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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments The Challenge

The challenge is to read 12 books throughout the year. You must select and read one book from each zodiac sign to complete the challenge. You may select from any of the seven categories, as long as you remember that you need to have each zodiac sign represented. If you wish, you may restrict yourself to one category. For example, you may choose to read all twelve tasks assigned to the superheroes.


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments ARIES
March - Read a book that is set at least 50% during the specified month, OR the specified month is in the title. Note: Exact words are required. - March by Geraldine Brooks
Ram - Read a book where a truck is on the cover, or the protagonist drives a truck.
Fire - Read a book where 70% of the cover is red. - Dark Matter by Blake Crouch by Blake Crouch
Falcon - Read a book set primarily in Iraq, Syria, or Turkey. - The Yellow Birds by Kevin Powers
Opal - Read a book set between 1750 and 1850. - Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë
Ares - Read a book shelved as mythology, or has the word “God” in the title. Plurals are accepted. - The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan
Tim Curry -
Option 1: Read the book the movie was adapted from, or read another book with the same title. The movie doesn’t need to be an adaptation, but there needs to be a book by the same title. The titles need to match with no extraneous words in the book title. Subtitles are to be ignored. - It by Stephen King
Option 2: If the book is adapted, you may read another book written by the same author. This applies only to the adaptation.


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments TAURUS
April - Read a book that is set at least 50% during the specified month, OR the specified month is in the title. Note: Exact words are required. - The Enchanted April by Elizabeth von Arnim
Bull - Read a book from this list: https://www.goodreads.com/list/show/1..., OR where “western” is listed on the main book page as a main genre. - Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurtry
Earth - Read a book where 70% of the cover is black. - Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn
Beaver - Read a book where the majority of it is set in Canada, or written by a Canadian author. - The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood
Jasper - Read a book where illness (mental, emotional or physical) is a major theme. - Made You Up by Francesca Zappia
Rhino - Read a book with Villain in the title. Series titles are included for this task. - If We Were Villains by M.L. Rio
Audrey Hepburn -
Option 1: Read the book the movie was adapted from, or read another book with the same title. The movie doesn’t need to be an adaptation, but there needs to be a book by the same title. The titles need to match with no extraneous words in the book title. Subtitles are to be ignored. - Breakfast at Tiffany's by Truman Capote
Option 2: If the book is adapted, you may read another book written by the same author. This applies only to the adaptation.


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments GEMINI
May - Read a book that is set at least 50% during the specified month, OR the specified month is in the title. Note: Exact words are required. - Side Effects May Vary by Julie Murphy
Twins - Read a book that has more than one title. - Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling
Air - Read a book where 70% of the cover is white. - The Cruel Prince (The Folk of the Air, #1) by Holly Black by Holly Black
Deer - Read a book where the majority of it is set in Scotland, or written by a Scottish author. - Macbeth by William Shakespeare
Agate - Read a book with a face in profile on the cover. An actual cameo on the cover will be accepted. - Morning Noon and Night by Sidney Sheldon by Sidney Sheldon
Copycat - Read a book from the dystopian genre, or set in the future. - Matched by Ally Condie
Johnny Depp -
Option 1: Read the book the movie was adapted from, or read another book with the same title. The movie doesn’t need to be an adaptation, but there needs to be a book by the same title. The titles need to match with no extraneous words in the book title. Subtitles are to be ignored. - Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie
Option 2: If the book is adapted, you may read another book written by the same author. This applies only to the adaptation.


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments CANCER
June - Read a book that is set at least 50% during the specified month, OR the specified month is in the title. Note: Exact words are required. - Saving June by Hannah Harrington
Crab - These are the names of common crab varieties: Coconut, Hermit, Horseshoe, King, Japanese Spider, Dungeness, Rock, Snow, Blue, or Fiddler Crab. Read a book with any of those words (other than “crab”) in the title. Plurals are accepted. - Girls Made of Snow and Glass by Melissa Bashardoust
Water - Read a book where 70% of the cover is blue. - Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Harry Potter, #5) by J.K. Rowling by J.K. Rowling
Woodpecker - Read a book set primarily in a South American country, or by a South American author.
Rose Quartz - Read a book with a rose(s) on the cover, or the cover is 75% pink in colour. - Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll by Jessica Knoll
Sandman - Read a book in the horror genre. The word “Horror” needs to be listed on the main book page. - Chalk by Paul Cornell
Merle Streep -
Option 1: Read the book the movie was adapted from, or read another book with the same title. The movie doesn’t need to be an adaptation, but there needs to be a book by the same title. The titles need to match with no extraneous words in the book title. Subtitles are to be ignored. - The Devil Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger
Option 2: If the book is adapted, you may read another book written by the same author. This applies only to the adaptation.


