ABC Book Challenge

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THIS POST IS INSPIRED BY THE BOOK CHEWERS’S WEEKLY BLOG LINK-UP 

For someone who’s a self-diagnosed OC sufferer, I am not that neat. I am, after all, leaning more towards the compulsive side of OCD (that’s Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, for those of you who don’t know, but I doubt it!)

Going back, I’m not that neat so when I line up my books on my shelf I usually arrange them by the name of their authors. But making an ABC made up of book titles is interesting so I’ll give it a shot. I’ll list down the first title that comes to mind.

Here goes:

A – A Long Way Down (Nick Hornby)

B – Beauty Queens (Libba Bray)

C – Catching Fire (Suzanne Collins)

D – Divergent (Veronica Roth)

E – Every Day (David Levithan)

F – The Fault in our Stars (John Green)

G – Good Omens (Neil Gaiman & Terry Pratchett)

H – The Hunger Games (Suzanne Collins)

I – The Iliad (Homer)

J – Just Listen (Sarah Dessen)

K – The Knife of Never Letting Go (Patrick Ness)

L –  The Light Between Oceans (M.L. Stedman)

M – Matched (Ally Condie)

N – Number the Stars (Lois Lowry)

O – On The Jellicoe Road (Melina Marchetta)

P – Prodigy (Marie Lu)

Q – ?!

R – The Realm of Possibility (David Levithan)

S – Speak (Laurie Halse Anderson)

T – The Titan’s Curse (Rick Riordan)

U – Unbelievable (Sara Shepard)

V – Veronika Decides to Die (Paulo Coelho)

W – Where’d You Go, Bernadette? (Maria Semple)

X – ?!

Y – ?!

Z – The Zahir (Paulo Coelho)

Phew! That was kind of hard. I had to go through the list of books I borrowed from the library to complete this. Three letters missing, I think that’s good enough.

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4 responses »

  1. Ah, you got Z!! (Lucky, I couldn’t think of a single book to help me out there!) Great list. I love your picks too. 😉 I’ve always wanted to read The Knife of Never Letting Go. I should push it higher on my TBR list (I’ve heard lots of good stuff about it).

    Thanks for joining in our linkup!! We LOVE new linkers! (“Linkers” is totally a word…now. :P)

    • The Knife of Never Letting Go is GREAT! Actually, the whole Chaos Walking series is.
      The Book Chewers is great, by the way. I love all your posts. =) Thank you for the comment, too!

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