Update on my 2017 Around The Year In 52 Books

 

Book covers:✔ The Body Finder (The Body Finder, #1) by Kimberly Derting,✔ Fringe by J.J. Adams DNF✔, Fury From Within by Francis Smith DNF✔,✔ 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✔, Moving In (Moving In #1) by Ron Ripley✔, DEEP by J.T. Lomasney, Shadows Gray (Shadows #1) by Melyssa Williams, 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✔, Frankenstein The Complete Collection (Both 1818 and 1831 Versions) (Annotated) by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley


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 Devil in the White City Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair That Changed America by Erik Larson( DNF),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, Off The Grid (Joe Pickett, #16) by C.J. Box✔, 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✔, The Shining by Stephen King✔,The Emperor's Revenge (The Oregon Files, #11) by Clive Cussler✔, Doctor Sleep (The Shining, #2) by Stephen King

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 read:33
✔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. Mercedes5/14/17
✔Week 20 (A book that you've owned for a while but haven't gotten around to reading):The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair That Changed America6/1/17 ( DNF )
✔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): The Emperor's Revengeby Clive Cussler7/2/17
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!7/9/17
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);Doctor Sleep
✔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"):Off The Grid5/21/17
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): horror book :The Shining 6/21/17 
✔Week 48 (A banned book):Frankenstein: The Complete Collection (Both 1818 and 1831 Versions)( read the 1818 version) 6/2/17
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.