2015 Challenges

2015 Goodreads Reading Challenge 

 

2015 Reading Challenge by PopSugar

A book with more than 500 pages

A classic romance

A book that became a movie

A book published this year: The Last Time We Say Goodbye by Cynthia Hand (finished February 13)

A book with a number in the title: This One Summer by Mariko Tamaki and Jillian Tamaki (finished February 11)

A book written by someone under 30: Girl Online by Zoe Sugg (finished January 9)

A book with nonhuman characters: The Darkest Part of the Forest by Holly Black (finished January 28)

A funny book

A book by a female author: All Fall Down by Ally Carter (finished March 29)

A mystery or thriller: Saint Odd by Dean Koontz (finished March 5)

A book with a one-word title

A book of short stories

A book set in a different country

A nonfiction book

A popular author’s first book

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

A book a friend recommended: Please Ignore Vera Dietz by A.S. King (finished March 1)

A Pulitzer Prize-winning book

A book based on a true story

A book at the bottom of your to-read list

A book your mom loves

A book that scares you

A book more than 100 years old

A book based entirely on its cover: Here by Richard McGuire (finished February 27)

A book you were supposed to read in school but didn’t

A memoir: What I Talk About When I Talk About Running by Haruki Murakami (finished March 14)

A book you can finish in a day: Alex As Well by Alyssa Brugman (finished January 23)

A book with antonyms in the title

A book set somewhere you’ve always wanted to visit

A book that came out the year you were born

A book with bad reviews

A trilogy

A book from your childhood

A book with a love triangle: The Edge of Falling by Rebecca Serle (finished January 25)

A book set in the future

A book set in high school: Not That Kind of Girl by Siobhan Vivian (finished January 8)

A book with a color in the title: The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson (finished January 17)

A book that made you cry: All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven (finished January 30)

A book with magic: Splintered by A.G. Howard (finished February 5)

A graphic novel: Through the Woods by Emily Carroll (finished January 27)

A book by an author you’ve never read before: Nobody is Ever Missing by Catherine Lacey (finished March 12)

A book you own but have never read

A book that takes place in your hometown

A book that was originally written in a different language

A book set during Christmas: My True Love Gave to Me: Twelve Holiday Stories edited by Stephanie Perkins (finished January 8)

A book written by an author with your same initials

A play

A banned book

A book based on or turned into a TV show

A book you started but never finished

 

2015 Alphabet Reading Challenge

A – Anya’s Ghost by Vera Brosgol (finished February 27)

B – Blackfin Sky by Kat Ellis (finished January 2)

C – Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge (finished March 22)

D – Deathless by Catherynne M. Valente (finished March 18)

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G – Glory O’Brien’s History of the Future by A.S. King (finished February 27)

H – Housekeeping by Marilynne Robinson (finished January 3)

I – I Was Here by Gayle Foreman (finished February 16)

J –

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L – Lost at Sea by Bryan Lee O’Malley (finished February 27)

M – Mosquitoland by David Arnold (finished March 7)

N – No Parking at the End Times by Bryan Bliss (finished March 6)

O –

P – Playlist for the Dead by Michelle Falkoff (finished February 13)

Q – Quidditch Through The Ages by J.K. Rowling (finished January 27)

R – Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard (finished March 28)

S – Side Effects May Vary by Julie Murphy (finished January 29)

T – Trigger Warning by Neil Gaiman (finished March 9)

U – Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand (finished January 24)

V – Vivian Apple at the End of the World by Katie Coyle (finished February 14)

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