ABC Book Challenge – G

Hello all, we are now 3 months into the year and I’m just over a quarter of the way through the book tag. I’m definitely enjoying finding all these great books to read and reminiscing about books that have since been read. Let’s see what I managed to find in my G list.

Memorable Titles that start with the letter G

The Gift – Cecelia Ahern

This is a very heartwarming read and one I know is reread a lot at Christmas. I would love to reread this but there are so many books I haven’t even managed to get to yet. Who knows maybe this Christmas I will make a bit of room for it.

The Girl on the Train – Paula Hakwins

I saw this book advertised on the London underground and thought lets give it a go. Obviously the book has taken off and is very successful but I’m pleased to say it caught my eye before it became a huge sensation.

Gone Girl – Gillian Flynn

You know when you are reading a book and you gasp in surprise? You reread that paragraph or sentence again just to make sure you’ve read it right? This is that book. There comes a point where you can not believe what you are reading and then the whole tone of the book changes, for the better, Since reading this I have gone on to read Gillian Flynn’s other books and they all have that dark nature about them.

Books on my TBR that start with the letter G

  • A Gathering Storm – Rachel Hore
  • Girl In the Mirror – Cecelia Ahern
  • The Girls – Emma Cline
  • Goodnight Beautiful – Dorothy Koomson

I”m quite surprised by my list as I didn’t think I had that many books to beginning with G, It struck me as one of the letters that wouldn’t be very popular. Looks like I have some catching up to do on my G list.

Which book would you start with?

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