The What’s In A Name Challenge 2018 is hosted by Charlie at The Worm Hole. The challenge involves reading a book that matches each of the categories shown below.
With a few swapping of titles from my original list, I’ve managed to read books that fit four of the six categories. (Follow the link from the title to read my review or the book description on Goodreads.) I’m about to start Bitter Orange and am hopeful of finishing it before the end of the year. I’ve had no luck finding a book with a title starting with Z from my TBR pile. At the moment, I don’t even own a copy of the one I’ve listed, Zoo Station, although it has been on my wishlist for ages!
The word ‘the’ used twice The Boy At The Door by Alex Dahl
A fruit or vegetable Bitter Orange by Claire Fuller
A shape Diamond Cut Diamond by Jane Jakeman
A title that begins with Z Zoo Station by David Downing
(can be after ‘The’ or ‘A’)
A nationality Prussian Blue by Philip Kerr
A season The Winter Soldier by Daniel Mason
2 thoughts on “What’s In A Name Reading Challenge 2018: Challenge Update”
Congrats, Cathy! These are tough.
I wonder how many copies of The Winter Soldier have been bought by confused Marvel fans.
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