Popsugar’s 2015 Reading Challenge
I know, I know – there’s still a little less than 3 days left in 2015.
Unfortunately, I also know that that just means my exams are that much closer, and that I can’t really afford to read anymore (at least, not for leisure) until they’re at least halfway done – so that just means I’ll have to do my round up now!
As you may (or may not) have seen on Goodreads, or Tumblr, I did manage to get to my reading goal of reading 150 books this year (considering that, originally, the goal was a mere 100 books, I guess you could say that’s quite something!
I had, however, also set myself the challenge of (hopefully) completing the Popsugar 2015 Reading Challenge – and here’s the final result for that one!
Unfortunately, I didn’t quite manage to get everything done but, hey, I did my best, and I actually didn’t do too shabby either!
|The original printable for the challenge|
- A book with more than 500 pages: Arthur, koning voor altijd & Het boek Merlijn
- A classic romance: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, William Shakespeare
- A book that became a movie: If I Stay, Gayle Forman
- A book published this year: P.S. I still love you, Jenny Han
- A book with a number in the title: Two’s Company, Jill Mansell
- A book written by someone under 30:
- A book with nonhuman characters: Artemis Fowl, Eoin Colfer
- A funny book: Good Omens, Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman
- A book by a female author: Just Between Us, Cathy Kelly
- A mystery or a thriller: Devil in a blue dress, Walter Mosely
- A book with a one-worded title: Hernani, Victor Hugo
- A book of short stories: My True Love Gave to Me, Stephanie Perkins
- A book set in a different country: L’énigme du retour, Dany Laferrière
- A nonfiction book: Graces Guide: The Art of Pretending to be a grown-up, Grace Helbig
- A popular author’s first book: Anna and the French Kiss, Stephanie Perkins
- A book from an author you love that you haven’t read yet: Lady Susan, Jane Austen
- A book a friend recommended: Fangirl, Rainbow Rowell
- A Pulitzer Prize-winning book: To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee
- A book based on a true story: L’Ignorance, Milan Kundera
- A book at the bottom of your to-read list: L’énigme du retour, Dany Laferrière
- A book your mom loves: Murder on the Orient Express, Agatha Christie
- A book that scares you: De Gifmenger, Willem Brakman
- A book ore than 100 years old: Les Liaisons Dangereuses, P.C. de Laclos
- A book based entirely on its cover: Aristotle and Dante discover the secrets of the universe, Benjamin Alire Saez
- A book you were supposed to read in school but didn’t: The Virginian, Owen Wister
- A memoir:
- A book you can finish in a day: The Island of Adventure, Enid Blyton
- A book with antonyms in the title:
- A book set somewhere you’ve always wanted to visit: De Kinderen van Bolderburen, Astrid Lindgren
- A book that came out the year you were born: Kiss, Jill Mansell
- A book with bad reviews:
- A trilogy: Shatter Me / Unravel Me / Fracture Me, Tahereh Mafi
- A book from your childhood: Thursday’s Children, Rumer Godden
- A book with a love triangle: Miranda’s Big Mistake, Jill Mansell
- A book set in the future: The Next Together, Lauren James
- A book set in high school: Notable, Marni Bates
- A book with a colour in the title: Anne of Green Gables, L.M. Montgomery
- A book that made you cry: Where She Went, Gayle Forman
- A book with magic: Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, J.K. Rowling
- A graphic novel: The Kite Runner, graphic novel, Khaled Hosseini
- A book by an author you’ve never read before: NW, Zadie Smith
- A book you own but have never read: Don Quichotte, Cervantes
- A book that takes place in your hometown: I don’t think this actually exists?
- A book that was originally written in a different language: Pippi Langkous, Astrid Lindgren
- A book set during Christmas: Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares, Rachel Cohn
- A book written by an author with your same initials: Are there any writers out there with the initials SAV?
- A play: Jacques le Fataliste et son maître, Diderot
- A banned book: The Catcher in the Rye, J.D. Salinger
- A book based on or turned into a TV-show: Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle
- A book you started but never finished: Le Diable Amoureux, Jacques Cazotte