Popsugar 2022

2022 POPSUGAR Reading Challenge 

Popsugar is a lifestyle magazine and their reading challenge has been around since 2015. On their website they list 40 book promps and additional 10 advanced prompts.
Here they are:

Progress:    08.05.2022  17 / 40    and    4 / 10

1. A book published in 2022: Tess Gerritsen - Mutterherz
2. A book set on a plane, train, or cruise ship: Agatha Christie - Der blaue Express
3. A book about or set in a nonpatriarchal society: Stephen King - Sleeping Beauties
4. A book with a tiger on the cover or "tiger" in the title: Marco Sonnleitner - ??? - Nacht der Tiger
5. A sapphic book: Fannie Flagg - Grüne Tomaten
6. A book by a Latinx author: Isabel Allende - Was wir Frauen wollen
7. A book with an onomatopoeia in its title
8. A book with a protagonist who uses a mobility aid: Jeffery Deaver - Der Komponist
9. A book about a "found family" - Maggie Stiefvater - Wen der Rabe ruft
10. An Anisfield-Wolf Book Award winner: Karan Mahajan - In Gesellschaft kleiner Bomben
11. A #BookTok recommendation: Anthony Doerr - Alles Licht, das wir nicht sehen
12. A book about the afterlife: George Saunders - Lincoln im Bardo
13. A book set in the 1980s: John Ajvide Lindqvist - So finster die Nacht
14. A book with cutlery on the cover or in the title: Andreas Gruber - Todesurteil
15. A book by a Pacific Islander author: Nalini Singh - Engelskuss
16. A book about witches: Terry Pratchett - Das Erbe des Zauberers
17. A book becoming a TV series or movie in 2022: Gabrielle Zevin - Die Widerspenstigkeit des Glücks
18. A romance novel by a BIPOC author: Chanel Cleeton - Nächstes Jahr in Havanna
19. A book that takes place during your favorite season
20. A book whose title begins with the last letter of your previous read: Mariana Leky - Erste Hilfe [nach diesem]
21. A book about a band or musical group: Morten Harket - My Take on Me
22. A book with a character on the ace spectrum: Darcie Little Badger - Elatsoe
23. A book with a recipe in it: Martin Walker - Grand Prix
24. A book you can read in one sitting: Enid Blyton - Fünf Freunde und das Burgverlies
25. A book about a secret: Lucy Foley - Sommernacht
26. A book with a misleading title: John Steinbeck - Früchte des Zorns
27. A Hugo Award winner: Martha Wells - Tagebuch eines Killerbots
28. A book set during a holiday: Alice Oseman - X wie XMAS
29. A different book by an author you read in 2021: Agatha Christie - Mord in Mesopotamien
30. A book with the name of a board game in the title: Elisabeth Herrmann - Die Mühle oder Andreas Gruber - Die schwarze Dame
31. A book featuring a man-made disaster
32. A book with a quote from your favorite author on the cover or Amazon page
33. A social-horror book: H.G. Wells - Krieg der Welten
34. A book set in Victorian times: H.G. Wells - The Time Machine
35. A book with a constellation on the cover or in the title: Otfried Preußler - Der kleine Wassermann
36. A book you know nothing about: Stefanie Höfler - Mein Sommer mit Mucks
37. A book about gender identity: Terry Pratchett - Weiberregiment
38. A book featuring a party: Martin Walker - Eskapaden
39. An #OwnVoices SFF (science fiction and fantasy) book: Ta-Nehisi Coates - Der Wassertänzer
40. A book that fulfills your favorite prompt from a past POPSUGAR Reading Challenge


A book with a reflected image on the cover or "mirror" in the title: Lars Kepler - Der Spiegelmann
A book that features two languages: Kathy Reichs - Der Code der Knochen (German translation + French)
A book with a palindromic title... tot... :)
A duology (1)
A duology (2)
A book about someone leading a double life
A book featuring a parallel reality
A book with two POVs: Lucinda Riley - Die Schattenschwester
Two books set in twin towns, aka "sister cities" (1 NYC): Dorothy Parker - New Yorker Geschichten
Two books set in twin towns, aka "sister cities" (2 London): Julian Barnes - Die einzige Geschichte