The Reading Challenge List 2016

THE READING CHALLENGE LIST

The two reading challenges I take part are the Goodreads reading challenge and the one from Hebban.nl . Hebban.nl has made a wonderful original reading challenge list. I wrote already about the Reading Challenge of 2016.

The challenge document of Hebban in Dutch you can find here –>HRC2016_lijst (copyright to Hebban.nl) and use #hrc2016 to let them know your progress!

On this page I keep track of books and which challenges they complete if I read them. What I have read in 2016 will we see at the end of this year.

The following two lists are sort by author and if I read a book in Dutch, the title is mentioned in Dutch too.

The books I want to read in English:
  1. Burton, Jessie – The Miniaturist – 433 pages
  2. Brown, Dan – Digital Fortress – 510 pages
  3. Conn, Claudy – Netherby Halls – 249 pages
  4. Daugherty, C.J. – Night School – 455 pages
  5. Flynn, Gillian – Gone Girl – 466 pages
  6. Froome, Chris – The Climb – 435 pages
  7. Green, John – The Fault in our Stars – 317 pages
  8. Lee, Harper – To Kill a Mockingbird – 309 pages
  9. McNare, Jennifer – Until You – 308 pages
  10. Paolini, Christopher – Eldest (Eragon #2) – 1016 pages
  11. Rowling, J.K. – The Casual Vacancy – 568 pages
  12. Simsion, Graeme – The Rosie Effect (#2)- 420 pages
  13. Simsion, Graeme – The Rosie Project (#1)- 330 pages
  14. Smith, L.J. – The Vampire Diaries (#1) The Awakening – 199 pages
  15. Smith, L.J. – The Vampire Diaries (#2) The Struggle -189 pages
  16. Smith, L.J. – The Vampire Diaries (#3) The Fury – 192 pages
  17. Smith, L.J. – The Vampire Diaries (#4) The Reunion – 217 pages
  18. Wilson, Daniel H. – Robopocalypse – 371 pages
  19. Wilson, Daniel H. – Robogenesis (#2) – 365 pages
Statistics of the English books:

Books: 19
Total: 7349 pages
Average per book = 386 pages

The books I want to read in Dutch:
  1. Andel, Margaretha van – Ik – 176 pages
  2. Bilton, Nick – De Twitter Story – 348 pages
  3. Boyle, T.C. – Wie storm zaait – 367 pages
  4. Christie, Agatha – Het ABC mysterie – 216 pages
  5. Dayton, Arwen Elys – Seeker – 383 pages
  6. Doyle, Arthur Conan – De memoires van Sherlock Holmes – 301 pages
  7. Enger, Thomas – Schijndood – 334 pages
  8. French, Nicci – Verlies – 133 pages
  9. Gaylin, Allison – En ze was – 335 pages
  10. Gelder, Henk van – Joop van den Ende / de biografie – 391 pages
  11. Gerritsen, Tess – Het spoor terug – 318 pages
  12. Groenhuijsen, Charles – Hoera! Een nieuwe president – 231 pages
  13. Harrewijn, Astrid – Miss Communicatie – 271 pages
  14. Hermans, Willem Frederik – De donkere kamer van Damokles – 319 pages
  15. Lore, Pittacus – De Kracht van Zes (Lorien series #2) – 278 pages
  16. Luiten, Hetty – Verdwenen op IJsland – 224 pages
  17. Lupton, Rosamund – Later – 415 pages
  18. Matheson, Richard – I am Legend – 188 pages
  19. Mulder, Siska – Zus – 208 pages
  20. Post, Willem – Keerpunt / Amerika voor, op en na 11 september – 156 pages
  21. Reichelt, Julian – In de frontlinie – 236 pages
  22. Vermeer, Suzanne – Mont Blanc – 304 pages
  23. Vermeer, Suzanne – Winterberg – 259 pages
  24. Vlugt, Simone van der – De reünie – 336 pages
  25. Walter, Jess – Schitterende ruïnes – 410 pages
  26. Weisberger, Lauren – De wraak van Prada – 383 pages
  27. Weldon, Fay – Macht der Gewoonte – 303 pages
Statistics of the Dutch books:

Books: 27
Total: 7859 pages
Average per book = 291 pages

Statistics Total:

Books: 46
Total: 15208 pages
Average per book = 331 pages
366 days in 2016 = 41 pages a day
and six more books to go…

THE CHALLENGE OF HEBBAN TRANSLATED TO ENGLISH:
  1. A book with over 500 pages
  2. A book from the 19th century
  3. A book that was made into a movie
  4. A book with a hebbanrecensie of one or two stars
  5. A humorous book
  6. A book that was published this year = 2016
  7. A début novel by a Flemish author
  8. A trilogy
  9. A book that appeared in your year of birth = 1992
  10. A book that you have in an evening
  11. A book without human characters
  12. A book that has won a Hebban Award
  13. A book by an author with your initials
  14. A book that you borrow from your neighbor
  15. A prohibited / banned book
  16. A book that you absolutely do not want to read
  17. A biography
  18. One of the most purchased, but least read books
  19. A tenth novel by an author
  20. A collection of stories
  21. A graphic novel
  22. A book full of romance
  23. A book that you found really too exciting
  24. A book of Scandinavian author
  25. A book that takes place in the future
  26. A favorite book that you were in your youth
  27. A book with a number in the title
  28. A true book
  29. A book with a color in the title
  30. A massive known book that everyone has read but you are not
  31. A non-fiction book
  32. A book with a title of one word
  33. A book that takes place on another continent
  34. A book that was on the exam table, but you never want to read
  35. A book by an author of whom you’ve never heard of
  36. A detective
  37. A book written by someone younger than thirty
  38. A romantic book by a male author
  39. A historical book
  40. A book that you should cry
  41. A book with a very long title
  42. A magical book
  43. A book that you’ve long been in your possession, but have not read
  44. A childhood classic
  45. A book that Runs through the book panel of The World By recommended
  46. A book that is recommended in the library
  47. A book with an unhappy ending
  48. A début novel by a very successful author
  49. Free choice

Which book(s) will you read in 2016?

Greetings by Sophie

 

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