Reading Challenge 2016


I read this in the 9gag website, it was an interesting challenge: you have to read certain books with a very specific topics along the year. Let’s see how it goes. I’ll go updating the list during the year.

§ A book based on a fairy tale
Y colorín colorado este cuento aún no se ha acabado. Odin Dupeyron
∅ A National Book Award winner
∅ A YA bestseller
∅ A book you haven’t read since high school
∅ A book set in your home state
∅ A book translated from other language
∅ A romance set in the future
∅ A book set in Europe
∅ A book that’s under 150 pages
∅ A New York Times bestseller
∅ A book that’s becoming a movie this year
∅ A 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
§ A political memoir
Los señores del narco. Anabel Hernández.
∅ A book at least 100 years older than you
∅ A book that’s more than 600 pages
∅ A book with a number in the title
§ A science fiction novel
El caballero misterioso. George R.R. Martin
∅ A book recommended by a family member
∅ A graphic novel
∅ A book that is published in 2016
∅ A book with a protagonist who has your occupation
∅ A book that scares you
∅ A book and its sequel
∅ A murder mistery
§ A book written by a comedian
I’m just a person. Tig Notaro
∅ A dystopian novel
§ A book with a blue cover
Yaqui Delgado quiere darte una paliza. Meg Medina
§ A book of poetry
El cuarto de triques. Miauricio Jiménez
∅ The first book you see in the bookstore
∅ A classic from 20th century
∅ A book from the library
§ An autobiography
Jhon Jairo Velásquez: Mi vida como sicario de Pablo Escobar
∅ A book about a road trip
∅ A book about a culture you’re unfamiliar with
∅ A satirical book
∅ A book that take place on an island
§ A book that’s guaranteed to bring you joy
La soledad de los números primos. Paolo Giordano.

Counting: 5 / 40

§  Done
ℜ In process
∅  Not yet

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