2015 Popsugar Reading Challenge

Popsugar’s Ultimate Reading Challenge.

TOPICS
1. A book with more than 500 pages – Ashley Bell by Dean Koontz star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578
2. A Classic Romance – The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578
3. A Book That Became A Movie – Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578
4. A Book Published This Year – Too Many White Men by J.G. Alt star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578
5. A Book With A Number In The Title – 1st to Die (Women’s Murder Club #1) by James Patterson
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6. A Book Written By Someone Under 30 – Welcome to the Real World by Lauren Berger star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578
7. A Book With Nonhuman Characters – Guilty Pleasures (Anita Blake #1) by Laurell K Hamilton star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578
8. A Funny Book – Bossypants by Tina Fey star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578
9. A Book By A Female Author – Better Than Before by Gretchen Rubin star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597
10. A Mystery Or Thriller – Every Dead Thing by John Connolly star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578
11. A Book With A One-Word Title – Endangered (Joe Pickett, #15) by C.J. Box star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597
12. A Book Of Short Stories – The Box: Uncanny Stories, by Richard Matheson star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578
13. A Book Set In A Different Country – Private London (Private #2) by James Patterson star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578
14. A Nonfiction Book – A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578
15. A Popular Author’s First Book – The Black Echo (Harry Bosch #1) by Michael Connelly star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578
16. A Book From Your Favorite Author That You Haven’t Read Yet – By the Light of the Moon by Dead Koontz
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17. A Book A Friend Recommended – The Nine: Inside the Secret World of the Supreme Court by Jeffrey Toobin star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578
18. A Pulitzer-Prize Winning Book – The Orphan Master’s Son by Adam Johnson star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578
19. A Book Based On A True Story – The Onion Field by Joseph Wambaugh star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578
20. A Book At The Bottom Of Your To Read List – Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578
21. A Book Your Mom Loves – Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578
22. A Book That Scares You – The Lost World (Jurassic Park #2) by Michael Crichton star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578
23. A Book More Than 100 Years Old – Grimm Fairy Tales by the Brothers Grimm star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578
24. A Book Based Entirely On Its Cover – Movie Game by Michael Ebner star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578
25. A Book You Were Supposed To Read In School But Didn’t – To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578
26. A Memoir – This is My Body by Ragan Sutterfield
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27. A Book You Can Finish In A Day – Dead List by Helen Durrant star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578
28. A Book With Antonyms In The Title – Just Babies: The Origins of Good and Evil by Paul Bloom star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578
29. A Book Set Somewhere You’ve Always Wanted To Visit –The Quality of Silence by Rosamund Lupton
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30. A Book That Came Out The Year You Were Born – Jurassic Park (Jurassic Park, #1) by Michael Crichton
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31. A Book With Bad Reviews – Twilight (Twilight #1) by Stephenie Meyer star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578
32. A Trilogy (The First) – The Maze Runner (The Maze Runner #1) by James Dashner star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578
33. A Trilogy (The Second) – The Scorch Trials (The Maze Runner #2) by James Dashner (DNF’d) star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578
34. A Trilogy (The Third) – Soul and Blade (Blood and Bone, #3) by Tara Brown star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578
35. A Book From Your Childhood – Stay Out of the Basement (Goosebumps, #2) by R.L. Stine star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578
36. A Book with a love triangle – The Host (The Host, #1) by Stephenie Meyer star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597
37. A Book Set In The Future – Salt by Colin Barnes
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38. A Book Set In High School – Hex Hall (Hex Hall, #1) by Rachel Hawkins star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578
39. A Book With A Color In The Title – Little Black Lies by Sandra Block star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578
40. A Book That Made/Makes You Cry – Odd Thomas (Odd Thomas, #1) by Dean Koontz star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578
41. A Book With Magic – Witches Protection Program by Michael Phillip Cash star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578
42. A Graphic Novel – In Odd We Trust by Dean Koontz, Illustrated by Queenie Chan star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578
43. A Book By An Author You’ve Never Read Before – The Darkness of the Womb by Richard Knight star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578
44. A Book You Own But Have Never Read – Apocalypse Idaho by Rich Lundeen star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578
45. A Book That Takes Place in Your Hometown – China Lake (Evan Delaney, #1) by Meg Gardiner star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578
46. A Book That Was Originally Written In Another Language – The Black Tongue by Marko Hautala, Translated by Jenni Salmi star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578
47. A Book Set During Christmas (Or Similar Holiday) – Shakespeare’s Christmas (A Lily Bard Mystery, #3) by Charlaine Harris star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578
48. A Book Written By An Author With Your Same Initials – Speak No Evil (No Evil Trilogy, #1) by Allison Brennan
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49. A Play – August: Osage County by Tracy Letts
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50. A Banned Book – Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578star_png1578
51. A Book Based On Or Turned Into A TV Show – Heat Wave (Nikki Heat, #1) by Richard Castle star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578
52. A Book You Started But Never Finished – Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1578star_png1578

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