Standalone Challenge '13

To read 15 Young Adult and Middle Grade standalone novels in 2013 that are released in the United States between January 1, 2013 and December 31, 2013. 


-YA/MG standalone novels. This means that the book can not have an announced (sometimes sequels happen unexpectedly) sequel, prequel, follow up, etc. 

-This year companion novels count towards the challenge as well. Companion novels take place in the same world as a novel but usually follows the life of a different character. It can be read independently from the book that came before it. 

-Released between January 1 - December 31, 2013 in the United States. If a book was previously released in another country but is being releasing in the US for the first time, it is eligible. At the same time, if you live in a country where it was previously released, but it is being released in the states for the first time - lucky you- it counts. 

-Must be read in 2013 (If you own an ARC and decide to read it in 2012, it does not count) 

-Can be read in any (legally) readable format: ARC, Paperback, Hardcover or e-book. Audio books do not count toward the challenge. 

Hosted by Hafsah/Iceybooks and Britta/I Like These Books

1. Hysteria by Megan Miranda - Reviewed 2/17/13 *here*
2. Poison by Bridget Zinn - Reviewed 3/10/13 *here*
3. Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell - Reviewed 4/7/13 *here*
4. All I Need by Susane Colasanti - Reviewed 5/20/13 *here*
5. The Summer I Became a Nerd - Reviewed 7/28/13 *here*
6. Life, Love, & Lemons by Magan Vernon - Reviewed 9/26/13 *here*
7. The F-It List by Julie Halpern - Reviewed 12/1/13 *here*
8. The Promise of Amazing by Robin Constatine - Reviewed 12/27/13 *here*

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