Linz the Bookworm Reading Challenge

In this challenge, the goal is to read complete different “levels.” My goal is to attain at least level 2 with 24 books, but I’m going to be an overachiever. As I complete my books, I will list them here. Join the challenge and see the complete rules here!

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Level 1: Book of the Month Club

1. A book with a red cover: Switched (Trylle Chronicles, #1) by Amanda Hocking
2. Read a YA fiction: Hate List by Jennifer Brown
 3. A book under 300 pages: How to be Mindful by Anna Barnes
4. A book you got for free: The Lie by C.L. Taylor
 5. Reread the first book of a series you love: Foundations (Collegium Chonicles, #1 by Mercedes Lackey
6. Read a book that takes place during the summer
7. A book whose title starts with the letter M: Mute (Dragon Runners, #1) by ML Nystrom
8. Read a romance novel: Bound (Fire on Ice, #1) by Brenda Rothert
9. A book that has been turned into a TV Show or Movie: The Beach House (Beach House, #1) by Mary Alice Monroe
10. A book with a title done in alliteration (example: Pride and Prejudice): Second Star by Alyssa Sheinmel
11. A New York Time’s Best Seller (Past or Present):
12. Free Space- Pick any book!: Insignia (Insignia, #1) by S.J. Kincaid

Level 2: Casual Reader Club

13. A book by John Grisham
14. Read a Fantasy novel: Intrigues (Collegium Chronicles #1) by Mercedes Lackey
15. Read a book with a color in the title
16. Reread a book you have recommended to someone else: Brightly Burning by Mercedes Lackey
17. Read a detective novel
18. A book with a number in the title
19. Read a book about dragons
20. Read a book published by Penguin Random House
21. Read a book found on Project Gutenberg
22. A book about an artist (fictional or real)
23. A book that was published in 1999
24. Free Space- Pick any book!

Level 3: Dedicated Reader Club

25. Read book 1 in a trilogy: The Oathbound (Vows and Honor, #1) by Mercedes Lackey
26. Read book 2 in the same trilogy: Oathbreakers (Vows and Honor, #2) by Mercedes Lackey
27. Read book 3 in the same trilogy: The Oathblood (Vows and Honor, #3) by Mercedes Lackey
28. Read a book recommended by a friend on Social Media
29. A book about a Librarian
30. A book about breaking a code or a treasure hunt
31. Read a book by Brandon Sanderson
32. Read a book that takes place in a large city: The Other Woman by Sandie Jones
33. A book suggested by
34. A book for under $3.00: Brick (Dragon Runners, #5) by ML Nystrom
35. A book with exactly three words in the title: Meet the Sky by McCall Hoyle
36. Free Space- Pick any book!

Level 4: Speed-Reader Club

37. A book over 500 pages: A Clash of Kings (A Song of Fire and Ice, #2) by George R.R. Martin
38. A book about time travel
39. A book with a form of weather in the title
40. Read a book published in 1969
41. A book authored by a Catherine/Katherine or variant
42. A book by Anne Rice
43. A book from Time’s All-time top 100 book list (find it here)
44. Read a coming of age novel: Wild Bird by Wendelin van Draanen
45. A book involving mythology
46. Read a self-published book
47. A book with the word dream in the title
48. Free Space- Pick any book!

Level 5: Overachiever Club

49. Read a book on a banned book list
50. The most recent book in a series you haven’t finished
51. A book that you judged by its cover (either positively or neatively): The Best Lies by Sarah Lyu
52. A book that takes place in your home state: Panic by Lauren Oliver
53. A book that takes place before 1965
54. Read a biography
55. Read a book you’ve previously abandoned
56. A book about a real or fictional politician
57. A book set in Asia
58. A book with a tree or forest on the cover
59. A book with the letter Z in the title 
60. Free Space- Pick any book!