I was pondering, trying to find a subject for a post. I looked at my lists of “already read books” and “books I want to read”. There was “The upside of unrequited by Becky Abertalli”. And “How to save a life by Sara Zarr”. A, B, Z… I decided I would go for and A to Z list of books. Here we go!
A – Abertalli, Becky, The upside of unrequited. Didn’t read it yet but it’s on my list and got really good reviews.
B – Bang, Barry Lyga. Two Bs! I loved I hunt killers, this one is on my “To read list”.
C- Calvin, Martine Leavitt. A dip in a schizophrenic mind, funny and serious at the same time.
D- D.J. MacHale, Bobby Pendragon. Still such a great fantasy read!
E- Eric Walters, Flyboy. Historical fiction about WWII from an awesome auth0r.
F-Fault in our stars, John Green. They made a movie out of it… means it’s an awesome story right?!
G- Gentleman’s guide to vice and virtue, Mackenzi Lee. An exciting adventure set in 1700s Europe featuring LGBTQ+ and POC characters!
H-Harry Potter, J.K. Rowling. I know that everyone knows about Harry Potter! It’s still a good reading suggestion.
I- Iturbe, Antonio, The librarian of Auschwitz. Based on a true story, great book about WWII prisoner camps.
J- John Flanagan, The Outcasts. First book of Brotherband chronicles, a tale of vikings that can become addictive.
K- Kid table, Andrea Seigel. Nice story about a crazy extended family. Nostalgia over your cousins guaranteed.
L-Long Walk to Valhalla, Adam Smith. This one is a Graphic Novel about facing your past. I loved it!
M- Murphy, Julie. Dumplin’. It’s a story about body image and dreams. A must read.
N- Nest (the), Kenneth Oppel. An horror story like no others!
O-Oppel, Kenneth. This Dark endeavor. Oppel again… well he’s a great author. This one is about Frankenstein.
P- Prudence Shen, Nothing can possibly go wrong. Really funny graphic novel about a bunch of teens competing against each others and then together against the world.
Q-Quinn, Kate Karyus, Another little piece. It was really hard to find a “Q” one… however it got 3.7 stars on Goodreads and a place in my “To read” list.
R – Ruby, Laura. Bone Gap. Good story that begins in our reality and slips a bit in a mysterious one.
S- Stiefvater, Maggie. Scorpio Races.
T- They both die at the end, Adam Silvera. “This is sooooo good. Just so good!” someone told me.
U- Under the never sky, Veronica Rossi. Post-apocalyptic romance that got good reviews.
V- Vikki Vansickle, Winnowing. Great sci-fi coming of age story.
W- OCDaniel, Wesley King. Such a good read! It gives a good insight at OCD, the author being OCD himself.
X- X, Ilyasah Shabazz. Vivid, fictionalized account of Malcolm X early life.
Y- Young, Moira. Blood read road. It seems like quite a travel in a post-apocalyptic world. On my “To read” list.
Z- Zarr, Sara, How to save a life. Peculiar tale about two teenage girls, a mom and a baby to be born. It’s not clear who saved who but it’s a happy ending.
What would your alphabet of books would be? Let us know!