ABC Book Challenge πŸ“šπŸ› “B”

I’ve seen this book challenge around for a while now and traced it back to Classy x Book Reviews. It seemed like a fun challenge to do, until I started going through my TBR. I have a fairly sizeable TBR and it is out of control. I have hundreds of books and it seems that nearly half of them are unread.

Having said that, this challenge should be a real eye opener of what I’m going to read or not going to read. I feel a purge coming on.

Most Memorable Books

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  • Beloved by Toni Morrison is quite memorable to me because when I read this in high school, I was confused as HELL.
  • I read Beowulf in a college British Literature class and loved it. I think I was the only one in class rooting for Grendal
  • The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky is memorable because I kept saying, “For the love of ____, get on with it!”

Books Still on My TBR

One day. One day I’ll get to them.🀞

What are some of the most memorable boks you’ve read? And what books are still on your TBR?

2 thoughts on “ABC Book Challenge πŸ“šπŸ› “B”

  1. What a fun challenge! I may have to join you.
    Maybe I should re-read Beloved, as I found it kind of confusing but also really memorable; some scenes still stand out in my mind. I bet I would get it better now…Beowulf I just always love! πŸ™‚

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  2. I’ve read a few books by Umberto Eco and loved them! The Name of the Rose was great and there is nothing like Foucault’s Pendulum (well, The diVinci code stole a lot from it, so sort of like it, but on a much lower level…) and yet I was never able to make it through Baudolino. I don’t know why, it just rubbed me the wrong way. Let me know what you think once you get there!

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