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2014 Everything YA Reading Challenge

For rules and details go to Books and Iced Coffee Book Blog


This is basic. Read YA. Review them. List them.
I can do that so count me in!


  1. Glitches - Marissa Meyer (novella)
  2. Cinder - Marissa Meyer
  3. The Queen's Army - Marissa Meyer (novella)
  4. Falling - E. Van Lowe
  5. Secrets in the Attic - V.C. Andrews
  6. The Program - Suzanne Young
  7. Scarlet - Marissa Meyer
  8. The Ocean at the End of the Lane - Neil Gaiman
  9. The Eternity Cure - Julie Kagawa
  10. Cress - Marissa Meyer
  11. Feral - Holly Schindler
  12. Whatever Doesn't Kill You - Elizabeth Wennick
  13. The Forever Song - Julie Kagawa
  14. Gideon Lee - Lisa Orchard
  15. Amy & Roger's Epic Detour - Morgan Matson
  16. Crewel - Gennifer Albin
  17. Beautiful - Amy Reed
  18. The Young Elites - Marie Lu
  19. The Raven Boys - Maggie Stiefvater

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  1. I like this photo. Off to find your quote it Saturday post! I have been very unblogging able lately, with all the holiday magic and woes, but it's a brand new beginning in bloggersville, right!

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    1. Quote It Saturday has been discontinued. In 3 years there just wasn't enough participants to keep it going.

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