2016 Book Challenge – march updatePosted: March 16, 2016
given up – secret diary of a london call girl. cannot. it’s tries way too hard.
thinking of giving up – red house by mark haddon. who would have thought that this book would be so augh in the middle.
Completed (yay!) – Yes, my accent is real but Kunal Nayer. Fast and funny read. Loved it. totally had me smiling and laughing to myself on various modes of public transport like a crazy person. I love it cause it’s light, sincere and at the end of the day, he doesn’t take himself too seriously.
Currently reading – Yes Please! by Amy Poehler. love what I’m reading so far. WOOT.
God it’s like 3 months into the year and i’ve only read..4 books out of 40. kill me please.
- Book based on fairy tale
- National Book Award winner
- YA bestseller
- Book you haven’t read since high school
- Book set in your home state – emily of emily hill? i’m ashamed to say i’ve never read it.
- Book translated to English – Maybe Blindness by Jose Saramago. I’ve watched the movie and it was very disturbing and the reviews seem quite polarised, you either hate it or love it. I’m not sure how I feel about the movie tbh.
- Romance set in the future
- Book set in Europe – maybe The Red House by Mark Haddon.
- Book that’s under 150 pages
- New York Times’ bestseller
- Book that’s becoming a movie this year Maybe the Danish Girl. Also, really? WOOL is becoming a movie? I still don’t know how I feel about that series.
- Book recommended by someone you just met
- A self-improvement book
- A book you can finish in a day
a book written by a celebrity – maybe that Mindy Kaling book if i can find it.couldn’t find it. THIS IS DONE. Read Yes, my accent is real by Kunal Nayer. Good stuff.
- a political memoir – hmm. well i have been meaning to read that LKY book. so maybe.
- a book at least 100 years older than you
- a book that’s more than 600 pages – maybe i’ll get round to finishing A feast of crows by George R R Martin. This is assuming he finishes the bloody series this year.
- a book from oprah’s book club
A science fiction novel– THIS IS DONE. I read Parasite by Mira Grant and it was awesome (it’s also a reread cause I wanted to read the sequel and could not remember much of it, and I don’t care. It still counts).
- a book recommended by a family member
- a graphic novel – current plan is to read Sandman by Neil Gaiman. I know I know, how is it that I’ve not read this. I do not know but hey at least I’m going to read it now?
- a book that is published in 2016
- a book with a protaganist who has your occupation – er…
- a book that takes place during Summer
- a book and its prequel
- a murder mystery
- a book written by a comedian –
i want to read*READING NOW* Yes Please by Amy Poehler, if it is anything like Tina Fey’s bossy pants it will be a fun read. [YES IT IS!]
- a dystopian novel
book with a blue cover– *READING NOW*This is Done !Symbiont by Mira Grant. Sequel to Parasite (book 20 on this list)
- a book of poetry – Recommended by Lisa C. TS Eliot’s Cats.
- the first book you see in a bookstore
- a classic from the 20th century – maybe catch 22 which has been on my book shelf for the longest time or
- a book from the library
- an autobiography
- a book about a road trip
- a book about a culture you’re unfamiliar with
- a satirical book – terry pratchett counts right? i have the last few of his books left to read.
- a book that takes place on an island
- a book that’s guaranteed to bring you joy – Recommended by Wee Jin – Spark Joy, An illustrated master class on the art of organising and tidying up by Marie Kondo. HMMM. the irony of it all considering how messy I am. Most people have forgotten the colour of my desk at work cause it’s always covered with papers.. Er.. organised mess?