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Rusalka (rusalkii) | 14436 comments Great to see you jumping into the yearly challenge, Rachel!


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments LEO
July - Read a book that is set at least 50% during the specified month, OR the specified month is in the title. Note: Exact words are required. - Until July by Aurora Rose Reynolds
Lion - Read a book that is set entirely in Africa. - Born a Crime: Stories From a South African Childhood by Trevor Noah
Fire - Read a book with a significant amount of fire on the cover. - Girls Burn Brighter by Shobha Rao by Shobha Rao
Salmon - Read a book that is set in the Pacific Northwest (coastal Oregon, Washington, British Columbia). - Twilight by Stephenie Meyer
Carnelian - Read a book set in Ancient Egypt. - Nefertiti by Michelle Moran
Kraven the Hunter - Read a book where the main character is over 60 years old. - The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid
Sean Penn -
Option 1: Read the book the movie was adapted from, or read another book with the same title. The movie doesn’t need to be an adaptation, but there needs to be a book by the same title. The titles need to match with no extraneous words in the book title. Subtitles are to be ignored. - Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer
Option 2: If the book is adapted, you may read another book written by the same author. This applies only to the adaptation.


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments Rusalka wrote: "Great to see you jumping into the yearly challenge, Rachel!"
Yes. I'm pretty excited. :)


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments VIRGO
August - Read a book that is set at least 50% during the specified month, OR the specified month is in the title. Note: Exact words are required. - How to Be Bad by E. Lockhart
Maiden - Read a book where the protagonist is a girl or young woman under the age of 20 and is unmarried. The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas
Earth - Read a book with an Earth-like planet on the cover.
Bear - Read a book where the majority of it is set in Russia, or written by a Russian author. - Shadow and Bone or Anna Karenina
Amethyst - Read a book where the main character is a king, queen, prince, or princess. - Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas
Rogue - Read a book with bird(s) on the cover OR the word “Raven” is in the title. Plurals are accepted. - The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater
Anne Meara -
Option 1: Read the book the movie was adapted from, or read another book with the same title. The movie doesn’t need to be an adaptation, but there needs to be a book by the same title. The titles need to match with no extraneous words in the book title. Subtitles are to be ignored.
Option 2: If the book is adapted, you may read another book written by the same author. This applies only to the adaptation.


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments LIBRA
September - Read a book that is set at least 50% during the specified month, OR the specified month is in the title. Note: Exact words are required. - They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera
Scales - Read a legal thriller using this Genre page as a tool https://www.goodreads.com/genres/lega... Explain how your book fits this genre. - Anatomy of a Scandal by Sarah Vaughan
Air - Read a book with a significant amount of clouds on the cover.
Raven - Read a book that is set primarily in New Zealand or is written by a New Zealand author. - Nobody Is Ever Missing by Catherine Lacey
Azurite - Read a book set in the Renaissance period from 1400 – 1700.
Judge Dredd - Read a book set between 1977 and 2000. - Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling
Viggo Mortenson -
Option 1: Read the book the movie was adapted from, or read another book with the same title. The movie doesn’t need to be an adaptation, but there needs to be a book by the same title. The titles need to match with no extraneous words in the book title. Subtitles are to be ignored.
Option 2: If the book is adapted, you may read another book written by the same author. This applies only to the adaptation.


