Reading Challenge

A book…

with more than 500 pages

that’s a classic romance

that became a movie

published this year

with a number in the title

written by someone under 30 years old

with non-human characters

that’s funny

by a female author

A Faint Cold Fear – Karin Slaughter

that’s a mystery or thriller

Indelible – Karin Slaughter

with a one-word title

Kisscut – Karin Slaughter

of short stories

set in a different country

Surfacing – Margaret Atwood

that’s non-fiction

that’s a popular author’s first book

from an author you love that you haven’t read yet

The Travelling Tea Shop – Belinda Jones

that a friend recommended

The Etymologicon – Mark Forsyth

that won the Pulitzer Prize

based on a true story

from the bottom of your ‘to read’ list

your mum loves

that scares you

that’s more than 100 years old

based entirely on its cover

you were supposed to read in school

that’s a memoir

that you can finish in a day

with antonyms in the title

set somewhere you always wanted to visit

that was published the year you were born

with bad reviews

trilogy

from your childhood

with a love triangle

set in the future

set in high school

with a colour in the title

that made you cry

with magic in it

that’s a graphic novel

by an author you’ve never read before

you own but have never read

that takes place in your hometown

originally in a foreign language

set during Christmas

by an author with the same initials as you

that’s a play

that was banned

based on or turned into a TV series

you started but never finished

The Cuckoo’s Calling – Robert Galbraith

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