Love reading? Take the 52-week reading challenge.

Whether you already have a passion for books or are keen on developing one, the best way to motivate yourself to read more is a reading challenge. Our 52-week reading challenge is composed of Amazon best-sellers while also giving you the freedom to choose some books on your own. Fulfill your passion for books or fall in love with them by reading one book per week in this amazing reading challenge!

Week The Week's Challenge Our Suggestion
1 Read a book originally published in a language you do not know Up to you!
2 Read a book by an author born in the same country as you Up to you!
3 Read a horror book It
4 Read a romance and/or erotica book Where the Crawdads Sing
5 Read a book written before 1950 The Great Gatsby
6 Read a book written by a man Unfreedom of the Press
7 Read a book written by a woman Gone Girl
8 Read a science fiction book The Handmaid's Tale
9 Read a fantasy book Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
10 Read a young adult book Divergent
11 Read a nonfiction book The Lie: A Memoir of Two Marriages, Catfishing & Coming Out
12 Read a book with a contemporary setting The Fault in Our Stars
13 Read a book written after 1949 The Help
14 Read a book published this year Searching for Sylvie Lee
15 Read a popular book, with at least 1 million ratings on any one website To Kill a Mockingbird
16 Read an unknown book, with no more than 100 ratings on any one website All the News I Need
17 Read a book that was turned into a movie Ender's Game
18 Finish a series A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire)
19 Read a history book, fiction or nonfiction The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America's Great Migration
20 Read a short story, one with fewer than 5,000 words The Lottery
21 Read a short book, one between 5,000 and 100,000 words The Little Prince
22 Read a long book, one between 100,000 and 250,000 words Jane Eyre
23 Read an epic book, one with over 250,000 words Atlas Shrugged
24 Read a self-published book The Shack
25 Read an indie book, published by a small or niche house and not one of the Big 6 publishing houses The Four Agreements
26 Read a book published by one of the Big 6 publishing houses The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (The Chronicles of Narnia)
27 Read a biography, autobiography, or memoir Howards Stern Comes Again
28 Read a best-seller from this year Educated
29 Read a book about politics and/or religion Say Nothing: A True Story of Murder and Memory in Northern Ireland
30 Listen to an audiobook Good Intentions
31 Read a book on paper The Cactus
32 Read a book that was, or currently is, banned by a government Animal Farm
33 Read a thriller or suspense book False Step
34 Read a mystery book The Boy
35 Read a dystopian book The Last Cabin
36 Read a debut book from this year Stay Sexy & Don't Get Murdered: The Definitive How-To Guide
37 Read a book written by or featuring an LGBT person Firm Hand
38 Read a paranormal book Dark Stranger: The Dream
39 Read a picture book Humans of New York
40 Read a book for the second time Up to you!
41 Read a book that's been on your to-read list for more than a year Up to you!
42 Read a book that features animals Charlotte's Web
43 Read a book where the main character goes on a journey The Hobbit
44 Read a book where a stranger comes to town Sweetbitter
45 Read a satire or allegory book The Sellout
46 Read a self-help, health, travel, or guide book Unfu*k Yourself: Get Out of Your Head and into Your Life
47 Read a collection of poetry Milk and Honey
48 Read the first book in a series The Hunger Games
49 Read a book that won a literary award Dune
50 Read a book set in your country Up to you!
51 Read a book set not in your country but in a country that exists today Up to you!
52 Combining all the letters of all the titles of all the books you've read this year, complete the alphabet Up to you!

Inspired by "A 2017 Reading Challenge to Keep You Well Rounded."

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