Bookish BINGO Spring 2015
Here are my picks for Great Imagination's Bookish BINGO Spring 2015 Reading Challenge!
My Murder Mystery Pick -- It may not be a traditional murder mystery pick, but Grace does try to find her mother's murderer!
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Forgotten Friday -- Hush, Hush is one of my favourite series yet I haven't brought myself to actually finish the series!
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Aussie Author -- This was almost my forgotten friday pick!
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I read this immediately after it came out but couldn't remember what happened when I read the sequel! Definitely want to finish this series this summer!
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Dark Contemporary -- I've heard rave reviews about this book plus it deals with a topic I've never read about: incest
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Classics Pick -- I'm one of the few girls I know who hasn't read this book or at the very least seen a movie
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Yellow Cover -- This has been sitting on my Kobo forever it seems!
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April, May or June Release -- The highly anticipated Beautiful Bastard and Wild Seasons crossover!
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Rain or Storm in the Title -- This one was highly recommended by one of my best friends
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Sarah J. Maas
High Fantasy -- Attempt #2 to finish this book!
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Parental Relationships -- While I think this book will mostly focus on the hero's relationship with his girlfriend, I think it shows the affect of parental relationships with their children
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Bullying -- I'm hoping this will be like Thirteen Reasons Why but with a more updated feel
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FREE -- I've been dying to read this book for a very long time!
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Dorothy Must Die Stories: No Place Like Oz, The Witch Must Burn, The Wizard Returns (Dorothy Must Die Novella)
Anthology or Collection -- I randomly stumbled upon the Dorothy Must Die novels and have heard that it is helpful to read these short stories prior to the novels
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WWII -- This one has been on my list for a while but it also crosses over with another challenge (Everything YA) where I have to read a movie adaptation
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This Dark Endeavor: The Apprenticeship of Victor Frankenstein (Apprenticeship of Victor Frnkenstein)
Horror -- I'm not a huge horror fan but these books were very popular in Canada plus they crossover for my Canadian Bingo
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Thieves, Assassins, Pirates -- I've been wanting to read this sequel for ages and I'm hoping this challenge will push me to actually read it!
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V. E. Schwab
Parallel Universe This one has been making the rounds on various blogs so I'm looking forward to seeing what all the fuss is about!
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Green Cover -- Loved Beth Revis' other series, Across the Universe, and this one was a steal on Kobo one day!
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Sharon M. Draper
#weneeddiversebooks -- This was recommended for fans of Stolen by Lucy Christopher, one of my favourite standalone novels ever!
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Illustrated Cover -- Yet another blog favourite!
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Part of Trilogy -- Hopefully we will get more answers in this installment!
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An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth: What Going to Space Taught Me About Ingenuity, Determination, and Being Prepared for Anything
Nonfiction or Memoir -- Chris Hadfield quickly become a hero of mine during his time in space and this book has been sitting on my shelf for far to long!
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Historical -- I wanted to pick books that I have sitting around and this one has been on my Kindle forever!
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Plants on Cover -- I loved Wendy Higgins Sweet Trilogy and couldn't wait to see what other books she has written!
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