2019 Reading Challenge: The Golden Trio Reading Challenge

This is an interesting one for my fellow book-addled Potterheads.

I originally thought I was just going to use this as a cross-challenge, rather than an additional challenge. Instead, I am going to use it as a possible way to clear off a few books from the ‘To Be Read” shelf.

I’m not sure what level I will manage, though.

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The Challenge and my reading decisions:

  1. Harry: re-read a Harry Potter Book: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by JK Rowling
  2. Ron: read a book under 200 pages: Wishful Thinking by Mindy Klasky
  3. Hermione: read a book over 500 pages: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by JK Rowling
  4. Ginny: read a poetry book: Poetry of the Supernatural
  5. Luna Lovegood: read a book about creativity or something unusual: Born Creative by Harry Hoover
  6. Fred & George: read a book with twins in it: Double Exposure by Gloria Morgan Vanderbilt
  7. Fleur Delacour: read a book translated from another language: Legends of Gods and Ghosts: translated from the Hawaiian  by W.D. Westervelt
  8. Dumbledore’s Army: read a book about social justice or a current issue: There Were No Cats in America by Adam M. DeSimone
  9. Professor McGonagall: read a book with a strong female lead: Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen
  10. Dumbledore: read a book involving a school or teacher: Harry Potter and the Prisoner Of Azkaban by JK Rowling
  11. Gilderoy Lockhart: read a book from a celebrity book club: Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen
  12. Umbridge: read a book with a pink cover: Bohemian RhapsoDIE by Pearl Goodfellow
  13. Snape: read a book that includes page 394: Harry Potter and the Goblet Of Fire by JK Rowling
  14. Newt: read a book containing a fantastic beast: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by JK Rowling
  15. Bathilda Bagshot: read a book written by a woman: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince by JK Rowling
  16. Godric Gryffindor: read a book that represents this founder’s values: A Courageous Quest: Fables Of the Forgotten by Valmore Daniels
  17. Helga Hufflepuff: read a book that represents this founder’s values: Murder of a Friend by Shelley Gustman
  18. Rowena Ravenclaw: read a book that represents this founder’s values: The Riddle of the Three Rings by Guy Hadleigh and Joseph W. Gavan
  19. Salazar Slytherin: read a book that represents this founder’s values: Teaching Frankenstein by Victor James
  20. The Chosen One: read a book that mentions Harry Potter in it: Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins
  21. He who must not be named: read a book with a character that shares a name with a character from Harry Potter-verse: The Wild Hunt by Ron C. Nieto
  22. Deathly Hallows: read a book with a symbol on the cover: The Symbolon by Delia Colvin
  23. Gryffindor: read a book recommended by a Gryffindor: Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
  24. Hufflepuff: read a book recommended by a Hufflepuff: Persuasion by Jane Austen
  25. Ravenclaw: read a book recommended by a Ravenclaw: Emma by Jane Austen
  26. Slytherin: read a book recommended by a Slytherin: The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
  27. House Cup: read a book that has won an award: The Afterlife of Walter Agustus by Hannah Lynn
  28. Quidditch: read a book involving a sport: First Light by Bethanee Rajchman
  29. Wizarding Radio: listen to an audiobook: TBD
  30. Hogwarts Library: read a book you checked out from the library or borrowed from a friend: Matchmaking for Beginners by Maddie Dawson
  31. Herbology: read a book related to nature: The Plant Paradox by Steven R. Gundry
  32. Potions: read a book with potions, alchemy, or chemistry in it: Harry Potter and the Chamber Of Secrets by JK Rowling
  33. Astronomy: read a book with a star on the cover or in the title: Starstruck by Brenda Hiatt
  34. Defense Against the Dark Arts: read a book about Good vs. Evil: Silenced by Fear by Nicholas Jordan
  35. Transfiguration: read a book about a huge change: The Fairy Godmother by Mercedes Lackey
  36. History of Magic: read a historical fiction: Murder at Hartigan House by Lee Strauss
  37. Charms: read a book with a charming cover: Seven Devils and a Rose by Alexia Praks
  38. Care of Magical Creatures: read a book with an animal on the cover: Lucas by V.A. Dold
  39. Arithmancy read a book with a number in the title: Just One Damned Thing After Another by Jodi Taylor
  40. Ancient Runes: read a book set before you were born: A King Ensnared by J.R. Tomlin
  41. Flying: read a book with a bird on the cover: Gift of the Raven by Angela Fiddler
  42. Divination: read a book that includes prophecy or fortune telling: The Tucson Prophesy by C.L. Wells
  43. Muggle Studies: read a memoir or biography: Robin Williams: The Biography by Joy Lincoln
  44. Apparition: read a book set somewhere you want to travel (Rome): Cold Tuscan Stone by David P Wagner
  45. Restricted Section: read a banned book: The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
  46. Durmstrang: read a book with a boat in it: The Tide by Anthony J. Melchiorri
  47. Beaubatons: read a book by a French author: The Man Who Laughs by Victor Hugo
  48. Ilvermorny: read a book by an American author: Lethargy by Sonya Writes
  49. Gringotts: read a book with gold foiling: Leaves of Grass by Walt Whitman
  50. Flourish and Blotts: read a 2019 release: TBD
  51. The Dark Mark: read a book with a dark cover: The Stepmother by Cordelia Castel
  52. Hogwarts-A History: read a book that intimidates you: American Gods by Neil Gaiman

Levels:

  • Ron: complete 12 prompts
  • Harry: complete 24 prompts
  • Hermione: complete 52 prompts

Now, I’ve told myself I only need to do twelve of them. But if I can, I’d like to hit all fifty-two possible. But, with all of these lists, I have 208 books to read on my 2019 Reading List. Hopefully, I’ll be able to knock all of them out!

As ever, progress will be posted on my Goodreads account. Individual reviews will be posted as well.

What are you reading? What prompt level would you do?