Today I’m back with the ABC Book Challenge where I highlight memorable reads and book on my TBR that start with the same letter. Today’s letter is N.
It’s such a fun way to look back on all of the fabulous books I’ve read and to look ahead at books I’d like to read in the future! Let’s see what I have for the letter “N”!
I included links to Goodreads for each book. So, if you’re interested in learning more about a book just click on the picture! 🙂
Memorable Books That Start With N:
Books on My TBR That Start with N:
Have you read any of these? Which memorable books do you know that begin with the letter N? Comment below!
30 thoughts on “The ABC Book Challenge: N”
Nice selection! Also, can’t WAIT to get my hands on the Fable series! Is Namesake as good as Fable or vice versa?
They’re both excellent – The imagery and character development in Fable are strong. But there are some really interesting revelations in Namesake, and a few of the relationships were explored in a lot more detail than Fable, which I loved. If I had to choose, I’d say I liked Fable a tiny bit more than Namesake, but they’re both fantastic – totally worth the read! 🙂
Oh, okay! Sounds awesome! From your description it sounds like I may like Namesake over Fable, but I just can’t wait to read both! Thanks for answering, Julie.
Any time! I can’t wait to see hear what you think of them! 🙂
I just got the ARC for Namesake – I hope it’s going to be FANTASTIC 😀
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Ooooh, I’m excited for you! Can’t wait to hear what you think!!! 🙂
I really liked Night and it is very appropriate with today being National Holocaust Day. I recently enjoyed New Beginnings at Hedgehog Hollow. The Nothing Man was another that I liked.
Night is such a powerful and profound story. I feel like it’s one of those books that everyone should read.
New Beginnings at Hedgehog Hollow sounds so charming! I definitely want to check that one out. 🙂
I agree, Night should be read in History and Citizenship classes in all high schools.
Namesake stands out for me- great list!
Thanks so much! Namesake is great!
Read none of those. I am struggling to think of a N book
Northern Lights by Nora Roberts is excellent!
Right! I lobe Nora Roberts, and this is one of her best.
I haven’t read any of these but I really want to read Namesake (and Fable)!!
Oh my gosh, yes! Such a great duology! I hope you get to read it soon! 🙂
I need to read my ARC of Namesake asap!! Was it just as good as Fable?! Also, love this post!
Different from Fable, but really good. I think I like Fable a little bit more than Namesake, but it was still great. A lot of action, more focus on the romance and a couple of other relationships.
Okay, I mean.. it’s always so hard to beat a phenomenal first book!! I am looking forward to it!
Night by Elie Wiesel is very high on my TBR list! And you intrigued me with Native Son 😉
Both are such powerful stories.
OOOHHHH NIGHT PLEASURES <333333 I agree 💜
Such a good book & series!!
Absolutely! One of my favorite re-reads 💛
I’ve not read any of these but I am really looking forward to starting the Fable books because I’ve heard such good things about them.
It’s so good! I hope you enjoy it when you get to it! 🙂
Ah I need, need to pick up one of Jhumpa Lahiri’s books soon! 🥺
The cover for Never Seduce a Scot is 😍
The Namesake is the only book I’ve read by Lahiri, but I really enjoyed it.
I love that Maya Banks cover too – super swoon-worthy! 🙂
I hope to give Namesake a try soon! Yes it is! 😍