Reading Challenge 2019

As a part of Write Tribe Reading Challenge: 12/24

1A book that is a TranslationOne Part Woman – Perumal Murugan,  Aniruddan Vasudevan (Translator)
2A book written by a Female authorEleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine – Gail Honeyman
3A book written by someone of a different nationality/color/ethnic group than youTell Tale – Jeffrey Archer
4A book from the Man Booker Prize long-list (any year)Ministry of utmost happiness – Arundathi Roy
5A book from WWII time periodThe Boy in Striped Pajamas – John Boyne 
6A retelling of your favorite fairytale/classicPalace of Illusions – Chitra Banerjee Divakurni
7A book featuring a hobbyThe Mindful Writer –
Dinty W Moore
8A book with a name in the titleLooking for Alaska – John Greene
9A book with orange coverThe Subtle Art of not giving a F*ck – Mark Manson
10A book set in a country that you visited/want to visitWhen in Rome… – By Gemma Townley
11A book that was a giftHow to be a Bawse – Lily Singh
12A book with an animal in the title/coverBeartown – Fredrick Backman
13A classic which you’ve never readSad Cypress – Agatha Christie
14A book your mom loves**** Still Searching***
15A book recommended by a celebrity An American Marriage – Tayari Jones
16A book on crime-solvingBitter Roots – C.J. Carmichael
17A memoirBecoming – Michelle Obama
18A book with four words in titleThe gifts of imperfection – Brene Brown
19A book written by an author who is new to youInner Engineering: A yogi’s guide to joy – Sadguru
20A book which is a 2019 releaseForest of Enchantments – Chitra Banerjee Divakurni 
21A book made into a movieLittle Fires Everywhere – Ng Celeste
22A book that has a mythical/imaginary creature**** Still Searching***
23A book you bought just because of its cover/a book with a beautiful coverOf Course its Butterfingers – Khyrunnisa
24A drama/poetry bookThe Essential Rumi – Rumi, Coleman Barks, John Moyne