Friday, November 16, 2018

2019 Reading Challenge 52 Books in 52 Weeks

Excited to do this one again!

  1. Published in 2019: The Art of Losing--Lizzy Mason
  2. An Author You've Never Heard of Before: The Improbable Theory of Ana and Zak--Brian Katcher
  3. Book You've Read Before: The Secret Life of Eva Hathaway--Janice Weber
  4. With a Strong Female Lead: Wolfsbane--Andrea Cremer
  5. A Play: A Raisin in the Sun--Lorraine Hansberry
  6. Set in the Southern USA: Bed & Breakfast--Lois Battle
  7. Memoir on Someone You Admire: Just Between Us--Mario Lopez
  8. Set in the Victorian Era: Blameless--Gail Carriger
  9. Character With a Career You Wish You Had: Do This For Me--Eliza Kennedy
  10. A Plant on the Cover: The Holy Forest--Robin Blaser
  11. Published the Year You Graduated School: The Joy Luck Club--Amy Tan
  12. Graphic Novel: A Silent Voice, Volume 1--Yoshitoki Oima
  13. Featuring Music: Astral Weeks--Ryan H. Walsh
  14. An Ugly Cover: Free to Fall--Lauren Miller
  15. Teen as Main Character: Hello, Universe--Erin Entrada Kelly
  16. Retelling of a Well-Known Story: Riches to Rags--Casey L. Bond
  17. Set During a Holiday: Sugar and Spice--Fern Michaels & others
  18. Picked Out for You By Someone Else: The Mysterious Benedict Society--Trenton Lee Stewart
  19. Gothic Fiction Novel: Unearthly--Cynthia Hand
  20. Book About Time Travel: Opposite of Always--Justin A. Reynolds
  21. Title That Starts With the Letter "J": Journey to Topaz--Yoshiki Uchida
  22. Fantasy Novel: Wake--Amanda Hocking
  23. True Crime Novel: Gangsters & Gold Diggers--Jerome Charyn
  24. Self-Published Book: Quicksilver Chronicles--Frances K. Woods
  25. Name of a Color in the Title: Between Shades of Gray--Ruta Sepetys
  26. One-Word Title: Ulysses--James Joyce
  27. Book That Makes You Mad: The Backstagers, Volume 1--James Tynion IV
  28. Discusses Mental Health: Wasted--Marya Hornbacher
  29. Published by HarperCollins: Ask Again Later--Jill A. Davis
  30. Author Who Uses Initials: That Was Then, This is Now--S.E. Hinton
  31. Book That Everyone's Talking About: The Rosie Project--Graeme Simsion
  32. A Western: The Color of Lightning--Paulette Jiles
  33. Book About a Cult: Big Machine--Victor Lavalle
  34. Nominated for (But Didn't Win) the 2018 Goodreads Choice Awards: Josh & Hazel's Guide to Not Dating--Christina Lauren
  35. Sports-Related Book: A Painted House--John Grisham
  36. Humorous Novel: The Diary of a Nobody--George Grossmith
  37. Set in South America: The Neighborhood--Mario Varga Losa
  38. Allegorical Book: Vinegar Girl--Anne Tyler
  39. Military-Related (Fiction or Nonfiction): The Night Watch--Sarah Waters
  40. Character Who is an Immigrant: The Inheritance of Loss--Kiran Desai
  41. Book Suggested by Someone Else in the Challenge: The Magnolia Story--Chip and Joanna Gaines
  42. A Family Member's Favorite Book: Odd and the Frost Giants--Neil Gaiman
  43. Children's Book: Tuck Everlasting--Natalie Babbitt 
  44. Author Who uses a Pseudonym: Antiques Roadkill--Barbara Allan
  45. A "Beach-Read": All That Glitters--Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez
  46. First Book You See in a Bookstore or Library: So B. It--Sarah Weeks
  47. Set in a Country You've Visited  Want to Visit: Paris for One and Other Stories--Jojo Moyes
  48. Set in a Post-Apocalyptic World: V for Vendetta--Alan Moore
  49. A Speed Read: The Gangster We Are Looking For--Le Thi Diem Thuy
  50. A Fairy Tale: The Tale of Genji--Murasaki Shikibu
  51. Book About Organized Crime/the Mob: The Godfather--Mario Puzo
  52. An Audiobook: Educated--Tara Westover
Challenge completed on December 5