Update 2017 Around The Year in 52 Books

Book covers:✔ The Body Finder (The Body Finder, #1) by Kimberly Derting,✔ Fringe by J.J. Adams, Fury From Within by Francis Smith✔,✔ The Roses Underneath by C.F. Yetmen , Red Fox by Lara Fanning ✔ , little girls lost by jonah paine✔, Dangerous Habits (Leah Nash Mysteries, #1) by Susan Hunter✔, The Sea Hawk (Illustrated) by Rafael Sabatini, Eric Edgar Cooke The True Story of The Night Caller (True Crime by Evil Killers #12) by Jack Rosewood, Raiju A Kaiju Hunter Novel by K.H. Koehler, Classic Movies the Best and the Worst Pictures to See! Films to Avoid! by John Howard Reid, Cronin's Key (Cronin's Key, #1) by N.R. Walker, Around the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne,R. I. P. Van Winkle Part I by Joseph Coley, The Asylum by Matt Dymerski✔, Inheritance (Wizards of Seattle, Book #1) by John O'Riley, Moving In (Moving In #1) by Ron Ripley✔, DEEP by J.T. Lomasney, Shadows Gray (Shadows #1) by Melyssa Williams, Climate Control by Robert Penfold, Frankenstein or The Modern Prometheus by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert, The Kalarthri (The Way to Freedom, #1) by H.M. Clarke, The Bride by Julie Garwood✔, The Crown and the Crucible (The Russians, #1) by Michael R. Phillips✔, The Red Knight of Germany The Story of Baron von Richthofen, Germany's Great War Bird by Floyd Gibbons


paper back/hard back books
Splinter Cell (Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell, #1) by David Michaels✔, The Fellowship of the Ring (The Lord of the Rings, #1) by J.R.R. Tolkien✔, The Forgotten Girls by Sara Blaedel✔, Needful Things A Novel by Stephen King✔, Mr. Mercedes (Bill Hodges Trilogy, #1) by Stephen King, The Hungry Moon by Ramsey Campbell, Ghost Ship (NUMA Files, #12) by Clive Cussler, A Court of Thorns and Roses (A Court of Thorns and Roses, #1) by Sarah J. Maas,The Doomsday Key (Sigma Force, #6) by James Rollins, One Mile Under (Ty Hauck, #4) by Andrew Gross, Hollow City (Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children, #2) by Ransom Riggs, Golden Buddha (Oregon Files, #1) by Clive Cussler, Field of Prey (Lucas Davenport, #24) by John Sandford, Great Speeches by Native Americans by Bob Blaisdell, Narrative of Sojourner Truth by Sojourner Truth✔, The Sinner (Graveyard Queen, #5) by Amanda Stevens✔, The Secret Of Excalibur (Nina Wilde & Eddie Chase, #3) by Andy McDermott✔, A Bridge Too Far by Cornelius Ryan✔, Apprentice in Death (In Death, #43) by J.D. Robb✔, Hell's Gate (R. J. MacCready #1) by Bill Schutt✔, Life As We Knew It (Last Survivors, #1) by Susan Beth Pfeffer

audio books:
Kidnapped (David Balfour, #1) by Robert Louis Stevenson✔, Anne of Green Gables (Anne of Green Gables, #1) by L.M. Montgomery,

ARCs:
, Ink and Bone by Lisa Unger✔, Ararat by Christopher Golden✔, Snakes of the Eastern United States by Whit Gibbons

 

