RC: Lucky No. 14

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Another reading challenge I want to join, yeay! Hosted by Books To Share and only need 14 books (with the rules in below) to completing this one. But if want more books to be read, it accepted. Just click on the button in above to find more the rules about this challenge.

1. Visit The Country: Read a book that has setting in a country that you really want to visit in real life. Make sure the setting has a big role in the book and it can make you know a little bit more about your dream destination.

[The Secret Garden! It set in the Yorkshire and I looooove that place so much.]

2. Cover Lust: Pick a book from your shelf that you bought because you fell in love with the cover. Is the content as good as the cover?

[Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys. I have a big expectations with this book.]

3. Blame it on Bloggers: Read a book because you’ve read the sparkling reviews from other bloggers. Don’t forget to mention the blogger’s names too!

[Me Before You. She’s Mia from Mia Membaca, I remember I read her comment in GR but I dont know she has wrote the review on her blog or not.]

4. Bargain All The Way: Ever buying a book because it’s so cheap you don’t really care about the content? Now it’s time to open the book and find out whether it’s really worth your cents.

[Mr. Popper’s Penguin. I got this only 10k from P+ :p]

5. (Not So) Fresh From the Oven: Do you remember you bought/got a new released book last year but never had a chance to read it? Dig it from your pile and bring back the 2013.

[When God Was a Rabbit, Sarah Winman.]

6. First Letter’s Rule: Read a book which title begins with the same letter as your name (for me, Astrid means A, and I can read anything that started with the letter A). Remember: Articles like “a”, “an” or “the” doesn’t count :)

[H! House Rules by Jodi Picoult.]

7. Once Upon a Time: Choose a book that’s been published for the first time before you were born (not necessarily has to be a classic book, just something a little bit older than you is okay. You can read the most recent edition if you want to)

[Fahrenheit 415 by Ray Bradbury, published in 1953.]

8. Chunky Brick: Take a deep breath, and read a book that has more than 500 pages. Yep, the one that you’ve always been afraid of!

[Haha, it’s A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, 664 pages.]

9.  Favorite Author: You like their books, but there are too many titles. This is your chance, choose a book that’s been written by your fave author but you haven’t got time to read it before.

[More Than This by Patrick Ness.]

10. It’s Been There Forever: Pick up a book that has been there on your shelf for more than a year, clean up the dust and start to read it now :)

[Uglies by Scott Westerfeld. I just read less than ten pages, bored with the plot, and then left it.]

11. Movies vs Books: You’ve seen the movie adaptation (or planned to see it soon) but never had time to read the book. It’s time to read it now, so you can compare the book vs the movie.

[My Lord… I’m not sure I will do this haha. It’s Twilight. The first movie of the series was not bad, but the next… OMG. Yeah, I think I need to try read this one.]

12. Freebies Time: What’s the LAST free book you’ve got? Whether it’s from giveaway, a birthday gift or a surprise from someone special, don’t hold back any longer. Open the book and start reading it now :D

[Woah… I’ll added this later ><]

13. Not My Cup of Tea: Reach out to a genre that you’ve never tried (or probably just disliked) before. Whether it’s a romance, horror or non fiction, maybe you will find a hidden gem!

[Aha, I’m fully ready for this. Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs.]

14. Walking Down The Memory Lane: Ever had a book that you loved so much as a kid? Or a book that you wish you could read when you were just a child? Grab it now and prepare for a wonderful journey to the past :) Comic books or graphic novels are allowed!

[Donald Duck……. I forgot where’s the book now, but I’ll find it to read again!!!]

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