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments SCORPIO
October - Read a book that is set at least 50% during the specified month, OR the specified month is in the title. Note: Exact words are required. - The October Country by Ray Bradbury
Scorpion - Read a book that has “Poison” in the title (may be imbedded in other words like poisoner, poisonwood, poisoning), OR contains the name of a poison (arsenic, oleander, etc) in the title, OR has a bottle of poison on the cover. - Poison Study by Maria V. Snyder
Water - Read a book with a significant amount of water on the cover. - Ugly Love by Colleen Hoover by Colleen Hoover
Snake - Read a book where the majority of it is set in Australia, or written by an Australian author. - Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty
Copper - Read a book with a metal weapon or tool on the cover. And I Darken (The Conqueror's Saga #1) by Kiersten White by Kiersten White
Anti-Venom - Read a book that is a stand-alone book in the Science Fiction genre. - 1984 by George Orwell
Jodie Foster -
Option 1: Read the book the movie was adapted from, or read another book with the same title. The movie doesn’t need to be an adaptation, but there needs to be a book by the same title. The titles need to match with no extraneous words in the book title. Subtitles are to be ignored. - The Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris
Option 2: If the book is adapted, you may read another book written by the same author. This applies only to the adaptation.


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Janice (jamasc) | 34931 comments Great to see you joining the challenge, Rachel. Enjoy!


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments Janice wrote: "Great to see you joining the challenge, Rachel. Enjoy!"

Thank you. :)


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments Badge 1, Book 1
Sign: Virgo
Superhero: Rogue
The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater
Reason: Word “Raven” is in title.


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments SAGITTARIUS
November - Read a book that is set at least 50% during the specified month, OR the specified month is in the title. Note: Exact words are required. - The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn
Archer - Read a book that is written by a Native American author or about Native American culture. - The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie
Owl - Read a book where the majority of it is set in Greece or Crete, or written by a Greek author. - My Family and Other Animals by Gerald Durrell
Obsidian - Read a book set in Hawaii. - Moloka'i by Alan Brennert
Hawkeye - Read a new release in 2018, never previously published. - Star of the North by D.B. John
Ralph Fiennes -
Option 1: Read the book the movie was adapted from, or read another book with the same title. The movie doesn’t need to be an adaptation, but there needs to be a book by the same title. The titles need to match with no extraneous words in the book title. Subtitles are to be ignored. - Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K. Rowling
Option 2: If the book is adapted, you may read another book written by the same author. This applies only to the adaptation.


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments CAPRICORN
December - Read a book that is set at least 50% during the specified month, OR the specified month is in the title. Note: Exact words are required. - Landline by Rainbow Rowell
Goat - Read a book that is shelved as Scandinavian Literature using this genre page as a tool: https://www.goodreads.com/genres/scan... Explain how your book fits this genre.
Earth - Read a book with “Earth” in the title. Exact word. - Reign the Earth by A.C. Gaughen
Snow Goose - Read a book set primarily in Kansas, New Mexico, Texas, and Mexico. - Sugar Daddy by Lisa Kleypas
Quartz - Read a time-travel book. The words “Time Travel” must be on the main book page as a genre. - Passenger by Alexandra Bracken
Cannonball - Read a book about the American Civil War, or about the Napoleonic War. - Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell
Sissy Spacek -
Option 1: Read the book the movie was adapted from, or read another book with the same title. The movie doesn’t need to be an adaptation, but there needs to be a book by the same title. The titles need to match with no extraneous words in the book title. Subtitles are to be ignored. - Carrie by Stephen King
Option 2: If the book is adapted, you may read another book written by the same author. This applies only to the adaptation.


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments AQUARIUS
January - Read a book that is set at least 50% during the specified month, OR the specified month is in the title. Note: Exact words are required. - January or Three Days in January
Water-bearer - Read a book that has an urn, jug, or other vessel used for holding water on the cover. I Felt a Funeral, in My Brain by Will Walton by Will Walton
Air - Read a book with “Air” in the title. Exact word. - Air Awakens by Elise Kova
Otter - Read a book set primarily in Switzerland or the Netherlands, or by Swiss or Dutch authors. - Heidi by Johanna Spyri
Turquoise - Read a book where the main theme is magic. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling
Aquaman - Read a book with Atlantis or Poseidon in the title. - Of Poseidon by Anna Banks
John Hurt -
Option 1: Read the book the movie was adapted from, or read another book with the same title. The movie doesn’t need to be an adaptation, but there needs to be a book by the same title. The titles need to match with no extraneous words in the book title. Subtitles are to be ignored. - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling
Option 2: If the book is adapted, you may read another book written by the same author. This applies only to the adaptation.


