PopSugar Reading Challenge 2019

This is the first ever reading challenge that I officially joined since I started this blog and also my first reading challenge pick for 2019! I’m also planning on doing a quarterly update for each challenge that I’m joining, so watch out for those!

*I’ll use this page to keep track of everything, including put strikethrough on books that I read, write my rating and link the related book to my review.

[su_row][su_column size=”1/2″ center=”no” class=””][su_note note_color=”#F6F5FA” text_color=”#000000″]1. Becoming a movie in 2019: The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness

2. Makes you nostalgic: Harry Potter and Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling

3. Written by a musician: Just Kids by Patti Smith

4. Should be turned into a movie: Here and Now and Then by Mike Chen (★★★★★ | Review)

5. At least one million ratings on Goodreads: Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

6. A plant in the title or on the cover: When Fire Met Rain (★★★)

7. A reread of a favorite book: 100 Days of Sunlight by Abbie Emmons (★★★★ | Review)

8. About a hobby: The Ultimate History of the ’80s Teen Movie (★★★½)

9. Meant to read in 2018: What Were You Thinking, Paige Taylor? (★★★)

10. “Pop”, “sugar” or “challenge” in the title: Sugar Lane Vol.1 by Harlow Hayes (★★★★ | Review)

11. An item of clothing or accessory on the cover: The Devil Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger (★★ | Review)

12. Inspired by mythology, legend or folklore: Wicked Fox by Kat Cho (★★★★★ | Review)

13. Published posthumously: The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

14. On TV or in a movie: Dumplin’ (★★★½ | Review)

15. Classic’s retelling: Sea Witch by Sarah Henning

16. A question in the title: What Were You Thinking, Paige Taylor? (★★★)

17. Set on a college or university campus: Radio Silence by Alice Oseman (★★★★★ | Review)

18. About someone with a superpower: Losing Normal (★★★)

19. Multiple POVs: Losing Normal (★★★)

20. Set in space: Illuminae byAmie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff

[su_column size=”1/2″ center=”no” class=””][su_note note_color=”#F6F5FA” text_color=”#000000″]21. By two female authors: Meal by Blue Delliquanti & Soleil Ho (★★★ | Review)

22. “Salty”, “sweet”, “bitter” or “spicy”: Sweet Little Lies by Lauren Conrad

23. Set in Scandinavia: A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman

24. Takes place in a single day: They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera 

25. A debut novel: Just for Clicks by Kara McDowell (★★★½)

26. Published in 2019: The Weight of Our Sky by Hanna Alkaf (★★★★½ | Review)

27. Featuring an extinct or imaginary creature: Stranger Things: The Other Side (★★★½ | Review)

28. Recommended by a celebrity you admire: Against Interpretation and Other Essays by Susan Sontag

29. “Love” in the title: Love Looks Pretty on You (★★★½)

30. Featuring an amateur detective: The Frame-Up (★★)

31. About a family: Just for Clicks by Kara McDowell (★★★½)

32. Author from Asia, Africa or South America: Dead Dogs Don’t Bark by Tolu’ A. Akinyemi (★★ | Review)

33. Zodiac sign or astrology term in the title: Zodiac by Romina Russell

34. Includes a wedding: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling

35. Started with the same letter in first and last names: Love & Misadventure by Lang Leav (★★)

36. A ghost story: The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson

37. Two-word title: Losing Normal (★★★)

38. Based on a true story: Lion by Saroo Brierley

39. Revolving around a puzzle or game: The Frame-Up (★★)

40. Past fave (A movie you’ve already seen): The Devil Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger (★★ | Review)