Erin’s Book Challenge

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Erin’s Book Challenge 8.0

I chanced upon this reading challenge in Sanch’s post, and it felt interesting and quite doable. Ten books in four months, one under each of the categories. There’s a Facebook group for the challenge too. I’ve chosen books that will fit the bill, so hopefully, I can get this done.

  1. Freebie (i.e. any book with 200+ pages) (5 points)
    • Drop Shot, by Harlan Coben (Reviewed on 2nd Jan)
  2. Book that starts with the letter L (10 points)
    • (The) Locked Room, by Maj Sjöwall & Per Wahlöö (Reviewed on 8th Jan)
  3. Book with a (mostly) Red cover (10 points)
    • Magpie Murders, by Anthony Horowitz (Reviewed on 18th Jan)
  4. Book with the name of a character in the title (15 points)
    • 7 Secrets of Shiva, by Devdutt Pattanaik (Reviewed on 11th Jan)
  5. Book from Book Riot’s 100 Must-Read Books With Plot Twists (20 points)
    • The Kind Worth Killing, by Peter Swanson (Reviewed on 20th Jan)
  6. Book with Home or House in the title (20 points)
    • Crooked House, by Agatha Christie (Reviewed on 5th Jan)
  7. Book with an author whose first and last names begin with the same letter (25 points)
    • Elixir, by Sinjini Sengupta (Reviewed on 21st Jan)
  8. Book originally in a different language (30 points)
    • One Part Woman, by Perumal Murugan (Reviewed on 22nd Jan)
  9. Book where most of the action takes place on transportation (30 points)
    • Murder on the Orient Express, by Agatha Christie (Reviewed on 13th Jan)
  10. Book where the character has a debilitating physical illness (35 points)
    • Still Alice, by Lisa Genova (Reviewed on 14th Jan)