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments PISCES
February - Read a book that is set at least 50% during the specified month, OR the specified month is in the title. Note: Exact words are required.
Fish - Read a book set near or on a lake or river, OR the words Lake or River are in the title, or is the author’s name. If going for title or author, the words must be exact. Plurals will be accepted. - Stillhouse Lake by Rachel Caine
Water - Read a book with “Water” in the title. Exact word. - Into the Water by Paula Hawkins
Wolf - Read a book set primarily in Alberta, Montana, Idaho, or Wyoming.
Jade - Read a book set in China. - Soundless by Richelle Mead
Siren - Read a book with “siren” or one of the alternate names in the title. The Siren by Kiera Cass
Glenn Close -
Option 1: Read the book the movie was adapted from, or read another book with the same title. The movie doesn’t need to be an adaptation, but there needs to be a book by the same title. The titles need to match with no extraneous words in the book title. Subtitles are to be ignored. - Hamlet by William Shakespeare
Option 2: If the book is adapted, you may read another book written by the same author. This applies only to the adaptation.


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Janice (jamasc) | 34931 comments Rachel wrote: "Badge 1, Book 1
Sign: Gemini
Stone: Agate
The You I've Never Known by Ellen Hopkins
Reason: Book with a face in profile on the cover."


Sorry, but I have to disallow your first book. This is not a profile. The face is looking straight on. A profile is a side view with the person looking either off to the right or left.

Also, when posting a task that relates to the cover, you need to show the cover in your post. A link to the book page is not sufficient.


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments Janice wrote: "Rachel wrote: "Badge 1, Book 1
Sign: Gemini
Stone: Agate
The You I've Never Known by Ellen Hopkins
Reason: Book with a face in profile on the cover."

Sorry, but I ..."


Oh, well that's okay. Just means more to read for me. :P
Sorry, I got the instructions mixed up.


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments Badge 1, Book 2
Sign: Gemini
Symbol: Twins
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling
Reason: Alternate title - Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.


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Janice (jamasc) | 34931 comments Rachel wrote: "Sign: Taurus
Stone: Jasper
Girl, Interrupted by Susanna Kaysen
Reason: Theme of mental illness."


I'm sorry, but I have to disqualify this book as it doesn't meet the minimum page requirement of 175 pgs. Did you link to the edition you read?


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments Janice wrote: "Rachel wrote: "Sign: Taurus
Stone: Jasper
Girl, Interrupted by Susanna Kaysen
Reason: Theme of mental illness."

I'm sorry, but I have to disqualify this book as it doesn..."


Yes. I did. Sorry I guess I just didn't pay enough attention to the the rules because I have exams going on.
I'll just find something else to read. :)


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Rusalka (rusalkii) | 14436 comments Pesky exams. Hope they are over for you soon. And you're right - more books!


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Janice (jamasc) | 34931 comments Something short like that is good during exams. Good luck on them. :)


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments Rusalka wrote: "Pesky exams. Hope they are over for you soon. And you're right - more books!"

Still about a week and half to go. Ugh. :(


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments Janice wrote: "Something short like that is good during exams. Good luck on them. :)"

Thank you!


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments Badge 1, Book 3
Sign: Aquarius
Stone: Turquoise
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling
Reason: Main theme is magic.


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments Badge 1, Book 4
Sign: Scorpio
Superhero: Anti-Venom
1984 by George Orwell
Reason: Stand-alone novel in the Science Fiction genre.


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Janice (jamasc) | 34931 comments You're just motoring along!


message 31: by Rachel (new)

Rachel Lucas | 89 comments Janice wrote: "You're just motoring along!"

Haha.. Trying to. :P


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments Badge 2, Book 1
Sign: Gemini
North American Zodiac: Deer
Macbeth by William Shakespeare
Reason: Four out of five acts are set in Scotland.


