Reading Challenge 2015

Aktueller Stand: 41/52

1. A book with more than 500 pages: George R.R. Martin – A Feast for Crows
2. A classic romance: Emily Brontë – Wuthering Heights
3. A book that became a movie: Bill Bryson – A Walk in the Woods
4. A book published this year: Paula McLain – Lady Africa
5. A book with a number in the title: Wolf Haas – Das Wetter vor 15 Jahren
6. A book written by someone under 30: Stefan Bachmann – The Peculiar
7. A book with nonhuman characters: Kai Meyer – Drache und Diamant
8. A funny book: Lauren Graham – Someday, Someday, Maybe
9. A book by a female author: Pia Ziefle – Suna
10. A mystery or Thriller: Paula Hawkins – The Girl on the Train
11. A book with a one-word title: Henry David Thoreau – Walden
12. A book of short stories: Sheridan Le Fanu – In a Glass Darkly
13. A book set in a different country: Mira Magen – Wodka und Brot
14. A nonfiction book: Christian Eisert – Kim & Struppi
15. A popular author’s first book
16. A book from an author you love that you haven’t read yet: Siri Hustvedt – The Summer Without Men
17. A book a friend recommended: Gwendoline Riley – Cold Water
18. A Pulitzer-prize winning book: Elizabeth Strout – Olive Kitteridge
19. A book based on a true story: Philipp Möller – Isch geh Schulhof
20. A book at the bottom of your to read list
21. A book your mom loves: John Williams – Stoner
22. A book that scares you: Heinz Helle – Eigentlich müssten wir tanzen
23. A book more than 100 years old: Rainer Maria Rilke – Die Aufzeichnungen des Malte Laurids Brigge
24. A book based entirely on its cover: Jessie Burton – The Miniaturist
25. A book you were supposed to read in school but didn’t
26. A memoir: Arno Geiger – Der alte König in seinem Exil
27. A book you can finish in a day: Francis Bebey – Das Regenkind
28. A book with antonyms in the title: Cheryl Strayed – Wild: A Journey From Lost to Found
29. A book set somewhere you’ve always wanted to visit: György Dalos – Jugendstil
30. A book that came out the year you were born: Philip Pullman – The Ruby in the Smoke
31. A book with bad reviews: Gail Carriger – Manners & Mutiny
32. A trilogy (the first): Patrick Modiano – Abendgesellschaft
33. A trilogy (the second): Patrick Modiano – Außenbezirke
34. A trilogy (the third): Patrick Modiano – Familienstammbaum
35. A book from your childhood
36. A book with a love triangle: Rachel Cohn & David Levithan – Naomi and Ely’s No Kiss List
37. A book set in the future
38. A book set in high school: Muriel Spark – The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie
39. A book with a color in the title: Kerstin Gier – Silber. Das dritte Buch der Träume
40. A book that made you cry: Rainbow Rowell – Fangirl
41. A book with magic: Kai Meyer – Seide und Schwert
42. A graphic novel: Guy Delisle – Pjöngjang
43. A book by an author you’ve never read before: Yu-Chien Kuang – Der China-Knigge
44. A book you own but have never read
45. A book that takes place in your hometown: Friedrich Ani – Die Erfindung des Abschieds
46. A book that was originally written in another language: Janne Teller – Krieg. Stell dir vor, er wäre hier
47. A book set during Christmas: Alan Warner – Morvern Callar

48. A book written by an author with your same initials: Sara Gruen – Water for Elephants
49. A play: Frank Wedekind – Frühlings Erwachen
50. A banned book: George Orwell – Animal Farm
51. A book based on or turned into a tv show: Piper Kerman – Orange is the New Black
52. A book you started but never finished: Kai Meyer – Lanze und Licht

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