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52 Books in 52 Weeks 2016



Are you ready to join me for another year of Reading 52 Books in 52 Weeks? The rules are quite simple. How you get there is up to you.  Whether you are a monogamous reader or like to dip into multiple books at a time, love diving into chunky books or sailing along with a beach read, submerging yourself in a classic or weighing anchor with those dusty books gathering dust on your shelves, it all averages out in the end.  The goal is to read 52 Books. 

This is another challenge I love doing yearly. It's quite simple really, read one book a week. There is mini-challenges too, but I have not done them.

  1. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button - F. Scott Fitzgerald
  2. Pop Sonnets - Erik Didriksen
  3. The Shamrock Case - Linda Weaver Clarke
  4. Killer Pursuit - Jeff Gunhus
  5. Slip Of The Knife - Denise Mina
  6. Uglies - Scott Westerfeld
  7. The Iron Warrior - Julie Kagawa
  8. The Literature Book
  9. Nimona - Noelle Stevenson
  10. Stars Above - Marissa Meyer
  11. My Mother's Kitchen - Meera Ekkanath Klein
  12. Revenge Wears Prada - Lauren Weisberger
  13. The Perfect Ruin - Lauren DeStefano
  14. The Fault In Our Stars - John Green
  15. The Treatment - Suzanne Young
  16. The Remedy - Suzanne Young
  17. The Martian - Andy Weir
  18. The No Time To Cook! Book - Elena Rosemond-Hoerr
  19. The Mysterious Doll - Linda Weaver Clarke
  20. Pretty Girls - Karin Slaughter
  21. When I Was The Greatest - Jason Reynolds
  22. Soldier - Julie Kagawa
  23. Detectives Don't Wear Seat Belts - Cici McNair
  24. The Fourteen Day Soul Detox - Rita Stradling
  25. Centuries of June - Keith Donohue
  26. The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry - Rachel Joyce
  27. The Sunlight Pilgrims - Jenni Fagan
  28. The Huntress of Thornbeck Forest - Melanie Dickerson
  29. After Alice - Gregory Maguire
  30. Amazing Fantastic Incredible: A Marvelous Memoir - Stan Lee
  31. Armoires and Arsenic - Cassie Page
  32. Winter Chill - Joanne Fluke
  33. The Midas Tree - Lesley Phillips
  34. The Deathday Letter - Shaun David Hutchinson
  35. Fractured - Catherine McKenzie
  36. Hotel of the Lost (Hotel Ruby) - Suzanne Young
  37. The Right Wrong Number - Barbara Delinsky
  38. Cold, Cold Heart - Karin Slaughter
  39. The Midnight Games - David Neil Lee
  40. Never Let You Go - Chevy Stevens
  41. The Candidate - Lis Wiehl
  42. Wake Up To The Word - Joyce Meyer
  43. A Court Of Mist And Fury - Sarah J. Maas
  44. Carniepunk: The Three Lives of Lydia - Delilah S. Dawson
  45. The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel - Deborah Moggach
  46. Hollow City - Ransom Riggs
  47. Isle of the Lost - Melissa De La Cruz
  48. Heartless - Marissa Meyer
  49. Stardust - Neil Gaiman
  50. Dec 4

**No compensation was received for posting. This post is part of an annual reading challenge.


Comments

  1. I'd love to try this in 2016! I don't read as much as I used to.

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  2. I don't know if I can do it :s

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  3. Glad you are back for another round. Cheers to a wonderful reading New Year!

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  4. Paula, jump in, start reading and see how far you get!

    Gagy, Sure you can. Start small and build up to 52 books. You can set your own goal.

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