30-Day Book Challenge: Day 21 – Your First Novel

Day 21: The first novel you remember reading.

Oh man, this was sooo long ago, and even then, I’m not sure if it was my first novel. But, either way, the earliest one I can remember is Welcome to Dead House (Goosebumps #1) by R.L. Stine. I was in the fourth or fifth grade of primary school.

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6 thoughts on “30-Day Book Challenge: Day 21 – Your First Novel

  1. Wow, remembering your first novel, that’s a hard task. Mine might have been some book by Astrid Lindgren. It might also be The Wind on the Moon by Eric Linklater. At least that is the book that made the biggest impact on me when I was around 10. I’ve read it several times. But I read incredibly much at that age.

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  2. I don’t actually read a whole lot, but I remember my first ever novel was a choose-your-own-adventure Goosebumps book and I thought that’s how all books worked and was confused the next time I read one. I think the next phase was the American Chillers series

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