Bookshelf 2017

1. A book from the Goodreads Choice Awards 2016: Wolf Hollow by Lauren Wolk
2. A book with at least two perspectives: The Outs by E.S. Wesley
3. A book you meant to read in 2016: My Heart and Other Black Holes by Jasmine Warga
4. A title that doesn’t contain the letter ‘E’: Jolly Foul Play by Robin Stevens
5. A historical fiction book: Prisoner of the Inquisition by Theresa Breslin
6. A book being released as a movie in 2017: All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven
7. A book with an animal on the cover or in the title: The Patron Saint of Butterflies by Cecilia Galante
8. A book written by a person of colour: Tiny Pretty Things by Sona Charaipotra & Dhonielle Clayton
9. A book in the middle of your TBR: Night Runner by Tim Bowler
10. A dual-timeline novel: Station Eleven by Emily St John Mandel
11. A category from another challenge -> A book set during wartime (Popsugar 2017): Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys
12. A book based on a myth: Everneath by Brodi Ashton
13. A book recommended by one of your favourite authors: Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell
14. A book with a strong female character: Under Rose-Tainted Skies by Louise Gornall
15. A book written or set in Scandinavia: My Grandmother Sends Her Regards and Apologises by Fredrik Backman
16. A mystery book: Fix Me by Lisa Cronkhite 
17. A book will illustrations: The Five Stages of Andrew Brawley by Shaun David Hutchinson
18. A really long book (600+ pages): Gemina by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff
19. A New York Times best-seller: Illuminae by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff
20. A book you’ve owned for a while but haven’t got around to reading: Emmy & Oliver by Robin Benway
21. A book that is a continuation of a book you’ve already read: Kiss & Tell by Jacqueline Green
22. A book by an author that you haven’t read before: A Study in Charlotte by Brittany Cavallaro
23. A book from the BBC “The Big Read” list: Noughts & Crosses by Malorie Blackman
24. A book written by at least two authors: Beck by Mal Peet & Meg Rosoff
25. A book about a famous historical figure: Will in Scarlet by Matthew Cody
26. An adventure book: Railhead by Philip Reeve
27. A book by one of your favourite authors: All Fall Down by Ally Carter
28. A non-fiction book: Mail Obsession by Mark Mason
29. A book published outside one of the four main publishing houses: Paper Covers Rock by Jenny Hubbard
30. A book from Goodreads’ ‘Top 100 YA Books’: The Fever Code by James Dashner
31. A book from a sub-genre of your favourite genre: Dangerous Lies by Becca Fitzpatrick
32. A book with a long title (5+ words, excluding subtitles): The Smell of Other People’s Houses by Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock
33. A magical realism novel: The Odds of Lightning by Jocelyn Davies
34. A book set in, or written by, an author from the southern hemisphere: Taken by David Massey
35. A book where one of the main characters is royalty: The Queen of the Tearling by Erika Johansen
36. A Hugo Award winner or nominee: Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card
37. A book you choose randomly: Two Lies and a Spy by Kat Carlton
38. A novel inspired by a classic work of literature: Seas by Colleen Oakes
39. An epistolary novel: Words in Deep Blue by Cath Crowley
40. A book published in 2017: Keeping the Beat by Marie Powell & Jeff Norton
41. A book with an unreliable narrator: The Walls Around Us by Nova Ren Suma
42. A best book of the 21st century (so far): Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins
43. A book with a chilling atmosphere: This Is Where It Ends by Marieke Nijkamp
44. A recommendation from “What Should I Read Next”: One of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus
45. A book with a one-word title: Swarm by Scott Westerfeld, Margo Lanagan & Deborah Biancotti
46. A time travel novel: Dream Me by Kathryn Berla
47. A past suggestion that didn’t win -> A book with fewer than 1,000 Goodreads ratings: The Border by Steve Schafer
48. A banned book: Go Ask Alice by Anonymous
49. A book from someone else’s library: A Quiet Kind of Thunder by Sara Barnard
50. A Penguin Modern Classic  JOKER CARD: Acceleration by Graham McNamee
51. A collection: Let’s Get Lost by Adi Alsaid
52. A book set in a fictional location: The Kill Order by James Dashner

Wildcards:

#1 ~ First Class Murder by Robin Stevens
#2 ~ The Coldest Girl in Coldtown by Holly Black
#3The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli
#4 ~ The Names They Gave Us by Emery Lord
#5 ~ The Assassin Game by Kirsty McKay
#6 ~ When We Collided by Emery Lord
#7 ~ Nick & Charlie by Alice Oseman
#8 ~ Stars by Colleen Oakes
#9 ~ Shadow by Colleen Oakes
#10 ~ Reached by Ally Condie
#11 ~ The Foxhole Court by Nora Sakavic
#12 ~ The Raven King by Nora Sakavic
#13 ~ The King’s Men by Nora Sakavic
#14 ~ 100 Days by Nicole McInnes
#15Saving Francesca by Melina Marchetta
#16 ~ Powerless by Tera Lynn Childs & Tracy Deebs
#17 ~ All Our Yesterdays by Cristin Terrill
#18 ~ The Life and Loves of a She Devil by Fay Weldon

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