Monday, October 6, 2014

Recap: My September YA/NA Challenge

My goal for September was to read ALL the YA/NA novels…well maybe not ALL, but a huge chunk. That's why I started my September YA/NA Challenge. 

If you read my Project Read All The Books: September Recap you’ll know that the month of September kicked my butt. I was out a town a good deal and felt mucky pretty much for the whole month. I went to the Dr. on Friday and she did some blood work. Though I don’t know the results yet, she was confident that a month long round of B12 shots, plus some other lifestyle changes would have me fit as a fiddle in no time. …which means THEN I can read ALL the books. ;)

Though I didn’t get make as much progress on my YA/NA Challenge as I would have liked, I did read some good books. I ended up factoring in some middle grade into the challenge as well.

This challenge was suppose to be only for the month of September. I started it to counter my Summer-filled months of romance. I found that I really enjoyed getting back into reading YA after 3 straight months of smut.

What are some new Middle Grade/ YA/ NA books that you have recently read?

Here is a recap of what I read in September….

Middle Grade:
                Counting by 7’s by Holly Goldberg Sloan – 4 Stars
                Sisters by Raina Telgemeier – 3 Stars
                Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson – 4 Stars

Young Adult:
                The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkoski – 5 Stars
                Isla and the Happily Ever After by Stephanie Perkins – 4 Stars
                We Were Liars by E. Lockhart – 4.5 Stars
                Legend by Marie Lu – 4 Stars

New Adult:
                Finding It by Cora Carmack – 4 Stars
                One More Chance by Abbi Glines – 1 Star




1 comments:

Sam Kozbial said...

We Are Liars = Mind Blown. So emotional, so shocking. It twisted me up in the best way possible.

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