Popsugar Reading Challenge 2017

2017 Popsugar Ultimate Reading Challenge (36/52)

A book recommended by a librarian: Ngugi wa Thiong’o: Herr der Krähen (http://blog.muenchner-stadtbibliothek.de/auslese-13-afrikanische-romane/)
A book that’s been on your TBR list for way too long: E.M. Forster – A Passage to India
A book of letters: Dear Scott, Dearest Zelda
An audiobook: Vladimir Sorokin – Der Schneesturm
A book by a person of color: Ken Saro-Wiwa – Die Sterne dort unten
A book with one of the four seasons in the title
A book that is a story within a story: Stefan Zweig – Ungeduld des Herzens
A book with multiple authors: Swetlana Geier (Hrsg.) – Statt einer russischen Literaturgeschichte
An espionage thriller
A book with a cat on the cover
A book by an author who uses a pseudonym: Kurban Said, Elena Ferrante
A bestseller from a genre you don’t normally read: H. P. Lovecraft – The Case of Charles Dexter Ward
A book by or about a person who has a disability: Carson McCullers – The Heart is a Lonely Hunter
A book involving travel: Volker Weidermann – Ostende
A book with a subtitle: Leo Tolstoi – Die Kosaken. Eine Erzählung aus dem Kaukasus
A book that’s published in 2017
A book involving a mythical creature: Jasper Fforde – Lost in a Good Book
A book you’ve read before that never fails to make you smile: Javier Marías – Mein Herz so weiß
A book about food: Han Kang – Die Vegetarierin
A book with career advice
A book from a nonhuman perspective: Matt Ruff – Fool on the Hill
A steampunk novel
A book with a red spine: Jasper Fforde – The Well of Lost Plots
A book seet in the wilderness: AnKa – Meine erste Treckingtour durch das mystische Schottland
A book you loved as a child
A book by an author from a country you’ve never visited: Alexander Puschkin – Ägyptische Nächte
A book with a title that’s a character’s name: David Bezmozgis – Natascha
A novel set during wartime: Shani Boianjiu – Das Volk der Ewigkeit kennt keine Angst
A book with an unreliable narrator: Charlotte Brontë – Villette
A book with pictures: Robert Byron – The Road to Oxiana
A book where the main character is a different ethnicity than you: Arundhati Roy – The God of Small Things
A book about an interesting woman: Robyn Davidson – Tracks
A book set in two different time periods: Khaled Hosseini – Traumsammler
A book with a month or day of the week in the title
A book set in a hotel: E.M. Forster – A Room With a View
A book written by someone you admire: Nick Hornby – Funny Girl
A book that’s becoming a movie in 2017: Caren Lissner – Carrie Pilby
A book set around a holiday other than Christmas
The first book in a series you haven’t read before: Dmitry Glukhovsky – Metro 2033
A book you bought on a trip: Katherine Mansfield – The Garden Party and Other Stories
A book recommended by an author you love: Emily Brontë – Wuthering Heights (Hemingway)
A bestseller from 2016: Elena Ferrante – Meine geniale Freundin
A book with a family member term in the title: Emily Perkins – Novel About My Wife
A book that takes place over a character’s life span: Lauren Groff – Fates and Furies
A book about an immigrant or refugee: Christoph Hein – Landnahme
A book from a genre/subgenre you’ve never heard of: Margaret Atwood – Oryx and Crake (Cli-Fi)
A book with an eccentric character: Margaret Atwood – Hag-Seed
A book that’s more than 800 pages: Paul Auster – 4321
A book you got from a used book sale: Margriet de Moor – Sturmflut
A book that’s been mentioned in another book: Rainbow Rowell – Carry On
A book about a difficult topic: Martin Amis – The Zone of Interest
A book based on mythology

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