2017 NZ Booklovers’ Reading Challenge

Last year, sick of not being motivated to read enough, I tried the 2016 book challenge. While I didn’t quite get through all 52 books, I did read more than triple the amount of books I read the year before. Not a bad improvement!

This year I’m going to try again with a new list, and I challenge you all to give the below a go.

 

52 BOOKS TO READ IN 2017:

  • A book set in high school
  • A book a TV show is based off of
  • A New York Times 2017 bestseller
  • A biography
  • A book published before 2000
  • A book with a green cover
  • A book with a protagonist who is double your age
  • A book with a protagonist who is half your age
  • A book whose main character is superhuman
  • A 2017 young adult bestseller
  • A 2017 New Zealand Book Awards winner
  • A book set in New Zealand
  • A book set in your home town
  • A book that reminds you of your favourite place
  • A young adult novel set in the future
  • A mystery novel set in the past
  • A non-fiction book related to your occupation
  • A book by a New Zealand author
  • A self-help book
  • A book written by a New Zealand celebrity
  • A book set in a country that you’ve always wanted to visit
  • A novella
  • A book over 900 pages
  • A book with a protagonist who is an alien
  • A book written by a female author
  • A book written by an author with a pseudonym
  • A book that is based on a film coming out this year
  • A book published this year
  • A book recommended by a colleague
  • A book recommended by a family member
  • A book you can finish in 3 days
  • A graphic novel
  • A book with a protagonist that reminds you of yourself
  • A crime novel
  • A novel where the protagonist isn’t alive
  • The first book you see in a bookstore or library
  • An e-book
  • A paperback
  • A hardback
  • One of the classics
  • A book that takes place out of earth
  • A book that takes place in spring
  • A book recommended by an online article
  • A book you discovered on social media
  • A book where the protagonist has your name (or a version of your name)
  • A travel novel
  • A book that is guaranteed to make you cry
  • A book that is guaranteed to make you laugh
  • A book from the point of view of a villain
  • A book written in second person perspective
  • A book by your favourite author
  • A book reviewed by NZ Booklovers
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