Reading Challenge

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Join us in our adventure to read as many fun books as we can this year! Find a book that fits one of the descriptions above and tag us on social media. We’re on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram under @theliasblog.

This way we can check out what you’re reading this year! And of course, we’ll keep you guys updated on our latest book choices as well.


 

  1. A Graphic Novel: Hellblazer by Jamie Delano.
    Our Rating: 4/5 stars.
    Check it out here.

    “People should learn the names of things. They’re more important when you know what they’re called — harder to forget.”

     

  2. A book set in space: Artemis by Andy Weir.
    Our Rating: 2/5 stars.
    Check it out here.

    “On a scale from one to ‘invade Russia in winter,’ how stupid is this plan?”

     

  3. Written by a POC: The Hate You Give by Angie Thomas.
    Our Rating: 5/5 stars.
    Check it out here.

    “Sometimes you can do everything right and things will still go wrong. The key is to never stop doing right.”

     

  4. A Canadian Author: Exit, Pursued by a Bear by E.K. Johnston.
    Our Rating: 3/5 stars.
    Check it out here.

    “I didn’t used to overthink my choices quite so much. Then someone made what I’ve always been told is a very important choice for me, and now I tend to overthink everything else.”

     

  5. A book that became a movie: Call Me By Your Name by André Aciman.
    Our Rating: 4/5 stars.
    Check it out here.

    “We rip out so much of ourselves to be cured of things faster than we should that we go bankrupt by the age of thirty and have less to offer each time we start with someone new. But to feel nothing so as not to feel anything – what a waste!”

     

  6. Author with the same first initial as yours: Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu.
    Our Rating: 5/5 stars.
    Check it out here.

    “It occurs to me that this is what it means to be a feminist. Not a humanist or an equalist or whatever. But a feminist. It’s not a bad word. After today it might be my favorite word. Because really all it is is girls supporting each other and wanting to be treated like human beings in a world that’s always finding ways to tell them they’re not.”

     

  7. A book of poetry: Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur.
    Our Rating: 3/5 stars.
    Check it out here.

    “Loneliness is a sign you are in desperate need of yourself.”

     

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