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Alphabet Soup Reading Challenge 2018

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Last years attempt at completing the Alphabet Soup Reading Challenge was an absolute fail. I repeated a lot of letters and missed out a hefty amount. You can view last years attempt here. My promise to write a review for each of those books that I read plummeted to its death pretty early on, only managing to write four. Yikes. I’ll try to be better this year but I’m a bit lazy when it comes to reviewing.

My personal goal whilst doing this challenge is to ensure that I read at least 5 of each of the following: Classics, Thrillers, YA Fantasy and Plays.

A recap of the rules

Read one book that has its title starting with a letter of the alphabet. That’s 26 books. A’s and The’s can be dropped from the beginning of titles. The first main word needs to be the letter you are counting, except for Q, X AND Z titles then the word that starts with the challenge letter can be anywhere in the title. Like last year, I have decided to exclude any short stories or pieces of poetry that I read from this challenge.
 

A Court of Frost and Starlight by Sarah J. Maas, read May 2018, rated 3 stars. Review.
Born, Madly by Trisha Wolfe, read February 2018, rated 5 stars.
Children of Ambition by J.J. McAvoy, read January 2018, rated 4 stars.
Dark in Death by J.D. Robb, read February 2018, rated 5 stars.
E
F
G
Hero at the Fall by Alwyn Hamilton, read March 2018, rated 4 stars.
I
J
K
Lying to you by Amanda Reynolds, read May 2018, rated 4 stars.
M
Notes on a Nervous Planet by Matt Haig, read July 2018, rated 4 stars.
O
Pet Sematary by Stephen King, read March 2018, rated 5 stars
Q
Reasons to Stay Alive by Matt Haig, read May 2018, rated 5 stars.
Spiders in the Grove by J.A. Redmerski, read April 2018, rated 3 stars. Review.
Thunderhead by Neal Shusterman, read July 2018, rated 5 stars. Review.
U
V
Woman in the Window, The by A.J. Finn, read April 2018, rated 5 stars
X
You Let Me In By Lucy Clarke, read August 2018, rated 5 stars. Review.
Z

Do you think you can read a book for each letter of the alphabet? Try it out. Create your own blog post or if you don’t own a blog, create a shelf on your goodreads account. 52 weeks. 26 books.

You’ve got this.

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