A- Z Book Challenge

This book challenge is from the blog Shhh…Mommy’s blogging  You read a book starting with the letter of the alphabet then an author starting with the letter of the alphabet.  One book a week.

I will record my list here:

A

A – All Quiet on the Western Front – Erich Maria Remarque

A- Anonymous – The Bride Stripped Bare

B

B – The Bonfire of Berlin – Helga Schneider

B –  R. M. Ballantyne – The Dog Crusoe

C

C – Eoin Colfer – Plugged

C – Crime Scene Cessnock – Robert G. Barrett

D

D – Alexander Dumas – From Absinthe to Zest – An alphabet for food lovers

D- Dear Fatty – Dawn French

E

E – Laura Esquivel – Like Water for Chocolate

E – Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close – Jonathan Safran Foer

F

F- Adam Ford – Not Quite the Man for the Job

F – A Few Right Thinking Men – Sulari Gentill

G

G — The Great Arch – Vicki Hastrich 

G – George Gregan – Halfback, Half Forward 

H

H – Joanne Harris – Blueeyedboy

H –Here at the end of the world we learn to dance – Lloyd Jones

I

I – The Impossible Dead – Ian Rankin

I – Kazuo Ishiguro – Never Let Me Go

J

J – The Jane Austen Book Club – Karen Joy Fowler

J – Tove Jansson – The True Deceiver

K – Sarah Key – The Body in Action

K – Knitting for Good – Betsy Greer

L

L – Lost for Words – Hugh Lunn

L – Gay Lynch – Cleanskin

M

M – Frank Moorhouse – Cold Light

M – Mateship with Birds – Carrie Tiffany

N

N – Jo Nesbo – The Oslo Trilogy

N -Michael Robotham – The Night Ferry

O

O – The Observations – Jane Harris

O – Javascotia – Benjamin Obler

P

P -Neil Philip – Best Loved Poems

P – Peaches for Monsieur le Curé – Joanne Harris

Q

Q – Qui Xiaolong – A Case of Two Cities

Q – Q is for Quarry – Sue Grafton

R

R – Michael Robotham – Bombproof

R – Red Bones – Ann Cleeves

S

S – Seven Deadly Sins : my pursuit of Lance Armstrong– David Walsh

S –

T

T- The Toe Tag Quintet – Matthew Condon

T-

6 thoughts on “A- Z Book Challenge

    • I am enjoying having my reading linked to a challenge. I do have some books of my own that I haven’t read yet so I have set them aside for the letter they are linked to. I have been visiting the library to choose other books which I sometimes select by reviews from reading blogs that I follow. My next book is a poetry book that I used when I was teaching.

      • It’s a good idea, and spurred on by you I’ve started a list of my own. I don’t think I’ll manage to read them all in a year, but it would be nice to do it all the same, however long it takes me. I look forward to reading your next review, were you an English teacher?

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