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The 2015 Reading Challenge… and how it went.

Because of the hard and hectic life of a Pre-med student, all hobbies were put aside and academics became a priority the last few months of 2015, which is why my reading challenge is kind of depressing to know… still, I want to share the great books I’ve read to showcase–no matter how little–the time i’ve spent to read these amazing books.

If you guys can remember the post I did about doing the Reading Challenge, then we’ll start off with the list, if not… Well, here’s the link to to that.

Now, Let’s begin!

 A book with more than 500 pages- i don’t have the time to read that many pages… 
 A classic romance– Love Lines by S. Walden
LoveLines (The Wilmington Saga, #1)
a kind that is simple enough to focus on their love and relationship and at the same time to overcome the obstacles of one having OCD. (review will be posted soon.)
 A book that became a movie– Paper Towns by John Green
 I regret not reading this early… and now, I regret reading it at all… John Green, you never cease to satisfy me and let me down. (Review of this book here!)
 A book published this yearThe fill-in Boyfriend by Kasie West
– (Review here!)
 A book with a number on the title- didn’t have one. or two…
 A book written by someone under 30- The Heartbroken Heartbreaker by Sam Madison
I’ve read this on Wattpad, and it was made by a girl in her twenties now, but started writing this during her late teen years. It was a nice story, and I was really caught up with the characters.
 A book with non human charactersMatefinder by Leia Stone
Now, this one got me hooked and reminded me how fascinated I am with the supernatural. (Review here!)
 A funny book- though some books made me laugh, no book passed my standard to be under a funny book.
 A book by a female author- Cracked up to be by Courtney Summers
-(Review here!)
 A mystery or thriller- Missing by Catherine Mcphail
 A book with a one word title
 A book of short stories
 A book set on a different country
 A non fiction
 A popular author’s first book
A book from the author you love that you haven’t read yet
 A book a friend recommended
 A pulitzer prize winning  book
 A book based on true story
 A book at the bottom of your to read list.
 A book your mom loves
 A boot that scares you
 A book more than a 100 yrs old
 A book entirely based on its cover-Pretending to be Erica by Michelle Painchaud
 A book you were supposed to read in school but didn’t.
 A memoir
 A book that you can finish in a day- Pure lust by Jayne Kingston
– (Review here!)
 A book with antonyms in the title
 A book set somewhere you’ve always wanted to visit– Beauty From Love by Georgia Cates
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This book is set in Australia, somewhere I’ve been dreaming to go to as well, as much as I wanted to go to New York. 
 A book that came out the year you were born
 A book with bad reviews – Nobody by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
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this book did have bad reviews before I read it… And my review was added after I read this… I was thinking of defending it at first when I started reading it, but it was that bad… I can’t defend it at all.
 A trilogy- The Syrena Legacy— Of poseidon, Of Triton,  Of Neptune by Anna Banks
 A book from your childhood
 A book with a love triangle – Void by Cassy Roop
 –(my review here!)
 A book set in the future
 A book set in high school –Gone too far by Natalie D. Richards
 A book with color in the title
 A book with magic- darkness becomes her by kellie keaton
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 A book that made you cry
 A graphic novel
 A book by an author you’ve never read before –Say what you will by cammie mcgovern
 A book that you own but have never read
 A book that takes place in your hometown
 A book that was originally written in a different language
 A book set during Christmas – Confessions of reformed tom cat by Daisy Prescott
 A book written by an author with your same initials
 A play
 A banned book
 A book based or turned into a tv show
 A book you started but never finished.
All in all, 17 books checked off… and 33 list unchecked…
This was a bad idea at all… *laughing at myself*
though, it was a good challenge, and it urged me to read at least this many just to check some things off.

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