Saturday, December 4, 2021

2022 Build Your Library Reading Challenge

Aline Here is on that I have decided to take part in for the first time. It's at Build Your Library.

  1. Story with magic that ISN'T Harry Potter: A Heart So Fierce and Broken--Brigid Kemmerer
  2. Story set in a fantastical world: This Woven Kingdom--Tahereh Mafi
  3. Portal fantasy (where the MC finds themselves in a new and strange world): Silverworld--Diana Abu-Jaber
  4. Story about a real-life adventure: The Wonder Trail--Steve Hely
  5. Story set in space: Ringworld--Larry Niven
  6. Story about a sport or game: Here to Stay--Sara Farizan
  7. Story about a road trip: First Trip--Cheryl Taylor
  8. Story about spies: Code Name Verity--Elizabeth Wein
  9. Story about a heist: Aurora Rising--Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff
  10. Story set at sea: Martin Eden--Jack London
  11. Story set under the sea: A Song Below Water--Bethany C. Morrow
  12. Story set in a place where you have always wanted to visit: The Little Paris Bookshop--Nina George
  13. Book with a map in it: A Vow So Bold and Deadly--Brigid Kemmerer
  14. Story about someone whose life is very different from your own: Sisters in Law--Linda Hirshman
  15. Story about someone with superpowers: When You Trap a Tiger--Tae Keller
  16. Story with the word adventure, journey or quest in the title: Journey Under the Sea--R.A. Montgomery
  17. Story set during a war: Salt to the Sea--Ruta Sepetys
  18. Story with an animal as the protagonist: Unicorn on a Roll--Dana Simpson
  19. Memoir or biography about a fascinating person: Kamala's Way--Dan Morain
  20. Story about a discovery: The Quest for California's Gold--James P. Burger
  21. Book with a sword, dagger or shield on the cover: Guenevere Queen of the Summer Country--Rosalind Miles
  22. Book where someone travels across the world: We Came, We Saw, We Left--Charles Wheelan
  23. Book you would bring with you on a desert island (if you could only bring one book): Voyager--Diana Gabaldon
  24. A new release you're excited about: Caramel Pecan Roll Murder--Joanne Fluke
  25. Story about a circus or carnival: Smoke and Mirrors--K.D. Halbrook
  26. Mystery or thriller: Sleeping With Anemone--Kate Collins
  27. New book by a favorite author: The Homewreckers--Mary Kay Andrews
  28. Book with a suitcase or backpack on the cover: The Fixer Upper--Mary Kay Andrews
  29. Book about camping or summer camp: Lumberjanes: Friendship to the Max--Noelle Stevenson & Grace Ellis
  30. Been adapted int a movie or TV show: Bridgerton: The Duke and I--Julia Quinn
  31. With the word lost in the title: The Lost Apothecary--Sarah Penner
  32. Post-apocalyptic story: Station Eleven--Emily St. John Mandel
  33. Story about a disaster: Hiroshima--John Hersey
  34. Book you have always wanted to read: Out of My Mind--Sharon M. Draper
  35. Story about immigrants: The Wind in My Hair--Masih Alinejad
  36. Genre you don't normally read: The XX Brain--Lisa Mosconi, PhD
  37. Non-fiction about a subject you've never learned about: The Radium Girls--Kate Moore
  38. Book by a debut author: Several People Are Typing--Calvin Kasulke
  39. Book recommended by someone famous: Felix Ever After--Kacen Callender
  40. Book with a beautiful cover: Moloka'i--Alan Brennert

Challenge completed on October 30

1 comment:

Elephant's Child said...

Some great categories there.