2016 Reading Challenge

Jeg nåede:

A book based on a fairytale: Sarah Blakley-Cartwright – Red Riding Hood
A YA Bestseller: Kami Garcia/Margareth Stohl – Beautiful Creatures
A book you haven’t read since highschool: Michael Ende – Den uendelige historie
A book set in your home state: Johanne Spyri – Heidi
A book translated to English: Fredrik Backman – Min mormor hilser og siger undskyld
A romance set in the future: Kiera Cass – The Selection #1
A book set in Europe: Fred Hoyle – Den sorte tåge
A book that’s under 150 pages: Irene Rasmussen – Ormeføde
A New York Times bestseller: Ernest Cline – Ready Player One
A book that’s becoming a movie this year: Ransom Riggs – Miss Peregrines Home for peculiar children
A self-improvement book: Anette Ellegaard – Superwoman er en følelse
A book you can finish in one day: Signe Fahl – Hels rejse
A book written by a celebrity: Corey Taylor – Seven Deadly Sins
A book that’s more than 600 pages: Stephen King – 22.11.63
A science-fiction novel: James Dashner – Labyrinten Maze Runner #1
A book that’s published in 2016: Martin Schjönning – Afsind
A book that takes place during the summer: David Levithan/Andrea Cremer – Usynlighed
A book and it’s prequel: Stephen King – Vinden gennem nøglehullet
A murder mystery: Steen Langstrup m.fl. – I skyggen af Sadd #1
A book written by a comedian: Amy Schumer – The Girl with the lower back tattoo
A dystopian novel: Isaac Marion – Warm bodies
A book with a blue cover: John Green/David Levithan: Will Grayson, Will Grayson
A classic from the 20th century: Paulo Coelho – Alkymisten
A book from the library: Kristoffer Andersen – Eliksiren
An autobiography: Rob Lowe – Stories I only tell my friends
A book about a road trip: Jojo Moyes – The one plus one
A book that is guaranteed to bring you you: Jenny Colgan – The bookshop around the corner

 

Jeg nåede ikke:

A National Book Award Winner: Andrew Smith – 100 Sideway Miles (Læst 2017)
A book recommended by someone you just met:
A political memoir:
A book at least 100 years older than you:
A book from the Oprah’s bookclub:
A book recommended by a family member:
A graphic novel:
A book with a protagonist with your occupation:
A book of poetry:
The first book you see in a book store:
A book about a culture you’re unfamiliar with:
A satirical book:
A book that takes place on an island: