2015 Pop Sugar Reading Challenge

Check here to see how I’m doing on my Pop Sugar Reading Challenge for 2015!

  1. A book with more than 500 pages:  Patrick Rothfuss, The Wise Man’s Fear
  2. A classic romance:  Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice
  3. A book that became a movie:  Suzanne Collins, Catching Fire
  4. A book published this year:  Mary Jennifer Payne, Since You’ve Been Gone
  5. A book with a number in the title:  Veronica Roth, Four
  6. A book written by someone under 30
  7. A book with nonhuman characters:  Matthew Dicks, Memoirs of an Imaginary Friend
  8. A funny book:  Geoffrey Chaucer, Selected Canterbury Tales
  9. A book by a female author:  Suzanne Collins, Mockingjay
  10. A mystery or thriller:  Ira Levin, Rosemary’s Baby
  11. A book with a one-word title:  Arwen Elys Dayton, Seeker
  12. A book of short stories:  Christina Escamilla, 64 Deaths
  13. A book set in a different country:  Matthew Reilly, The Great Zoo of China
  14. A nonfiction book:  Jane Hawking, Travelling to Infinity
  15. A popular author’s first book:  Henry Fielding, Joseph Andrews
  16. A book from an author you love that you haven’t read yet:  Marissa Meyer, Fairest
  17. A book a friend recommended:  Courtney Summers, All the Rage
  18. A Pulitzer Prize-winning book:  Pearl Buck, The Good Earth
  19. A book based on a true story:  Ben Montgomery, Grandma Gatewood’s Walk
  20. A book at the bottom of your to-read list:  James Joyce, Dubliners & A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
  21. A book your mom loves
  22. A book that scares you:  Sam Sisavath, The Purge of Babylon
  23. A book more than 100 years old:  Homer, The Iliad
  24. A book based entirely on its cover:  Sam Maggs, The Fan Girls Guide to the Galaxy
  25. A book you were supposed to read in school but didn’t:  Henry James, The Turn of the Screw
  26. A memoir:  Marco Previero, Dear Millie
  27. A book you can finish in a day:  Joseph Conrad, Heart of Darkness
  28. A book with antonyms in the title:  Michelle Moran, Rebel Queen
  29. A book set somewhere you’ve always wanted to visit:  Elizabeth Berg, The Dream Lover
  30. A book that came out the year you were born
  31. A book with bad reviews:  Victoria Aveyard, Red Queen
  32. A trilogy:  Marissa Meyer, Cress
  33. A book from your childhood:  Frances Hodgson Burnett, A Little Princess
  34. A book with a love triangle:  Alexandra Bracken, The Darkest Minds
  35. A book set in the future:  Marissa Meyer, Scarlet
  36. A book set in high school:  Thelonious Legend, Sins of the Father
  37. A book with a color in the title:  Anne Bishop, Written in Red
  38. A book that made you cry:  Adam Hochschild, King Leopold’s Ghost
  39. A book with magic:  Rainbow Rowell, Landline
  40. A graphic novel:  Allie Brosh, Hyperbole and a Half
  41. A book by an author you’ve never read before:  Amanda Eyre Ward, The Same Sky
  42. A book you own but have never read
  43. A book that takes place in your hometown:  Bill O’Reilly & Martin Dugard, Killing Kennedy
  44. A book that was originally written in a different language:  Gonzalo Giner, The Horse Healer
  45. A book set during Christmas
  46. A book written by an author with your same initials:  Hilary Mantel, Bring Up the Bodies
  47. A play:  Victor Hugo, Les Miserables
  48. A banned book
  49. A book based on or turned into a TV show:  Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, The Hound of the Baskervilles
  50. A book you started but never finished:  Annie Barrows, The Truth According to Us

Total:  43/50

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