout B reak. Breaking Point by Kristen Simmons C rash. Shades of Earth by Beth Revis F ragments. Fragments by Dan Wells G irl. Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell H orde.
Horde by Ann Aguirre I mmortal. Immortal City by Scott Speer J ennifer. The Runaway King by Jennifer A. Nielsen L egend. Champion by Marie Lu M arie. Prodigy by Marie Lu N ight. Obsession by Jennifer L. Armentrout P ivot. Pivot Point by Kasie West Q uarantine. Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater T o. Unbreakable by Elizabeth Norris V ictoria.
The Liberator by Victoria Scott W interling.
Summerkin by Sarah Prineas le X. The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey Z inn. Poison by Bridget Zinn Finished o5. I'm in :.
Count me in!!! The Chronicles of Fire and Ice- L. Tales of Aradia the Last Witch- L. Tried last year and didn't make it quite through ready to tackle it again this year. I'm in Just a quick question as this is my first time doing this challenge - can you have the letters correspond to titles and authors, or does it have to be by all authors or all titles.
I hope this makes sense :].
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I'm in: A. The Forsaken by Lisa M.
Hidden by Shalini Boland I. Requiem by Lauren Oliver R. Weavers by Kate Avery Ellison X. Onyx by Jennifer L. Armentrout Y. The program by Suzanne Young Z. M Hargrove - C.
Armentrout P: Personal Effects - E. M Kokie Q: Quiver - S. Caroline wrote: "Just a quick question as this is my first time doing this challenge - can you have the letters correspond to titles and authors, or does it have to be by all authors or all titles You can have a mix of both titles and authors or do one or the other.
The choice is up to you. I'm Totally in! I am so there on this one. And yeah I think I can get this done during time on the stationary bike.
Oh and I'm Mike first time I've posted for anything here. Should be fun. And we can read the alphabet in any order correct? Kim wrote: "Caroline wrote: "Just a quick question as this is my first time doing this challenge - can you have the letters correspond to titles and authors, or does it have to be by all authors or all titles I'm in! I like this, Im definitely doing this!!!
I'll think I'll give this a try this year! Michael said " Oh and I'm Mike first time I've posted for anything here. You can totally read out of order. Half of my list hasn't even been published yet!
I just managed to finish this for , so I'll give it another go this year. Whew, hopefully I made my list correctly. Alia has made a deal with the Sea Witch: to give up her life as a mermaid. But her wish has grave consequences…. On the island, memories are policed. But what if you stop forgetting? Clever, atmospheric and entrancing. And at its heart is Ponden Hall…. In a world divided, it falls to Reed to make sense of the battle between the sorcerers….
Practical and brightly written, this book provides a seven-step plan to help anyone boost the effectiveness of their communications. It is easy to follow and contains great advice for everyone. The case could be made for Deborah Levy as the most inventive of English novelists. This superlative new novel about new and old Europe shows exactly why she is so revered.
A blitz of summer reading here, introducing the best that July has to offer. A Nearly Normal Family M. Edvardsson Macmillan UK Edition. A truly unsettling and brilliantly propulsive narrative, this domestic mystery has at its heart a daughter accused of murder. Did she do it? Or are things more complicated than that? Described as the nonfiction debut of the year, this exceptional work takes the stories of three women to examine the world in which we live now. A stunning, unforgettable achievement. This is a thriller of peerless quality. This epic story of two families in post-war America is a bravura work of emotional resonance.
As lives unfold over decades, we are witness to history, both personal and political.
This high-stakes game of murder and deception is impossible to put down. But then tragedy strikes, and everything changes for Augusta…. Everyone knows the Grayson sisters are trouble. But no one knew how much…. Set in the aftermath of the Vogue ball scene in New York, this bewitchingly, ferociously brilliant novel traces the lives of men who became mothers to a generation of lost children. An uncompromising classic. Tabby Brown loves books, but cares little for parties. A lady detective who ran her own agency, she had as many secrets as she had cases.
This biography tells her story, and what a story it is!