Popsugar’s 2016 Ultimate Reading Challenge

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Challenge Name: 2016 Ultimate Reading Challenge
Blog/Sign Up Link: No sign ups, this is a DIY Challenge. Make sure to grab the printable checklist.
Hosted By: Popsugar
Challenge Dates: 1 Jan 2016 through 31 Dec 2016
My Goal: 30/40 books
My goodreads shelf: 2016 Popsugar Challenge
My Blog Tag: 2016 Popsugar Reading Challenge
Challenge Rules (Per Host Site): None

Topics
1. A Book Based on a Fairy Tale – Little Red Riding Hood: Werewolf Slayer
2. A National Book Award Winner – Touch by Claire North
3. A YA Bestseller – Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children
4. A Book You Haven’t Read Since High School – Tick Tock by Dean Koontz
5. A Book Set in Your Home State – Hidden Bodies by Caroline Kepnes
6. A Book Translated to English –
7. A Romance Set in the Future – Cinder (The Lunar Chronicles, #1)
8. A Book Set in Europe – Demonglass (Hex Hall, #2) byy Rachel Hawkins
9. A Book That’s Under 150 Pages – Baby Tips for Mum (94 pages)
10. A New York Times Bestseller – Golden Son by Pierce Brwon
11. A Book That’s Becoming a Movie This Year – Legend of Barney Thomson
12. A Book Recommended By Someone You Just Met – Girl on the Train
13. A Self-Improvement Book – Get the Truth
14. A Book You Can Finish in a Day – Good Girls by Sara Shepard
15. A Book Written By a Celebrity – Why Not Me? by Mindy Kaling
16. A Political Memoir –
17. A Book At Least 100 Years Older Than You –
18. A Book That’s More Than 600 Pages – Winter (The Lunar Chronicles, #4) by Marissa Meyer
19. A Book From Oprah’s Book Club –
20. A Science-Fiction Novel – Morning Star by Pierce Brown
21. A Book Recommended By a Family Member –
22. A Graphic Novel – Constantine: The Hellblazer, Vol. 1: Going Down by Ming Doyle, Illustrated by Riley Rossmo
23. A Book That is Published in 2016 – Killfire by Christopher Farnsworth
24. A Book With a Protagonist Who Has Your Occupation – Career of Evil (Secretary-esque)
25. A Book That Takes Place During Summer – Max
26/27. A Book and its Prequel – The Testing Guide & The Testing by Joelle Charbonneau
28. A Murder Mystery – Killer Instinct (The Naturals, #2)
29. A Book Written By a Comedian – Modern Romance by Aziz Ansarii
30. A Dystopian Novel – Shatter e
31. A Book with a Blue Cover – Ugly Love by Colleen Hoover
32. A Book of Poetry –
33. The First Book You See in a Bookstore – X by Sue Grafton
34. A Classic From the 20th Century – And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
35. A Book From the Library – What to Expect When You’re Expecting
36. An Autobiography – Neil Patrick Harris: Write Your Own Autobiography
37. A Book About a Road Trip – Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion
38. A Book About a Culture You’re Unfamiliar With – Unbelievable
39. A Satirical Book – America (The Book) by Jon Stewart
40. A Book That Takes Place on an Island – Just Fall by Nina Sadowsky
41. A Book That’s Guaranteed to Bring You Joy – Confess by Colleen Hoover

 

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5 thoughts on “Popsugar’s 2016 Ultimate Reading Challenge

    • I’m not going to lie, I like yours way better too. I’ve been debating switching over all night.

      #11 on this list (A Book That’s Becoming a Movie This Year) is about the only item I’m actually looking forward to. #24 (A Book With a Protagonist Who Has Your Occupation) should have been written like yours, with the option of an occupation you like. #41 (A Book That’s Guaranteed to Bring You Joy) is just crazy..

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    • Hi Jamie! There are so many good challenges, I’ve had a hard time choosing.

      I didn’t sign up for literary loners because I would be finding all of the characters by accident (through reading the book for another challenge) rather than searching specifically for books with loner-type characters. I feel like this is cheating as my selections wouldn’t be deliberate or with the intention of meeting this challenge. Not sure your take on this though! 🙂

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