☕️ I’ve been looking for something new and fun to bring to the blog and I’ve seen this challenge everywhere so it really catches my attention, and I’m more than happy and excited to start with this “ABC book challenge”.
I’ll be uploading a post every week sharing with you my most memorable titles and the books that are still on my TBR, corresponding to each letter of the alphabet, this time with the letter “H“.
I don’t know who is the original creator of this challenge, so if you know, please let me know in the comments. Personally I’ve seen this challenge/tag in the blogs of Tiana (The Book Raven) and Jacquie (Rattle the Stars), both are adorable people and their blogs are amazing so, please, check them, you’ll not regret it
I really hope you enjoy this post series a lot, it’s long so I hope to do my best and my goal with it is that we can all share our thoughts about the books that I’ll show you and as always, have a lot of fun.
Without more further ado, let’s start! ☕️
Memorable Titles That Start With “H”
☕️ Hopeless (Hopeless #1) by Colleen Hoover : I LOVE this book and whenever I think about it I feel so many things, even though I read it many years ago. For you to get an idea I read Hopeless 4 or 5 times, I think it’s an extraordinary work of Colleen Hoover, it’s the first book that I’ve classify as a favorite and it will always have that special place in my heart. The story is super deep and although it starts quite lightly it becomes increasingly more and more dark as progresses, although it’s obvious that it focuses on a particular story, has several others happening around and in the end they all fit perfectly. It’s really hard to read, due to the sensitive issues that it touches, like abuse and suicide, but I can’t help but recommend it, it’s an job.
☕️ The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas : I think you all know how amazing this book is and what it means and that’s exactly why I put it here. If you haven’t read it yet, you should, it’s a book that shows you a very hard reality to which the main character must face. Starr presence the unfair death of his friend under the hand of a police man and from here the story takes shape. It’s all about the black community, about its rights and how society is shaped in such a rasist way. I think it’s a very important book and it leaves you a great teaching after reading it (BOOK REVIEW)
☕️ Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (Harry Potter #1) by J.K. Rowling : I don’t think this one needs an explanation, right?💕
Books Starting With “H” On My TBR
I will not talk about them individually because we would be here years, but I’m super excited to read them all and I would love to know if you have read any of them, I want to know all your thoughts about it 💕