Popsugar Reading Challenge 2018

I enjoyed Popsugar Reading Challenge 2017 so much that I decided to join another one this year. The prompts are mostly different than last year, pretty challenging but still feasible to tackle 🙂

Here are the list of the prompts and books that I plan to read. Wish me luck!!!

  1. A book made into a movie you’ve already seen: Holes (Louis Sachar)
  2. True crime: In Cold Blood (Truman Capote)
  3. The next book in a series you started: A Dance with Dragons (George RR Martin)
  4. A book involving a heist: Pangeran Pencuri (Cornelia Funke)
  5. Nordic noir: The Bat/Harry Holes #1 (Jo Nesbo)
  6. A novel based on a real person: The Other Boleyn Girl (Philippa Gregory)
  7. A book set in a country that fascinates you: TBD
  8. A book with a time of day in the title: Midnight Feast (Meg Cabot)
  9. A book about a villain or antihero: Heartless (Marissa Meyer)
  10. A book about death or grief: My Sister Lives on a Mantelpiece (Annabel Pitcher)
  11. A book with your favorite color in the title: The Mystery of The Blue Train (Agatha Christie)
  12. A book with alliteration in the title: Magpie Murders (Anthony Horowitz)
  13. A book about time travel: The Time Traveler’s Wife (Audrey Niffenegger)
  14. A book with a weather element in the title: The Snow Child (Eowyn Ivey)
  15. A book set at sea: The Woman in Cabin 10 (Ruth Ware)
  16. A book with an animal in the title: Lily and the Octopus (Steven Rowley)
  17. A book set on a different planet: The Gunslinger (Stephen King)
  18. A book with song lyrics in the title: Breakfast at Tiffany’s (Truman Capote)
  19. A book about or set on Halloween: The Halloween Tree (Ray Bradbury)
  20. A book with characters who are twins: The Memory Keeper’s Daughter (Kim Edwards)
  21. A book with a female author who uses a male pseudonym: Middlemarch (George Elliot)
  22. A book with an LGBTQ+ protagonist: Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe (Benjamin Alire Saenz)
  23. A book that is also a stage play or musical: The Phantom of the Opera (Gaston Leroux)
  24. A book by an author of a different ethnicity than you: Beloved (Toni Morrison)
  25. A book about feminism: The Handmaid’s Tale (Margaret Atwood)
  26. A book about mental health: The Bell Jar (Sylvia Plath)
  27. A book you borrowed or that was given to you as a gift: TBD
  28. A book by two authors: The Screaming Statue/The Curiosity House #2 (Lauren Oliver, H.C. Chester)
  29. A book about or involving a sport: Quidditch Through the Ages (Kennilworthy Whisp)
  30. A book by a local author: Gelombang (Dee)
  31. A book mentioned in another book: Invisible Man (Ralph Ellison)
  32. A book from a celebrity book club: Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine (Gail Honeyman)
  33. A childhood classic you’ve never read: Charlotte’s Web (E.B. White)
  34. A book that’s published in 2018: TBD
  35. A past Goodreads Choice Awards winner: Trigger Warning (Neil Gaiman)
  36. A book set in the decade you were born: Dear Mr. Henshaw (Beverly Cleary)
  37. A book you meant to read in 2017 but didn’t get to: TBD
  38. A book with an ugly cover: TBD
  39. A book that involves a bookstore or library: Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore (Matthew J. Sullivan)
  40. Your favorite prompt from the 2015, 2016, or 2017 Popsugar Reading Challenges: A book you bought on a trip: TBD