Monday, July 2, 2012

The All Male Review Challenge!

YOUNG ADULT books featuring MALE protagonists or written by MALE authors will count for this challenge. Books with alternating narrators (POVs) also count as long as one of the main characters is male.

I went through my TBR list and gathered up these books. I won't get through them all but I wanted lots of choices as I am a moody reader.

Books By Male Authors

Partials (Partials, #1)   Immortal City (Immortal City #1)   Velveteen (Velveteen, #1)   Forbidden   The Future of Us   Happy Birthday to Me (Birthday Trilogy, #1)   Every Day   The Hunt (The Hunt, #1)
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children (Miss Peregrine #1)   Rot & Ruin (Benny Imura, #1)   I Hunt Killers   My Most Excellent Year: A Novel of Love, Mary Poppins, and Fenway Park

Books With Male Protagonists

What a Boy Needs   Timepiece (Hourglass, #2)   The Syndicate   DoublePushing the Limits   My Heart for Yours   Callum & Harper   Good For You (Between the Lines, #3)
The Replacement   Of Poseidon (Of Poseidon, #1)   Lies Beneath (Lies Beneath #1)   Monument 14 
                                                                                                                          Finished this one!

What books will you read for the challenge? Or what books by male authors or with male POVs can you recommend? Don't forget to check out the challenge and the giveaway hop!


  1. Slammed is actually female POV and the sequel Point of Retreat is male POV. Tammara Webber's Between the Lines Series is alternating male/female POV and is freaking awesome if you need another suggestion ;0)

    1. And Partials by Dan Wells was great! I normally have a harder time with male authors in YA but thoroughly enjoyed this book

    2. I also loved partials, it was a very different book than what I usually read but I couldn't put it down!

    3. Okay great! I have been dying to read Partials! I did read Between the Lines and the sequel but not the third book yet which I know Reid has a POV so I might add that for the challenge. Thanks for the info on Slammed. I was looking everywhere to figure it out and I must have heard that the sequel switches to the male POV and not the first book switches back and forth.

  2. Jennifer! I love, love, love this post! Thank you so much. So many AMRC books to read.


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