PopSugar Reading Challenge 2019 – Completed 2019


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1. A book becoming a movie in 2019 Ebook: Nicola Yoon – The Sun is also a star
2. A book that make you nostalgic Audiobook: Laura Ingalls Wilder – Little House in the Big Woods
3. A book written by a musician (fiction or non-fiction) Audiobook: Brian Welch – With my eyes wide open
4. A book you think should be turned into a movie Ebook: Mia Sheridan – Archer’s Voice
5. A book with at least a million ratings on GoodReads Ebook: Veronica Roth – Afvigeren – Divergent #1 
6. A book with a plant on the cover Audiobook: Laura E Weymouth – The Light between Worlds
7. A reread of a favorite book Printbook: Kit Whitfield – I fuldmånens magt
8. A book about a hobby Ebook: Lucy Dillon  – Ensomme hjerter og herreløse hunde
9. A book with “pop”, “sugar” or “challenge” in the title Ebook: Lasse Holm – Pop
10. A book with an item of clothing or accessory on the cover Ebook: Erle Stanley Gardner – Den blodige sko (Perry Mason)
11. A book inspired by mythology, legend or folklore Ebook: Rick Riordan – The sword of summer (Magnus Chase #1)
12. A book published posthumously Current Audiobook: Michelle McNamara – I’ll be gone in the dark 
13. A book you see someone reading in TV or in a movie Ebook: Margery Williams Blanco – The velveteen Rabbit (Gilmore Girls)
14. A retelling of a classic Audiobook: Brittany Cavallaro – A study in Charlotte
15. A book with a question in the title Audiobook: Mindy Kaling: Is everybody hanging out but me?
16. A book set on a college or university Campus Ebook: Elle Kennedy – Aftalt spil – Off Campus #1
17. A book with somebody with a superpower Ebook: Naomi Alderman – The Power
18. A book told from multiple character POV’s Ebook: Veronica Roth – Allegiant (Divergent #3)
19. A book set in space  Ebook: Cathryn Cade – Heart of Stone
20. A book by two female authors Ebook: Cassandra Clare & Holly Black – The Iron Trial (Magisterium #1)
21. A book with a title that contains “salty”, “sweet”, “bitter” or “spicy” Ebook: Lori Nelson Spielman: Den søde tilgivelse
22. A book set in Scandinavia Ebook: Lotte & Søren Hammer – Svinehunde (Konrad Simonsen #1) 
23. A book that takes place on a single day Ebook: Patrick Ness – Release
24. A debut novel  Ebook: Michella Rasmussen – Stalker
25. A book that’s published in 2019 Printbook: Steffen Nohr – Amazonas
26. A book featuring an extinct or imaginary creature  Ebook: Julie Kagawa – Dragerne (Talon #1)
27. A book recommended by a celebrity you admire Audiobook: Joe Hill – The Fireman (Recommended by Stephen King)
28. A book with “love” in the title  Audiobook: Amanda Prowse – Another love
29. A book featuring an amateur detective Ebook: Ruth Ware – Kvinden i kahyt nr. 10
30. A book about a family  Ebook: Sara Blædel – Den tredje søster (Ilka #3)
31. A book written by an author from Asia, Africa or South America Ebook: Julie Kagawa – Oprørerne – Talon #2
32. A book with a zodiac sign or astrology term in the title Audiobook: Minnie Darke – Star-Crossed
33. A book that includes a wedding  Ebook: Melanie Harlow – Hvis du var min (If you were mine)
34. A ghost story Ebook: Agnete Friis – Farlig Vrede
35. A book with a two-word title Printbook: Renée Knight – Enhver lighed (Disclaimer)
36. A novel based on a true story  Audiobook: Stacey Gregg – The Island of lost horses
37. A book revolving around a puzzle or a game Audiobook: Tony Abbott – The forbidden stone (The Copernicus Legacy #1)
38. Your favorite prompt from the past PopSugar Reading Challenges Printbook: Mhairi McFarlane: It’s not me, it’s you (An author you haven’t read yet)
41. A cli-fi (Climate Fiction) book Audiobook: Mikael Niemi – Faldvand
42. A “choose-your-own-adventure” book Ebook: Helena S Paige – En kvinde går ind på en bar … (A girl walks into a bar)
43. An “own voices” book Ebook: Hildur Grauslund Nielsen – Jeg er autist
44. Read a book during the season it is set in Audiobook: Julia Gabriel – Summer Again 
45. A LitRPG book Ebook: James Dashner – Sjælens øje – Dødsdoktrinen #1
46. A book with no chapters/unusual chapter headings/Unconventionally numbered chapters Audiobook: Stephen King (Richard Bachmann) – The Running Man
47. Two books that share the same title (1) Ebook: Simona Ahrnstedt – Alt eller intet
48. Two books that share the same title (“) Ebook: Nicola Yoon: Alt eller intet
49. A book that has inspired a common phrase  or idion (e.g. Big Brother from 1984) Ebook: L. Frank Baum: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
50. A book set in an abbey, cloister, monastery, vicarage or convent  Audiobook: Agatha Christie – Murder at the Vicarage