2022 Popsugar Reading Challenge

My fifth year of the Popsugar Challenge. This one is always quite a challenge with 40 prompts. As usual, I learn a few new words.

2022 POPSUGAR Reading Challenge

  • A book published in 2022: Counterfeit
  • A book set on a plane, train, or cruise ship: The Train in the Meadow
  • A book about or set in a nonpatriarchal society:
  • A book with a tiger on the cover or “tiger” in the title: The Remarkable Journey of Prince Jen
  • A sapphic book: Cinderella Is Dead
  • A book by a Latinx author: City of the Beasts
  • A book with an onomatopoeia in its title: Five Go Bump in the Night
  • A book with a protagonist who uses a mobility aid: Pax
  • A book about a “found family”: A Man Called Ove
  • An Anisfield-Wolf Book Award winner: The Dew Breaker
  • A #BookTok recommendation: One of Us is Lying 
  • A book about the afterlife: The Seer of Shadows
  • A book set in the 1980s: Sisters
  • A book with cutlery on the cover or in the title: The Duchess Who Wouldn’t Sit Down
  • A book by a Pacific Islander author: Kapaemahu
  • A book about witches: The Last Fallen Star
  • A book becoming a TV series or movie in 2022: Around the World in Eighty Days
  • A romance novel by a BIPOC author: The Sari Shop Widow
  • A book that takes place during your favorite season: Four Funerals and Maybe a Wedding
  • A book whose title begins with the last letter of your previous read: The Dutch, I Presume?
  • A book about a band or musical group: Yonen Buzz vol 1
  • A book with a character on the ace spectrum: Gods Behaving Badly
  • A book with a recipe in it: The Real Food Revival
  • A book you can read in one sitting: Address unknown
  • A book about a secret: The Bicycle Spy
  • A book with a misleading title: Remote Control
  • A Hugo Award winner: The Empress of Salt and Fortune
  • A book set during a holiday: Odin’s Child
  • A different book by an author you read in 2021: LaRose
  • A book with the name of a board game in the title: Five Go Bump in the Night
  • A book featuring a man-made disaster: The Ones We’re Meant to Find
  • A book with a quote from your favorite author on the cover or Amazon page: A Dog’s Purpose
  • A social-horror book: The House of Dies Drear
  • A book set in Victorian times: Voices of Dracula
  • A book with a constellation on the cover or in the title: Navigating The Golden Compass
  • A book you know nothing about: The Third Angel
  • A book about gender identity: The Autobiography of a Transgender Scientist
  • A book featuring a party: Wide Awake and Dreaming
  • An #OwnVoices SFF (science fiction and fantasy) book: The Ones We’re Meant to Find
  • A book that fulfills your favorite prompt from a past POPSUGAR Reading Challenge – A book you think your best friend would like: Without Reservations


  • A book with a reflected image on the cover or “mirror” in the title
  • A book that features two languages
  • A book with a palindromic title
  • 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
  • Two books set in twin towns, aka “sister cities” (1)
  • Two books set in twin towns, aka “sister cities” (2)
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