The ABC Book Challenge: E

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Hi everyone. Wow it’s been a long time since we looked at the letter D for this challenge. Nevertheless, these posts will be back either weekly or fortnightly. They are a great little filler on the blog and also fun to look at. I also love hearing all of your feedback on books you’ve read/have on your tbr with this letter. So let’s crack on with letter ‘E’.

The idea is to work your way through the alphabet each week and share some of the books beginning which each letter that are memorable to you and also those which are still on your TBR. I’ll be ignoring words such as ‘The’ and ‘A’ at the beginning of titles. I’ve linked to Goodreads pages under the images and to my own reviews in the text if you want to check out more about these books.

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Memorable books beginning with ‘E’

 

Eleanor & Park | Everless | Editing Emma | The Explorer | The Extinction Trials | The Exact Opposite of Okay

So many great books begin with ‘E’. Editing Emma and The Exact Opposite of Okay are the exact kind of YA contemporary that I adore. They are outrageously funny and their leading ladies are full of sass. The Extinction Trials is a wonderful series (third book out this year) which is often referred to as The Hunger Games meets Jurassic Park and it really is that good. Everless I don’t really remember now but I know I really enjoyed it at the time and I’m looking forward to the sequel. The Explorer is an enchanting, charming children’s book. I desperately need to reread Eleanor & Park this year because it has been SO long since I last read it.

Books on my TBR beginning with ‘E’

 

Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine | Enchantee | Everything Everything

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Have you read any of the ‘E’ books on my TBR? Which do you most recommend?

What is your favourite book beginning with ‘E’?


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5 responses to “The ABC Book Challenge: E

  1. I loved Eleanor & Park and still have to read the other titles on your ‘read’ list… As for the other titles: I can highly recommend both Eleanor Oliphant and Everything,Everything. I loved both. ❤

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