Popsugar Reading Challenge

I år hiver jeg meg med på Popsugars reading challange. Jeg har planer om å lese 52 bøker til sammen, kanskje mer, så jeg skal vel klare å komme meg gjennom denne lista også. De jeg har klart, merker jeg lilla.

1. A book recommended by a librarian: Monica Isakstien: Vær snill med dyrene
2. A book that’s been on your TBR list for way too long: Hillary Waugh: Uskyld står for fall
3. A book of letters: Liv Gulbrandsen: Papirfly
4. An audiobook: Alice Sebold: The lovely bones
5. A book by a person of color: Nicola Yoon: Everything, everything (2016)
6. A book with one of the four seasons in the title: Dashiell Hammett: Blodig høst
7. A book that is a story within a story
8. A book with multiple authors
9. An espionage thriller
10. A book with a cat on the cover
11. A book by an author who uses a pseudonym: Elena Ferrante: Svikne dagar (2017)
12. A bestseller from a genre you don’t normally read: David Nicholls: En dag (2009)
13. A book by or about a person who has a disability: Iben Akeleie: Lars er lol (2016)
14. A book involving travel: Joseph Von Eichendorff: En døgenikt (1826)
15. A book with a subtitle: Oda Rygh: Når livet er kjipt – En håndbok for unge folk (2015)
16. A book that’s published in 2017: Frode Granhus: Forliset (2017)
17. A book involving a mythical creature: Asbjørn Rydland: Galderstjerna (2016)
18. A book you’ve read before that never fails to make you smile
19. A book about food
20. A book with career advice
21. A book from a nonhuman perspective: Jacob Wegelius: Morderens ape (2017)
22. A steampunk novel
23. A book with a red spine: Monika Steinholm: Nærmere kommer vi ikke (2016) 
24. A book seet in the wilderness: Katherine Arden: The bear and the nightingale (2017)
25. A book you loved as a child
26. A book by an author from a country you’ve never visited: Kate Grenville: Sarah Thornhill
27. A book with a title that’s a character’s name: Janne Drangsholt: Ingrid Winters makeløse mismot (2015)
28. A novel set during wartime: Kim Leine: De søvnløse (2016)
29. A book with an unreliable narrator: Emily Barr: The one memory of Flora Banks (2017)
30. A book with Pictures: Jakob Wegelius; Legenden om Sally Jones
31. A book where the main character is a different ethnicity than you: Bare i Brooklyn: Una LaMarche
32. A book about an interesting woman:
33. A book set in two different time periods: Sarah Jio: Morgengry
34. A book with a month or day of the week in the title: Sarah Jio: Frost i mai
35. A book set in a hotel
36. A book written by someone you admire:
37. A book that’s becoming a movie in 2017
38. A book set around a holiday other than Christmas
39. The first book in a series you haven’t read before: Martin Fyrilev: Portvokteren (2014)
40. A book you bought on a trip


1. A book recommended by an author you love
2. A bestseller from 2016: Ruta Sepetys: Salt to the sea (2016)
3. A book with a family member term in the title: Per Knutsen: Broren til Hugo (2016)
4. A book that takes place over a character´s life span
5. A book about an immigrant or refugee: Ruta Sepetys: Salt to the sea (2016)
6. A book from a genre/subgenre you’ve never heard of
7. A book with an eccentric character: Fuck verden (2015)
8. A book that’s more than 800 pages: Ringenes herre
9. A book you got from a used book sale
10. A book that’s been mentioned in another book
11. A book about a difficult topic: All the Ugly and Wonderful things (2016) 
12. A book based on mythology: Katherine arden: The bear and the nightingale (2017)