Friday, February 4, 2022

HELMET reading challenge TBR :)

 Hello there! :)

Here is my ever-changing and unfinished list of books I want to read for the HELMET reading challenge this year. If you have recs for those prompts with question marks, feel free to suggest me some books. Thank you! :)

The Helmet Reading Challenge 2022

1. A book combining fact and fiction

Dan Brown: The Lost Symbol

2. A book where ice or snow plays a major role

Cecelia Ahern: The gift

3. A book with events in which you would like to be involved in

Harry Potter and the philosopher's stone by JK Rowling (re-read) READ 1.1.2022

4. A book with events in which you would not like to be involved in

Good neighbors by Sarah Langan READ 3.1.2022

5. A book featuring someone falling seriously ill

The Strain by Guillermo del Toro and Chuch Hogan

6. A book by an author whose work you have never read before

Kaikki oikein by Anna-Leena Härkönen READ 5.1.2022

7. A book about friendship

JK Rowling: the Christmas pig

8. A book where something that is lost, or thought to be lost, is found

Kitty får en utmaning by Carolyn Keene (re-read) READ 13.1.2022

9. A book whose protagonist belongs to an ethnic minority

GURU by RuPaul Charles READ 23.1.2022

10. A book with a title you find boring

Elton John: ME

11. A book whose events are not recounted in chronological order

Stuart Turton: the seven deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle

12. A poetry book published within the last five years


13. A children’s or young adult’s book published in the 2000s

Eragon by Christopher Paolini

14. A book about a historical event

East of Eden by John Steinbeck

15. A book about a topic you want to learn more about

Johanna Huhtamäki & Vappu Pimiä: Valonantajat

16. A book with chapters with titles

Taru Luojola: Myöhempien aikojen liiketoimintamahdollisuuksia

17. A book that has stirred public debate or caused a scandal

Anne Frank

18. A book written by a journalist

The lost child of Philomena Lee by Martn Sixsmith (re-read)

19. A book has at least three different narrators

the bible

20. A book with characters who have supernatural abilities

Leigh Bardugo: SIx of crows

21. A book that relates to your childhood

Sweet valley Saga part one by Francine Pascal (re-read)

22. A book containing text messages, emails or social media updates

Sophie KInsella: the confessions of a shopaholic

23. A small book

Pocket wisdom by RuPaul Charles (re-read)

24. A book written by an author from the Middle East

Khaled Hosseini: a thousand splendid suns

25. A book with a title that includes a cardinal direction

Northanger Abby by Jane Austen

26. A book related to civic activism

Jay Asher: 13 reasons why

27. A book recommended by another Reading Challenge participant


28. A book with a minor as its protagonist

Delia Owens: Where the crawdads sing

29. A book that describes good and evil

V. E. Schwab: The invisible life of Addie Larue

30. A book featuring relocating to a new country

Wilhelm Moberg: Utvandrarna

31. A book that includes something you find important

The world according to Garp by John Irving (re-read)

32. A book that breaks community standards

Brady Udall: The lonely polygamist

33. A book set in Africa

Alexander McCall Smith: Ladies number one detective agency

34. A book written by an author whose name includes a nature word

Gunilla Back: Gränsgångare

35. A book including a trial

Stieg Larsson: Män som hatar kvinnor (re-read)

36. A book that follows the lives of many generations

Monika Fagerholm: Den amerikanska flickan (re-read)

37. A book with a cover or title that makes you feel good

Johanna Huhtamäki: pakkopositiivusuudesta tasapainoon

38. A book where a dream or goal is achieved

Francine Pascal: Teacher's pet (re-read)

39. A collection of short stories

Äänellä jonka kuulet by Heidi Airaksinen, Edi Kabon and Taru Luojola

40. A book about a country that no longer exists

Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy

41. A comic book or book about a superhero

Marissa Meyer: Renegades

42. A book about living in a commune or shared flat

Rainbow Rowell: Carry on

43. A book that meets at least three of the challenge items

Jerusalem by Selma Lagerlöf

44. A book with a title that includes a name of a city

Anne på Ingleside by LM Montgomery (re-read)

45. An award-winning debut novel


46. A book with a cover that is mostly red or a title that includes the word red

JRR Tolkien: The lord of the rings

47.–⁠48. Two books written by authors belonging to the same family or related to one another

Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte and Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

49. A book published in 2022


50. A book recommended by library staff

Julia Quinn: The Duke and I AND Petra Olli -painija by Mikko Kekäläinen

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