2016 Reading Challenge

  • A book based on a fairytale: Cinder (The Lunar Chronicles #1) de Marissa Meyer ✓
  • A National Book Award winner: Brown Girl Dreaming de Jacqueline Woodson
  • A YA bestseller: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children de Ransom Riggs ✓
  • A book you haven’t read since high school: Bel-Ami de Maupassant
  • A book set in your home state: Paris est une fête de Ernest Hemingway
  • A book translated to French: Échangée (Trylle #1) d’Amanda Hocking ✓
  • A romance set in the future: Scarlet (The Lunar Chronicles #2) de Marissa Meyer ✓
  • A book set in Europe: Guerre et Paix (tome I) de Léon Tolstoï
  • A book that’s under 150 pages: Histoire de la Princesse de Montpensier & autres nouvelles de Madame de Lafayette ✓
  • A New York Times bestseller: The Nightingale de Kristin Hannah
  • A book that is becoming a movie this year: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies de Seth Grahame-Smith ✓
  • A book recommended by a person you just met: Cahier d’un retour de Troie de Richard Brautigan ✓
  • A self-improvement book: Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy de David D. Burns M.D
  • A book you can finish in a day: Lady Susan de Jane Austen ✓
  • A book written by a celebrity: Bossypants de Tina Fey ✓
  • A political memoir:
  • A book at least a 100 years older than you: Roméo et Juliette de Shakespeare ✓
  • A book that is more than 600 pages: Outlander de Diana Gabaldon
  • A book from Oprah’s book club: Tale of Two Cities de Charles Dickens
  • A science-fiction novel: Farenheit 451 de Ray Bradbury
  • A book recommended by a family member: Et Nitzsche a pleuré de Irvin Yalom
  • A graphic novel: La Naine aux Ectoplasmes (Aspic: détectives de l’étrange #1) de T. Gloris et J. Lamontagne ✓
  • A book published in 2016: La Valse des Arbres et du Ciel de Jean-Michel Guenassia ✓
  • A book with a protagonist that has your occupation: The Invisible Library de Genevieve Cogman ✓
  • A book that takes place during the summer: Wedding Night de Sophie Kinsella ✓
  • A book and its prequel: Jane Eyre de Charlotte Brontë et Wide Sargasso Sea de Jean Rhys
  • A murder mystery: Da Vinci Code de Dan Brown
  • A book written by a comedian: Yes Please! de Amy Poehler ✓
  • A dystopian novel: The Giver de Lois Lowry ✓
  • A book with a blue cover: Les Fiancés de l’Hiver (La Passe-Miroir #1) de Christelle Dabos ✓
  • A book of poetry: Poèmes Saturniens de Verlaine ✓
  • The first book you see in a bookstore: L’alchimiste (Le secret de l’immortel Nicolas Flamel #1) de Michael Scott ✓
  • A classic from the 20th century: Le Deuxième Sexe de Simone de Beauvoir
  • A book from the library: Le Chagrin du Roi Mort de Jean-Claude Mourlevat ✓
  • An autobiography:
  • A book about a road trip: Into the Wild de Jon Krakauer
  • A book about a culture you are unfamiliar with: Geisha d’Arthur Golden
  • A satirical book: Sanditon de Jane Austen ✓
  • A book that takes place on an island: L’île au Trésor de Robert Louis Stevenson
  • A book that is guaranteed to bring you joy: Les Royaumes du Nord de Philip Pullman

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