Last year, a friend on facebook challenged me to find and read the following, and now...'tis complete!
A book with more than 500 pages(Politics on a Human Scale, Jeff Taylor) A classic romance(Emma, Jane Austen) A book that became a movie(The Copperhead, Harold Frederic) A book published this year(The Empty Throne, Bernard Cornwell) A book with a number in the title(Selma 1965, Chuck Fager) A book written by someone under 30(I Am Malala, Malala Yousafzai) A book with nonhuman characters (The Magician's Nephew, C.S. Lewis) A funny book(Bachelors Anonymous, P.G. Wodehouse) A book by a female author(Boudica, Vanessa Collingridge) A mystery or thriller(The Iron Web, Larken Rose) A book with a one-word title (Agincourt, Juliet Barker) A book of short stories(The Inimitable Jeeves, P.G. Wodehouse) A book set in a different country(Map of Betrayal, Ha Jin) A nonfiction book(Winter World, Bernd Heinrich) A popular author's first book(Carrie, Stephen King) A book from an author who love that you've not yet read(Zebra Derby, Max Shulman) A book a friend recommended(Recarving Rushmore, Ivan Eland) A Pulitzer-Prize winning book(An Army at Dawn, Rick Atkinson) A book based on a true story(The Marriage Game, Alison Weir) A book on the bottom of your to-read list(The Search for Ice Age Americans, Kenneth Tankersly) A book your mom loves(Anne of Green Gables, Lucy Montgomery) A book that scares you(Rise of the Warrior Cop, Radley Balko) A book more than 100 years old(Beowulf) A book based entirely on its cover(The Internet Police, Nate Anderson) A book you were supposed to read in school but didn't(Grendel, John Gardner) A memoir(The South Since the War, Sidney Carton) A book ye can finish in a day(The Quartet, Joseph Ellis) A book with antonyms in the title(That Was Then, This is Now, S.E. Hinton) A book set somewhere you wanted to visit(The Great Cities, ed. John Julius Norwich) A book that came out the year you were born(Ender's Game, Orson Scott Card) A book with bad reviews(Patriots, James Rawles) A trilogy(Star Trek: Terok Nor; James Swallow, S.D. Perry, and Britta Dennison) A book from your childhood(The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe, C.S. Lewis) A book with a love triangle(The Other Queen, Philippa Gregory) A book set in future(A Canticle for Leibowitz, Walter M. Miller) A book set in high school (The Chosen, Chaim Potok) A book with color in title(Green is the New Red, Will Potter) A book that made you cry(The Pigman, Paul Zindel) A book with maa-agic(The Two Towers, J.R.R. Tolkien) A graphic novel(V for Vendetta, Alan Moore and David Lloyd) A book by an author you've never read(The Americans, Daniel Boorstin) A book you own but haven't read(The Eagle's Conquest, Simon Scarrow) A book set in your hometown(Casualties, David Rothstein) A book originally written in different language(Tevye's Daughters, Sholom Alecheim) A book set during Christmas("Jacob Marley's Christmas Carol", Tom Mula) A book written by author with your initials(Here Be Dragons, Sharon Penman) A play("The Importance of Being Earnest", Oscar Wilde) A banned book(The Kite Runner, Khaled Hosseini) A book based on, or turned into, a TV show(Star Trek TOS: Foul Deeds will Rise, Greg Cox) A book you started but never finished(The Human Zoo, Desmond Morris)