2017 Challenges

 

Full House Challenge 2017 final
Full House Challenge 2017 gridNon-fiction:  The Lost City of the Monkey God: A True Story  by: Douglas Preston
More than 500 pages:  Doctor Sleep  by: Stephen King (531 pages)
Page turner:
Middle grade book:
2017 published:
Published pre-2000:  Something Wicked This Way Comes  by: Ray Bradbury (pub. 1962)
UK/European author:
Back list book from favorite author:
Book from a list:
Award winner:
Size word in title:
Two worded title:
Debut book:
Food on cover or in title:
Cozy mystery:
Book from childhood:
Diversity book:
Australian/NZ author:
Western:
USA/Canadian author:
Not really for you:
Attractive cover:
Borrowed:
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Read one book from each category and don’t overlap categories.
A number in numbers:  The Woman in Cabin 10  by: Ruth Ware
A building:  The Charmed Children of Rookskill Castle  by: Janet Fox
A title that has an X:  Oryx & Crake  by: Margaret Atwood
A compass direction:  Call the Midwife: Farewell to the East End  by: Jennifer Worth
An item of cutlery:
A title in which two words share the same first letter:  Red Rising  by: Pierce Brown
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Read one book per month that fits in with the assigned motifs.
January: Diversify your reading:  Under a Painted Sky  by: Stacey Lee
February: Undercover thriller:  I Shall be Near to You  by: Erin Lindsay McCabe
March: Time traveler:
April: Award winners:  Nevernight  by: Jay Kristoff  (New York Times bestselling author, many other awards)
May: Book to movie or audio:  American Gods  by: Neil Gaiman  (book to TV series)
June: Destination unknown:  Armada  by: Ernest Cline  (journey to outer space)
July: Believe the unbelievable:  A Darker Shade of Magic  by: V.E. Schwab  (fantasy)
August: Seasons, elements, & weather:
September: Creepy, chilling, & frightful:  Something Wicked This Way Comes  by: Ray Bradbury
October: Games, challenges, & contests:
November: Last chance:
December: Picking favorites:
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