Back in May I decided to join in on the 2019 Reading Challenge hosted by The Perks of Being Noura. After working away at it for a couple of months I thought I would give an update on how its all going. When I posted about the challenge I had already completed the following:
Here are the books I’ve read since then that have fulfilled more challenges!
‘Crazy Rich Asians’ By Kevin Kwan fulfils the prompt 1 which is to read a ‘Book turned into movie in 2019’.
‘Milk and Honey’ By Rupi Kaur fulfils prompt number 6 which is to read a ‘poetry book’.
‘Sky in the Deep’ By Arienne Young fulfils prompt 13 which is to read a ‘Goodreads award winning book’
‘Girls With Shard Sticks’ By Suzanne Young fulfils prompt 22, ‘read a dystopian/science fiction’.
‘Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone’ By J.K. Rowling fulfils prompt 25 to read ‘an authors debut novel’
‘The Kingdom’ By Jess Rothenberg fulfils prompt 29 to read a book ‘that takes place in the future’
‘Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard: The Sword of Summer’ By Rick Riordan fulfils prompt 32, ‘a story within a story’
‘Heartstopper: Volume 1’ By Alice Oseman fulfils prompt 33, read a book that is ‘set around the world’ with Heartstoppers being set in England it was the perfect choice.
‘Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard: ‘The Hammer of Thor’ By Rick Riordan fulfils prompt number 40 to read ‘a diverse book’ I counted this for this prompt because we have a Bi sexual character and a gender fluid character.
‘Emergency Contact’ By Mark H.K. Choi fulfils prompt 50, ‘read a contemporary’
‘The Geography of Lost things’ By Jessica Brody fulfils prompt 52 which is to read a book ‘based on the cover’
After checking off these reads I’ve now completed 29 of 52 prompts!