ONGOING – Around the year in 52 books 2017

IMG_8487every year there is the “around the year in 52 books” organized by goodreads. this year i decided to participate and i am still enjoying it. my goal is to reach all 52 books.

 

 

1. read a book whose title doesn’t contain the letter “e”
– Jennifer L. Armentrout / Don’t Look Back

2. a book being released as a  movie in 2017
– Nicola Yoon / Everything, Everything

3. a book in the middle of your tbr list
– still to read: J.R.R. Tolkien / The Hobbit

4. a dual-time novel
– Gayle Forman / If I Stay

5. a book based on a myth
– Marissa Meyer / Cinder

6. a collection
– James Joyce / Dubliners

7. a book set in a fictional location
– Brandon Sanderson / Steelheart

8. a time travel novel
– still to read: Diana Gabaldon / Dragonfly in Amber

9. a book with a red cover
– Blake Crough / Dark Matter

10. a recommendation “what should i read next”
– David Arnold / Kids of Appetite

11. an epistoraly fiction
– Amie Kaufman, Jay Kristoff / Illuminae

12. a book with an unreliable narrator
– Stephen King / The Long Walk

13. a book set in the southern hemisphere
– Chris Cleave / The Other Hand

14. a book where one character is royality
– V.E. Schwab / A Darker Shade of Magic

15. a hugo award winner/nominee
– not chosen yet

16. a book from a sub-genre of your favorite genre
– Jenn Bennett / Alex, Approximately

17. A book from the BBC “the big read” list
– Douglas Adams / The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy

18. a book at least written by two authors
– edited by Stephanie Perkins / Summer Days & Summer Nights

19. a continuation of a book you’ve read
– A.R. Torre / Do Not Disturb

20. book written or set in Scandinavia
– Fredrick Backman / A Man Called Ove

21. a mystery
– Harlan Coben / The Stranger

22. a book with illustrations
– Andrew Smith / Winger

23. a really long book
– Paul Auster / 4 3 2 1

24. a book written by a person of color
– Angie Thomas / The Hate You Give

25. a book by your favorite author
– V.E. Schwab / A Gathering of Shadows

26. a book from the goodreads choice awards
– Alexandra Olivia / The Last One

27. a penguin modern classic
– Anne Frank / The Diary of Anne Frank

28. a book from someone else’s bookshelf
– Charles Dickens / Great Expectations

29. an adventure book
– Mark Twain / The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

30. a book with a long title
– Jenny Han / To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

31. a banned book
– Ken Kesey / One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest

32. a historical fiction
– still to read: Khaled Hosseini / Kite Runner

33. a book you meant to read in 2016
– Morgan Matson / Since You’ve Been Gone

34. a book by an author you haven’t read before
– Jane Austen / Pride & Prejudice

35. a book with at least two perspectives
– Paula Hawkins / The Girl on the Train

36. a book from the goodreads top 100 ya books
– Jay Asher / 13 Reasons Why

37. a book with an animal on the cover
– Margaret Atwood / Oryx & Crake

38. a book recommendation by your favorite author
– Suzanne Collins / The Hunger Games

39. a book with a strong female character
– Suzanne Collins / Catching Fire

40. a new york times bestseller
– Jandy Nelson / I’ll Give You The Sun

41. a magical realism novel
– Maria Dhavana Headley / Magonia

42. a best book of the 21st century
– still to read: J.K. Rowling / Harry Potter

43. a book with a chilling atmosphere
– V.E. Schwab / This Savage Song

44. a book with a one word title
– Rainbow Rowell / Fangirl

45. a category from another challenge
– Jane Austen / Persuasion

46. a book you choose randomly
– George Orwell / Animal Farm

47. a book you’ve owned for a while
– Suzanne Collins / Mockingjay

48. a novel inspired by a work of classics
– Lyndsay Faye / Jane Steele

49. non-fiction
– Stephen Hawking / A Brief History of Time

50. a book published outside the 4 majors
– Shaun David Hutchinson / We Are The Ants

51. a book about a famous historical figure
– not chosen yet

52. a book published in 2017
– Kasie West / By Your Side

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