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Reading Bingo Challenge 2014

For full rules and details, visit Retreat by RandomHouse's page.
Got 3 lines!

  1. Mayhem - Sarah Pinborough - A book with one-word title
  2. CelebraTORI - Tori Spelling - A book of non-fiction
  3. The Unwelcomed Child - V.C. Andrews - A book published this year
  4. The One Year Book of Amish Peace - A book with a number in the title
  5. Pantomime - Laura Lam - A Book By A Female Author
  6. A Blaze of Sun - Bella Forrest - A Book With Non-Human Characters
  7. A Story of Easter and All Of Us - Roma Downey & Mark Burnett - A Book Based on a True Story
  8. The Art of War - Sun Tzu - A Book That Is More Than 10 Years Old
  9. Mediterranean Cookbook - A Book With A Blue Cover
  10. Mom's Night Out - Tricia Goyer - A Funny Book
  11. That Night - Chevy Stevens - A book with a mystery
  12. Scandalize Me - Caitlin Crews - The second book in a series
  13. An Amish Garden; Anthology - A book of short stories
  14. Daughter of Darkness - V.C. Andrews - The First Book by a Favorite Author
  15. While The Gods Were Sleeping - Elizabeth Enslin - A Book Set on a Different Continent
  16. The Toothache Man - Sal Conte - A Book that Scares You
  17. The Warhol Gang - Peter Darbyshire - A Book at the Bottom of Your TBR Pile

AND
Got one line and 4 corners!


1. Cinder - Marissa Meyer - A Book You Heard About Online
2. Secrets in the Attic - V.C. Andrews - The First Book in a Series
3. The Program - Suzanne Young - A Book with an Epic Love Story
4. Scarlet - Marissa Meyer - A Book Set In Another World
5. The Ocean at the End of the Lane - Neil Gaiman - A Book Without A Love Triangle
6. The Forever Song - Julie Kagawa - A Book With A Female Heroine
7. Gideon Lee - Lisa Orchard - A Book With Music
8. The Young Elites - Marie Lu - A Book with an Incredible Fight Scene
9. Tomboy - Liz Prince - A Graphic Novel


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