You wouldn't believe the amount of time it took me to choose the books for the challenge. Hours. I guess I'm
You can expect all of these scrupulously chosen books to be reviewed by moi, here on the blog starting in January.
5 points: A book that is at least 200 pages long. – La Vie Intelligente, livre 1 : le Projet Renaissance, by Martin Jackal Neisil (French only)
10 points: A book that begins with the “A”, “An”, or “The”. – The Holy Spirit and the Spirit of Reiki: One Source, One Spirit, by Ruth Mayeux Allen Ph. D.
10 points: Read a book with a two word title. – Pas pleurer, by Lydie Salvayre (the English version is: “Don’t Cry”.)
15 points: Read a book with an animal in the title. – Les yeux jaunes des crocodiles, Katherine Pancol (the English version is: “The Yellow Eyes of Crocodiles”)
20 points: The first letter of your first name – Sulak, by Philippe Jaenada (French only)
20 points: Read a book set in any country in Europe – Celle qui a tous les dons, M. R. Carey (English version is: “The Girl With All The Gifts”)
25 points: Read a book from the NPR’s guide of great books from 2014. – Lila, by Marilynne Robinson
30 points: Read a book by a favourite author that is not a re-read. – Charlotte, by David Foenkinos
30 points: Read a book by a comedian or comedic actor. – Yes Please, by Amy Poehler
35 points: Read a book about science, discovery, or a scientific process. Proof of Heaven: A Neurosurgeon's Journey into the Afterlife, by Eben Alexander
Here's the link to the Facebook book challenge. This temporarily public FB group will become private once the challenge starts in January.