My 30 Books List for 2019 Reading Challenge
New Year! New Hope and New Challenge.
And now I am beyond excited to announce that top 30 books in my Reading Challenge pile of 2019!
This year’s challenge will take on the format as I will attempt to read my way through 52 books in 52 weeks. In the list below, you will find thirty different categories for now and I’m planning to add twenty-two more books from review requests to this list as it goes. Some of my favourites from this year’s categories include: “A book about a cult,” “True crime novel,” and “A book featuring a false confession.” Many of these categories were suggested by readers who participated in last year’s various online reading challenge and I can’t wait to dive in!
If you’re like me, you’ve got big plans for 2019. Reading plans, the list is here. With the new year upon us, it’s a great time to set a new reading goal. To help you get started, you can also make use of below categories I’ve come up with. Some are fan favorites from past challenges, and others are brand new! Check out my list below and get reading!
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1) A book I bought for the cover – Still Lives by Maria Hummel
2) A book that came out the year you were born – Desperation by Stephen King
3) A book you’re embarrassed you haven’t read yet – The God of small things by Arundhathi Roy
4) A book about going on a quest –
Mahabharata Quest by Christopher C Doyle
5) A book by two or more authors – Tiny Pretty Things by Sona Charaipotra and Dhonielle Clayton
6) A book with a name in the title – Jack the Ripper by Donald Rumbelow
7) A book from a genre you want to read more of – Origin by Dan Brown
8) A book you meant to read in 2018 –
The Secret of Nagas by Amish Tripathi
9) A book published in 2019 – An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks
10) Set in a post-apocalyptic world – Wool by Hugh Howey
11) A book that is under 220 pages – Sorry You’re not my type by Sudeep Nagarkar
12) A book featuring a fictional language – 1984 by George Orwell
13) A book that is over 1000 pages – Ponniyin Selvan by Kalki
14) A book written by a Native Indian author – The Palace of Illusions by Chitra Banerjee
15) True crime novel – IN COLD BLOOD by Truman Capote
16) A book of short stories – Full Dark No Stars by Stephen king
17) An award-winning graphic novel – The League of Extraordinary Gentleman by Alan Moore
18) A book being adapted in 2019 – The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness
19) A book featuring a false confession – Guilty Until Proven Innocent by Donald S. Connery
20) A book about mental health – This Song Will Save Your Life by Leila Sales
21) Set in the Victorian Era – The Accidental Time Traveller by Janis Mackay
22) Book picked out by someone else –
ABC Murders by Agatha Christie
23) Fantasy novel – Renegades by Marissa Meyer
24) A book about a cult – Survivor, Chuck Palahniuk
25) Book with a strong female lead – The Other Side of Midnight by Sidney Sheldon
26) Nominated for the 2018 Goodreads choice awards – The Baby Teeth by Zoje Stage
27) A sports related book – Blitzball by Barton Ludwig
28) A book that everyone’s talking about – The Outsider by Stephen King
29) A book whose title uses alliteration – Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi
30) A book by an author who uses a pen name – The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith