The ABC Book Challenge | “I”

I’m hoping I will be able to continue posting for this challenge on a more regular basis, even though it’s getting tougher for me to find titles that match – especially because I don’t maintain a huge TBR on Goodreads. But, I am here today with the letter I and I actually have a lot of books to mention. So, let’s get started.


Memorable Books Starting With “I”

Ice Station is the first book by Reilly I ever read and it blew my mind and also made me a huge fan of his. Scarecrow is a broody badass hero and I hope the author continues to write more books in this series.

Emma is not one of my favorite Jane Austen novels but it’s retelling I Could Write A Book was something I thoroughly enjoyed and would recommend to all lovers of Austen.

Amish’s first book and probably the one that launched a whole new genre in Indian publishing, The Immortals of Meluha is a beautiful fictionalized version of Lord Shiva and it’s a definite must read if you love Indian mythology.

A wonderful sports romance starring a very witty and sassy female protagonist, Intercepted is fun and entertaining and I promise you’ll enjoy it a lot.


Books Starting With “I” On My TBR

Another book by Amish on the list, Immortal India is a collection of his speeches and essays which give us a modern take on our ancient Indian culture. I’ve had this book for a long time now, but I’m still not sure when I will read it.

Radio Silence is one of my favorite reads of this year, so I definitely want to catch up on Alice Oseman’s latest I Was Born For This very very soon.

I love the format of Illuminae and the audiobook is awesome, but I don’t read science fiction at all and that’s the only reason I haven’t started this series yet.

I don’t know much about Immoral Code except it’s about a group of teens who decide to hack one of their billionaire father’s accounts for college money and I find the premise quite unique and exciting. I also just happen to have received the eARC, so I’m very excited to read this one probably within the next week.


Are any of these books on your list too? Do share your thoughts and recommendations with me.

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  1. Am I the only one who didn’t like The Immortals of Meluha as much as the other Indian readers have? I found it too bland. I have heard so many good things about Illuminae but I am yet to get a copy! Sigh.

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    1. I definitely loved the first book of Meluha a lot.. the remaining were just fine…
      I don’t have illuminae either… but I do own the audiobook and that’s an excellent narration… Hopefully we both will read it soon… 😊😊

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  2. I can’t believe I still haven’t read Meluha series though I love Indian mythology. I really hope I correct this error soon 😛
    Another book on my TBR from this list is I was Born For THis. I have heard amazing things about it and can’t wait to read it.

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    1. Haha hope you get to read Meluha soon.. it’s a very fascinating read 😊😊😊
      I’ve actually heard mixed reviews about I was born for this .. but I loved Radio Silence by the author, so definitely want to read it too 😊😊😊 hope both of us will love it..

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    1. Maybe you can do this when you find more time 😊😊
      Illuminae audiobook is quite special with a full cast, music, special effects… it’s a lot of fun to read and listen together…

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  3. I’ve recently read Illuminae and absolutely loved it. It’s layout is super different and actually cuts the reading time down considering how big a book it is. Totally recommend 😊

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