2019 Reading Challenge

2019 Reading Challenge

In traditional fashion, A challenge I am likely to fail… however anything that risks me reading more books than normal…

So lets try Linz’s The Bookworm’s 2019 reading challenge, this 60 book challenge can be done in parallel with attempt ¿Four? of the 100+ Reading Challenge.

Level 1: Book of the Month Club

  1. A book with a red cover
  2. Read a YA fiction
  3. A book under 300 pages
  4. A book you got for free
  5. Reread the first book of a series you love
  6. Read a book that takes place during the summer
  7. A book whose title starts with the letter M
  8. Read a romance novel
  9. A book that has been turned into a TV Show or Movie
  10. A book with a title done in alliteration (example: Pride and Prejudice)
  11. A New York Time’s Best Seller (Past or Present)
  12. Free Space – Pick any book!

Level 2: Casual Reader Club

  1. A book by ‘John Grisham’
  2. Read a Fantasy novel
  3. Read a book with a colour in the title
  4. Reread a book you have recommended to someone else
  5. Read a detective novel
  6. A book with a number in the title
  7. Read a book about dragons
  8. Read a book published by Penguin Random House
  9. Read a book found on Project Gutenberg
  10. A book about an artist (fictional or real)
  11. A book that was published in 1999
  12. Free Space – Pick any book!

Level 3: Dedicated Reader Club

  1. Read book 1 in a trilogy
  2. Read book 2 in the same trilogy
  3. Read book 3 in the same trilogy
  4. Read a book recommended by a friend on Social Media
  5. A book about a Librarian
  6. A book about breaking a code or a treasure hunt
  7. Read a book by Brandon Sanderson
  8. Read a book that takes place in a large city
  9. A book suggested by https://www.whatshouldireadnext.com/
  10. A book for under $3.00 (£ 3·00)
  11. A book with exactly three words in the title
  12. Free Space – Pick any book!

Level 4: Speed-Reader Club

  1. A book over 500 pages
  2. A book about time travel
  3. A book with a form of weather in the title
  4. Read a book published in 1969
  5. A book authored by a Catherine/Katherine or variant
  6. A book by Anne Rice
  7. A book from Time’s All-time top 100 book list (find it here)
  8. Read a coming of age novel
  9. A book involving mythology
  10. Read a self-published book
  11. A book with the word dream in the title
  12. Free Space – Pick any book!

Level 5: Overachiever Club

  1. Read a book on a banned book list
  2. The most recent book in a series you haven’t finished
  3. A book that you judged by its cover (either positively or negatively)
  4. A book that takes place in your home state
  5. A book that takes place before 1965
  6. Read a biography
  7. Read a book you’ve previously abandoned
  8. A book about a real or fictional politician
  9. A book set in Asia
  10. A book with a tree or forest on the cover
  11. A book with the letter Z in the title
  12. Free Space – Pick any book!

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