book tag, challenge, meme, wrap up

The AtoZ 2019 challenge: completed!

Hello readers!

i finally finished the A to Z reading challenge 2019 organized by Ginger Mom and company!

So let’s take a look of what I’ve read for this challenge, please be aware that some titles may be in Italian, but I wrote the original/translated title too. You can read the synopsys or the review by clicking on the title.

I hope to not offend anyone with this post: it’s just a reminder of what I’ve read and a suggestion for who wants to participate in this challenge, I’m not the kind of person who wants to show and be better than others.

 

A) All that remains, by Sue Black

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B) Bedlam, London and its mad, by Catharine Arnold

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C) A curious beginning, by Deanna Raybourn

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D) Dolly, by Susan Hill

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E) The elsewhere emporium, by Ross MacKenzie

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F) Fairy eyeglasses, by Emily Martha Sorensen

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G) The Gauntlet, by Karuna Riazi

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H) Hunting Prince Dracula, by Kerri Maniscalco

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I) Ink and Bone, by Rachel Caine

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J) Just one damned thing after another, by Jodi Taylor

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K) Karma, by Donna Augustine

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L) Lettere a Theo (Letters to Theo) by Vincent Van Gogh

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M) La moglie del califfo (The wrath & the dawn) by Renèe Ahdieh

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N) The nowhere emporium, by Ross MacKenzie

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O) Old Dark, by Michael La Ronn

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P) Il profumo (Perfume) by Patrick Suskind

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Q) Qualcosa di molto speciale ( A little something different) by Sandy hall

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R) The raven’s tale, by Cat Winters

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S) Il sogno d’argento (The silver dream) by Mallory Reaves

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T) Thornghost, by Tone Almjhell

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U) UnEnchated by Chanda Hahn

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V) Vengeance road by Erin Bowman

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W) When Dimple met Rishi, by Sandhya Menon

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Y) The Yard, by Alex Grecian

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Z) Zombie boy, press start by Val O. Morris

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I didn’t found a book with the letter X, have you some suggestions?

Have you read some of this book?

Tell me in the comments down below!