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments Badge 2, Book 2
Sign: Virgo
Symbol: Maiden
The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas
Reason: Main character is a female who is under 20 years old.


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments Badge 1, Book 5
Sign: Taurus
Stone: Jasper
Made You Up by Francesca Zappia
Reason: Main character has schizophrenia.


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments Badge 1, Book 6
Sign: Capricorn
Stone: Quartz
Passenger by Alexandra Bracken
Reason: "Time Travel" listed as genre on main page.


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Cherie (crobins0) | 15632 comments Half way there, Rachel. :o)


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments Cherie wrote: "Half way there, Rachel. :o)"

Just pushing my way through. :)
I fell really behind because of exams. :/


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siriusedward (elenaraphael) | 887 comments Did you like 1984 Rachel?I would like to read it this year.
Do you like HP?


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments siriusedward wrote: "Did you like 1984 Rachel?I would like to read it this year.
Do you like HP?"


Yes, I really did! At times it can be slightly tedious because George Orwell tends to give very detailed descriptions of the system but it was still incredibly interesting to read it and draw comparisons between the book and the times nowadays.
And yes, I love Harry Potter. I'm planning on reading the entire series this year. I'm currently on the third book. I assume you really like HP as well from your name? :)


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siriusedward (elenaraphael) | 887 comments oh yes.I can't change the name due to nostalgia.Though I did think about changing it.


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments siriusedward wrote: "oh yes.I can't change the name due to nostalgia.Though I did think about changing it."

Haha.. I totally understand. Are you participating in the yearly challenge as well?


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siriusedward (elenaraphael) | 887 comments Yes.Under Elena (sorry to say..not my name either..Nalini Singh's GH series Elena..love the name though). ...


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments siriusedward wrote: "Yes.Under Elena (sorry to say..not my name either..Nalini Singh's GH series Elena..love the name though). ..."

Haha.. Okay. I've never heard of that series before. Is it good?


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments Badge 1, Book 7
Sign: Libra
Superhero: Judge Dredd
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling
Reason: Book is set in 1993.


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siriusedward (elenaraphael) | 887 comments Rachel wrote: "siriusedward wrote: "Yes.Under Elena (sorry to say..not my name either..Nalini Singh's GH series Elena..love the name though). ..."

Haha.. Okay. I've never heard of that series before. Is it good?"


If you don't mind romance and if you don't mind paranormal romance. Then you may like it. Her writing is just beautiful..... Nalini Singh....


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siriusedward (elenaraphael) | 887 comments Rachel wrote: "Badge 1, Book 7
Sign: Cancer
Element: Water
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Harry Potter, #3) by J.K. Rowling by J.K. Rowling
Reason: 75% of cover is blue."


oh seeing all the rereads of HP is making me want to try rereading it again.

I reread it so much times..that the last two times i trìed ..I could only skim it.last year or the year before, I think.could not find the right mood for it...


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments siriusedward wrote: "Rachel wrote: "siriusedward wrote: "Yes.Under Elena (sorry to say..not my name either..Nalini Singh's GH series Elena..love the name though). ..."

Haha.. Okay. I've never heard of that series befo..."

Hmm.. I might check her books out sometime. Honestly I haven't read paranormal romance at all I think so I don't really have an opinion on it. But thanks for the suggestion. ;)


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments Badge 1, Book 8
Sign: Aries
Superhero: Ares
The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan
Reason: Book shelved as mythology.


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments siriusedward wrote: "Rachel wrote: "Badge 1, Book 7
Sign: Cancer
Element: Water
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Harry Potter, #3) by J.K. Rowling by J.K. Rowling
Reason: 75% of cover is blue."

oh seeing a..."

Haha.. To be honest, I've never really been able to read the entire Harry Potter series. I'm incredibly lazy about reading series. That's why I'm glad I could fit in most of the books with this challenge.
And I totally get what you mean with the mood thing. I have these bouts where I can only read contemporary and I just can't touch fantasy. Hopefully, you'll get into the spirit because of everyone else. ;)


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Rachel Lucas | 89 comments Badge 1, Book 9
Sign: Pisces
Element: Water
Into the Water by Paula Hawkins
Reason: Has the word "water" in the title.


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