2015 Book Challenge

50 Shades of Grey:  A book published by an independent author; An erotic book

A Farewell to Arms: A book by Ernest Hemingway

A Handmaid’s Tale: A book published the year you were born,;A dystopian novel

American Gods: A book with non-human characters; A book by Neil Gaiman

Ariel:  A book by Sylvia Plath

As I Lay Dying: A book by William Faulkner

Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk by Ben Fountain: A book recommended to you by a friend/family member; A book published in 2012; A book written by an author from your home city/town

Bonfire of the Vanities: A book published in the 1980’s; A book you currently own, but have not yet read; A book you bought based entirely on its cover

Cant We Talk About Something More Pleasant: A comedy book; A memoir;  A graphic novel

Child of God:  A book in the genre you write; A book from an author you love, but haven’t read yet

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time:  A book published in the 2000’s; A book featuring a disabled protagonist

David Copperfield:  A book by Charles Dickens

The Dead, Joyce: A novelette

Death of a Salesman: A play

Diary of a Young Girl: A book based on a true story; A required high-school reading book; A nonfiction book; A book published in the 1990’s

Falconer:  A book published in the 1970’s; A book that takes place in a jail, prison, or concentration camp; A book featuring a gay or lesbian protagonist

Franny and Zooey: A book published in the 1960’s; A book by J.D Salinger

The Gallic War: A book your father has read and loves

The Giver: The first book in a trilogy; A children’s book; A book that has a movie adaption

The Goldfinch: A book that has won a Pulitzer Prize; A New York Time’s bestseller

Homage to Catalonia: A biography; A book by George Orwell

Huck Finn: An adventure book; A banned book; A book published in the 1800’s; A book by Mark Twain

The Little Prince: A novella

Love in the Time of Cholera: A book originally written in a foreign language

Maltese Falcon: A drama novel; A mystery novel

The Martian: A book which takes place in a country you have always wanted to visit; A book by an author you have never heard of; A book published in 2014; A book written by an author who shares your initials

Middlesex: A book with a one-word title; A book you started, but never finished; A coming-of-age story

Mother Night: A book by Kurt Vonnegut

Mrs Dalloway: A book by Virginia Woolf

The Murder of Roger Ackroyd: A book by Agatha Christie

The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket: A horror book; A book by Edgar Allen Poe

Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats: A book by T.S Eliot; A collection of poetry; A book with the word ‘book’ in the title

Palo Alto: A book written by a celebrity (fiction or non-fiction)

Picture of Dorian Gray: A book by Oscar Wilde

Poetry: A book by Emily Dickinson

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies:  A romance book; A book by Jane Austen A book featuring zombies

Reading Lolita in Tehran: A book with a female name in the title; A book which takes place in a middle-eastern country

The Screwtape Letters: A book your mother has read and loves; A book less than 200 pages long; A religious text; A book your favorite author has read; A book published in the 1940’s

Something Wicked This Way Comes: A book by Ray Bradbury; A Christmas or other holiday-themed book

Soulless: A steampunk book

Stormbreaker: A young adult book; An action book;  A book that takes place in high school; A book that has bad reviews; A book with a main character who shares name; The first book in a series with more than four books

Super Sad True Love Story: A book published in 2010

TBD: A current New York Time’s bestseller; A book published in 2015

TBD: A self help/how-to book

Tenth of December: A collection of short stories; A book with numbers in the title

Their Eyes Were Watching God: A book with a non-white female protagonist; A book written by a female author; A book published in the 1930’s

Things Fall Apart: A book with the name of a season in the title; A book with a non-white male protagonist; A historical fiction book

This Side of Paradise: A book featuring a love triangle; A book written by someone younger than thirty; A book published in the 1920’s; A book by F. Scott Fitzgerald; A famous author’s first published book

Under the Dome: A sci-fi book; A book by an author who has written more than 10 books; A book by Stephen King; A book with more than five hundred pages; A book that has a television adaption

Walden: A book by Henry David Thoreau

What’s Eating Gilbert Grape : A book with the name of a food in the title; A book with a male name in the title; A book by an author you have never read before; A book with the name of a color in its title

Wicked: A book about witches; A fantasy book; A book based off a fairy tale

**List is subject to change

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