I absolutely love the idea behind this challenge and I can’t remember where I saw this and don’t know who started this. If anyone knows can they pass the information on to me, please? Each week I’ll be posting another letter of the alphabet. So, be prepared for lots of posts in this series!
Memorable reads beginning with A:
Alice – Christina Henry
I thought this was a weird book and I borrowed it off a friend. Unfortunately for said friend I still have the book as eve not seen each other since we got finished from our job but she has my Ant-Man DVD so lets call it square.
This book was definately memorable cosidering Alice is in a facility due to people think shes suffering from mental health issues. As weird as that sounds Hatcher is one that I could never understand.
As weird as it was I still managed to give it ⭐⭐⭐.
A Date for Hannah – Callie Henry
I thought this book was really cute and a very easy read. This is about a girl who is turning up for her sisters wedding without a date but meets someone at the wedding who doesn’t care that shes on the bigger side and Hannah is extremely self concious of this.
As a girl who is a carrying a little extra weight I could put myself in Hannahs shoes and could understand where she was coming from.
Liam is such a nice character, he doesn’t think he needs to be a dick in order to get the girl which I think is nice. Guys aren’t always dicks to nice girls.
Alligent – Veronica Roth
I read all of the Divergent series and I’ll be honest this book was memorable for the wrong reasons. I hated how this series ended after such promise at the start.
When I started getting near the ending I started getting more and more annoyed with this series. I really was hoping that this story was to go another way. I’m no writer but it’s now how I would have ended it.
I was also disappointed by how the films turned out and I think the actors were too as they never actually got around to making a film based on this book.
All American Girl – Meg Cabot
I read this while I was stil in school and still sleeping at my grandparents house on a Friday. I remember as my grandad made me tell him what it was about so he knew I was paying attention to it, it was something he did to my nanna sometimes.
It’s not so much the story I remember but the memories around it. I vagely remember her being in art classes and picturing something that was nothing like my art room which doubled as my form room for that year, I also remember that she saved the president but I can’t remember how she did it or much else.
Like I said its more memorable from what happened at the time with my Grandad rather than the book itself. Baring in mind I was around 14 at the time, and I’m 31 this year.