The ABC Book Challenge|T|☕️

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☕️ I’ll be uploading a post every week sharing with you my most memorable titles and the books that are still on my TBR, corresponding to each letter of the alphabet, this time with the letter “T“.

I don’t know who is the original creator of this challenge, so if you know, please let me know in the comments. Personally I’ve seen this challenge/tag in the blogs of Tiana (The Book Raven) and Jacquie (Rattle the Stars), both are adorable people and their blogs are amazing so, please, check them, you’ll not regret it

Guys, makes me so happy that you still want to continue seeing this challenge and all your support means everything to me, also it’s super fun for me to do it, and a great excuse to talk a little about my favorite books. I love seeing many of you starting with the challenge as well and following you with each letter is great!. So here we are!, getting closer and closer to the end, so let’s start! ☕️

Previous Letters

🌟“A” |🌟“B”|🌟 “C”|🌟 “D”|🌟“E”|🌟“F”|🌟“G”|🌟“H”|🌟“I”|🌟“J”|🌟“K”|🌟“L”|🌟“M”|🌟“N”|🌟“O”|🌟“P”|🌟“R”|🌟“S”

Memorable Titles That Start With “T”


☕️ The Titan’s Curse (Percy Jackson and the Olympians #3) by Rick Riordan : This is the only memorable book of which I’ll talk about to you today, I really love this series, I think you already know what it’s about, so I’ll go on to tell you a little about how I feel about it. I read the first book last year and I really loved it, I had already seen the movies, which I adore, but I had never read the books so I thought it was time to do it. Even so I haven’t finished with the series yet, I think I’ve read only until the 4 one, I have no excuses for it though, I really enjoyed it, especially because it’s all about Greek Mythology, and you already know that I LOVE MYTHOLOGY, especially the Greek one. For me to read about all these myths and deities is incredibly entertaining, so I should continue with the series because I don’t why I’ve stopped in the first place. I’ll put it as a goal for this year to finish this series, and then maybe continue with Rick Riordan’s other books || My Review ||

Books Starting With “T” On My TBR

I will not talk about them individually because we would be here years, but I’m super excited to read them all and I would love to know if you have read any of them, I want to know all your thoughts about it 💕

I hope you guys enjoyed it! I’ll see you next week with the next word

Have you read any of the books I mentioned above? What do you think about them?
I would love to know everything you think about, let me know in the comments below

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29 thoughts on “The ABC Book Challenge|T|☕️

  1. I do enjoy your letter blogs. Okay, here are some of my “Ts.” Have you read any of these?

    “Terms of Endearment” by Larry McMurtry
    “The Adults” by Caroline Hulse
    “The Age of Exodus” by Gavin Scott
    “The Best Kind of People” by Zoe Whithall
    “The Clancys of Queens: A Memoir” by Tara Clancy
    “The Couple Next Door” by Shari Lapena
    “The Distance Home” by Paula Saunders
    “The Devil in the Kitchen: Sex, Pain, Madness and the Making of a Great Chef” by Marco Pierre White
    “The Dining Car” by Eric Peterson
    “The Dream Daughter” by Diane Chamberlain
    “The Exact Nature of Our Wrongs” by Janet Peery
    “The Fall Guy: A Novel” by James Lasdun
    “The Flight Attendant” by Chris Bohjalian
    “The Girl On The Train” by Paula Hawkins
    “The Girls” by Emma Cline
    “The Girls at 17 Swann Street” by Yara Zgheib
    “The Girls in the Picture” by Melanie Benjamin
    “The Guest Room” by Chris Bohjalian
    “The Handmaid’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood
    “The Italian Party” by Christina Lynch
    “The Last Days of Night” by Graham Moore
    “The Last List of Miss Judith Kratt” by Andrea Bobotis
    “The Last Neanderthal” by Claire Cameron
    “The Light of Paris” by Eleanor Brown
    “The Madonna of the Mountains” by Elise Valmorbida
    “The Magdalene Girls” by V.S.Alexander
    “The Mother’s Promise” by Sally Hepworth
    “The New Neighbors” by Simon Lelic
    “The Paragon Hotel” by Lyndsay Faye
    “The Patriots” by Sana Krasikov
    “The Proud Bastards: One Marine’s Journey from Parris Island through the Hell of Vietnam” by E. Michael Helms
    “The Rain Watcher” by Tatiana de Rosnay
    The Reading Woman 2018 Calendar: May
    “The Roanoke Girls” by Amy Engel
    “The Wartime Sisters” by Lynda Cohen Loigman
    “The Second Mrs. Hockaday: A Novel” by Susan Rivers
    “The Sentinel” by Jeffrey Konvitz
    “The Silence: The Legacy of Childhood Trauma” by Junot Díaz
    “The Sleepwalker” by Chris Bohjalian
    “The Summer I Met Jack” by Michelle Gable
    “The Swans of Fifth Avenue” by Melanie Benjamin
    “The Tea Planter’s Wife” by Dinah Jefferies
    “The Vengeance of Mothers (One Thousand White Women)” By Jim Fergus
    “The Wife between Us” by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen
    “The Witchfinder’s Sister” by Beth Underdown

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  2. I loved Throne of Glass and I hope you enjoy it. I still have to read To Kill a Kingdom and Three Dark Crowns, both books are on my shelves and I am planning on reading them this year.

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  3. Three Dark Crowns is really good. I really enjoyed it, I loved the magic system and the unique powers of each sister. It’s a definite must read ❤️

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