The 52 Book Club 2022 Challenge

This year, I’m looking to challenge my reading by participating in The 52 Book Club’s 2022 Reading Challenge! Follow along with me or try the challenge for yourself. Need ideas? Check out my reviews for these prompts!

  1. A Second Person Narrative:
  2. Featuring a Library or Bookstore: Well Matched by Jen DeLuca
  3. Title Starting with the Letter “E”: The Ex Hex by Erin Sterling
  4. Title Starting with the Letter “F”: Finlay Donovan is Killing It by Elle Cosimano
  5. Chapters Have Titles: Survivor Song by Paul Tremblay
  6. Household Object on the Cover: The Godparent Trap by Rachel Van Dyken
  7. A Non-fiction Bestseller: The Home Edit by Clea Shearer & Joanna Teplin
  8. Involving the Art World: Fangirl, Vol. 2 : the Manga by Sam Maggs & Rainbow Rowell
  9. A Book That Sparks Joy: She Sheds Style by Erika Kotite
  10. A Book Based on a Real Person: unlock your storybook heart by amanda lovelace
  11. A Book with Less than 2022 Goodreads Ratings: My Killer Vacation by Tessa Bailey
  12. Set on at Least Two Continents: The Woman in the Library by Sulari Gentill
  13. Includes a Club: Fumbled by Alexa Martin
  14. A Character with Superhuman Ability: Under the Whispering Door by TJ Klune
  15. A Five-Syllable Title: The Couple Next Door by Shari Lapena
  16. A Book You’ve Seen Someone Reading in a Public Place
  17. A Book Picked Based On Its Spine: The Last Time I Lied by Riley Sager
  18. Jane Austen-inspired: Written in the Stars by Alexandria Bellefleur
  19. A Book that has an Alternate Title: Georgiana: Duchess of Devonshire by Amanda Foreman
  20. Related to the Word “Gold”
  21. Published by Simon & Schuster: The Only Good Indians by Stephen Graham Jones
  22. An Unlikely Detective: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon
  23. Author with an X, Y or Z in their Name: Weather Girl by Rachel Lynn Solomon
  24. Address a Specific Topic: The 5 Love Languages Military Edition by Gary Chapman and Jocelyn Green
  25. A Wealthy Character:
  26. Has an “Author’s Note”: Heartstopper: Volume 4 by Alice Oseman
  27. Includes a Map: Devolution by Max Brooks
  28. Award-Winning Book from Your Country: The House in the Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune
  29. Over 500 Pages Long: The Book of Accidents by Chuck Wendig
  30. Audiobook is Narrated by the Author: Bag of Bones by Stephen King
  31. Technology-Themed: Love on the Brain by Ali Hazelwood
  32. A Book That Intimidates You: The Burning by Tim Madigan & Hilary Beard
  33. A Bilingual Character: The Wedding Crasher by Mia Sosa
  34. An Author’s Photo on the Back Cover: Misery by Stephen King
  35. From the Villain’s Perspective: Cackle by Rachel Harrison
  36. Recommended by a Favorite Author: How to Love Your Neighbor by Sophie Sullivan
  37. Set in a Rural Area: The House Across the Lake by Riley Sager
  38. Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover!: The Secret Life of CeeCee Wilkes by Diane Chamberlain
  39. A Middle-Grade Novel: 100 Cupboards by N.D. Wilson
  40. A Book with Photographs Inside
  41. Involves a Second Chance: Payback’s a Witch by Lana Harper
  42. An Indie Read: The House Next Door by Darcy Coates
  43. Author Who’s Published in More than One Genre: Gwendy’s Final Task by Stephen King & Richard Chizmar
  44. An Anthology
  45. A Book with Illustrated People on the Cover: The Holiday Swap by Maggie Knox
  46. A Job Title in the Title: The Therapist by B.A. Paris
  47. Read During the Month of November
  48. Redo One of This Year’s Prompts but with a Different Genre: The Book of Cold Cases by Simone St. James
  49. Book Title Starts with the Same Letter as Your First Name: My Favorite Thing is Monsters by Emil Ferris
  50. A Person of Color as the Main Character: Something to Talk About by Meryl Wilsner
  51. The Word “Game” in the Title
  52. Published in 2022: Love at First Spite by Anna E. Collins