Today's prompt in Our Beautiful World is
and was chosen by dear Ros of Mikey's mum.
This year I have taken again the challenge at So little Sleeping and so much reading and am planning to read 26 books the whole year. That's the #readathon16.I have also joined Goodreads.
So far I am ahead of schedule and have read 15 books.
1. A book that takes place at Christmas
Charles Dicken's A Christmas Carol The Pears Edition (a classic)
Logicomix by Apostolos Doxiadis, Christos Papadimitriou and others (didn't really like it)
Moiraida by Eva Omiroli (Not good!)
4. A book with an animal on the title or the cover.
At the flipper of the dolphin by Takis Georgiou (Not good at all!)
book that takes place during a war.
Anne means mum by Stelios Stylianou (Very good)
book that takes place somewhere you always wanted to travel (that's Cornwall, England)
Rosamund Pilcher's The carousel (She has written much better books)
book with at least 6 words in the title.
Jonas Jonasson's The 100-year-old man who climbed out the window and disappeared (Excellent!)
book with fewer than 150 pages
Tiny white shell by Katerina Chlorokosta whose blog I love reading.(Excellent!)
10. A book by an author younger than 35 years old.
Giak by Demosthenes Papamarkos (Very good!)
book that is the debut of its author. Ahyat Anhar by Maro Karga which was Excellent!!!!!
Richard Scarry's Best Story Book ever(Very good)
12. A book with short stories.
Short stories by Alexandros Papadiamandis (a classic)
book with a book on the cover
Aviccena by Gilbert Sinoue (Very good)
14. A book by a writer who uses a pen name.
The Graphic Novel Aivali by Soloup (Excellent!)
book by a publishing house you don't often read. (This one was a gift by dear Edgar in the States who wanted to give me all the books by Helene Hanff. Thanks Edgar!)
Helene Hanff's The Duchess of Bloomsbury Street (Very good, really witty)
andriasserendipity showing me, hubby and Barca!
Why don't you join us in Our Beautiful World with a blogpost about books?
books that I might enjoy are very welcome.