January 3, 2021

Reading Challenge 2021


Hello, everyone! Happy New Year! Since we are already a few days in 2021, it's time to set the new reading challenge. If you have been following this blog, you already know what my reading challenge is all about. It is a difficult one that is sure to make you read diverse books. 

So, in 2021 we will read the following books:
  1. a novel from Europe: World Light, by Halldór Laxness
  2. a novel from the Middle East
  3. a novel from East Asia: 
  4. a novel from North America: 
  5. a novel from South America:
  6. a novel from Oceania: 
  7. a novel from Africa:
  8. a novel that won the Man Booker Prize: The Remains of the Day, by Kazuo Ishiguro
  9. a novel that won the Pulitzer Prize:
  10. a novel written by a Nobel Prize recipient: Klara and the Sun, by Kazuo Ishiguro
  11. a play:
  12. a book of poetry: The Princess Saves Herself in This One, by Amanda Lovelace
  13. a collection of short stories: After the Quake, by Haruki Murakami
  14. a manga:
  15. a superhero comic:
  16. a non-superhero comic: The Shadows, Vincent Zabus, Hippolyte
  17. a classic:
  18. a non-fiction book: But is It Art?: An Introduction to Art Theory, by Cynthia Freeland
  19. a memoir/biography: 
  20. a novel that won the Nebula Award:
So, this is it! Even though it is quite demanding, you can use the same book for multiple categories. Let's make 2021 a year full of interesting reads!

Feel free to join me!