Total done :27

✔Week 1 (A book from the 2016 Goodreads Choice Awards):Ink and Bone1/1/17
✔Week 2 (A book with at least 2 perspectives):The Body Finder1/7/17
✔Week 3 (A book that you meant to read in 2016):Fringe1/9/17
✔Week 4 (A book with a title that doesn't contain the letter "E"):Fury From Within1/15/17
✔Week 5 (An historical fiction):The Roses Underneath1/19/17
✔Week 6 (A book being released as a movie in 2017):Splinter Cell1/25/17
Week 7 (A book with an animal on the cover or in the title):Red Fox1/29/17
✔Week 8 (A book written by a person of colour):Narrative of Sojourner Truth1/30/17
✔Week 9 (A book in the middle of your TBR list):little girls lost2/4/17
✔Week 10 : wild card:a book that you chose because of its cover: The Sinner (Graveyard Queen, #5) by Amanda Stevens The Sinner2/11/17
✔Week 11 (A category from another challenge):The Book Riot Challenge 2015 Harder Challenge: an audio book: Kidnapped2/10/17
✔Week 12 (A book based on a myth):The Secret Of Excalibur2/15/17
✔Week 13 (A book recommended by one of your favorite authors):( favorite author: James Rollins) The Fellowship of the Ring3/4/17
✔Week 14 (A book with a strong female character):The Bride3/13/17
✔Week 15 (A book by an author from or set in Scandinavia (Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Iceland);The Forgotten Girls by Sara Blaedel2/3/17
✔Week 16 (A mystery):Dangerous Habits3/20/17
✔Week 17 (A book with illustrations):Snakes of the Eastern United States5/2/17
✔Week 18 (A really long book (600+ pages);Needful Things: A Novel1/3/17
Week 19 (A New York Times best-seller):Mr. Mercedes
Week 20 (A book that you've owned for a while but haven't gotten around to reading):The Hungry Moon
✔Week 21 (A book that is a continuation of a book you've already read):Apprentice in Death
✔week 22 (A book by an author you haven't read before):A Bridge Too Far by Cornelius Ryan 4/2/17
Week 23 (A book from the BBC's "The Big Read" list):Anne of Green Gables
✔Week 24 (A book written by at least two authors):Hell's Gate4/25/17
✔Week 25 (A book about a famous historical figure):The Red Knight of Germany: The Story of Baron von Richthofen, Germany's Great War Bird
Week 26 (An adventure book):The Sea Hawk
Week 27 (A book by one of your favourite authors):Ghost Ship by Clive Cussler
Week 28 (A non-fiction book):Eric Edgar Cooke: The True Story of The Night Caller
Week 29 (A book published outside the four major publishing houses (Simon & Schuster; HarperCollins; Penguin Random House; Hachette Livre):Raiju: A Kaiju Hunter Novel (Severed Press)
Week 30 (A book from the Goodreads Top 100 YA Books ):A Court of Thorns and Roses
Week 31 (A book from a sub-genre of your favourite genre):( Technothriller) The Doomsday Key
Week 32 (A book with a long title (5+ words, excluding subtitle):Classic Movies the Best and the Worst Pictures to See! Films to Avoid!
Week 33 (A magical realism novel): Hollow City
Week 34 (A book set in or by an author from the Southern Hemisphere):Cronin's Key
✔Week 35 (A book where one of the main characters is royalty):The Crown and the Crucible2/24/17
Week 36 (A Hugo Award winner or nominee):Around the World in 80 Days
Week 37 (A book that you chose randomly):One Mile Under
Week 38 (A novel inspired by a work of classic literature):R. I. P. Van Winkle Part I
✔Week 39 (An epistolary fiction):Life As We Knew It 4/25/17
✔Week 40 (A book published in 2017):Ararat1/7/17
✔Week 41 (A book with an unreliable narrator):The Asylum4/2/17
Week 42 (A best book of the 21st century (so far);Inheritance
✔Week 43 (A book with a chilling atmosphere (scary, unsettling, cold);Moving In 4/14/17
Week 44 (A recommendation from "What Should I Read Next"):Golden Buddha
Week 45 (A book with a one-word title):DEEP
Week 46 (A time travel novel):Shadows Gray
Week 47 (A past suggestion that didn't win):A book with a them of human vs natural:Climate Control
Week 48 (A banned book):Frankenstein or The Modern Prometheus
Week 49 (A book from someone else's bookshelf):Field of Prey
Week 50 (A Penguin Modern Classic):Madame Bovary
Week 51 (A collection):Great Speeches by Native Americans
Week 52 (A book set in a fictional location):The Kalarthri

Note: Week 10 : dual-time line: Outlander(DNF) just couldn't get in to it at this time so I'm using my wild card.