Saturday, April 29, 2017

Dewey's Read-a-thon Mini-Challenge: One-Night Reads


Update: The randomly-selected winner is Book Bunny's Burrow. Since she is from Finland, I will let her pick a book from Book Depository! Congratulations!

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  1. The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky

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  2. A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness

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  3. And Every Morning the Way Home Gets Longer and Longer by Frederik Backman

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  4. Finding Audrey by Sophie Kinsella

    email: wmkelly27@gmail.com

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  5. Geekerella by Ashley Poston

    email: wmkelly27@gmail.com

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  6. This is Where it Ends by Marieke Nijkamp

    email: wmkelly27@gmail.com

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  7. Cat lady by Mary M Schmidt

    Spinesinaline@gmail.com

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  8. The Golden Shovel Anthology edited by Peter Kahn, Ravi Shankar and Patricia Smith triniqt@gmail.com

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  9. The Honest Truth by Dan Gemeinhart

    email: wmkelly27@gmail.com

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  10. Nimona by Noelle Stevenson

    email: wmkelly27@gmail.com

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  11. Someone You Love is Gone by Gurjinder Basran
    triniqt@gmail.com

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  12. The Sun is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon

    email: wmkelly27@gmail.com

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  13. Anything by Kate DiCamillo. They're not just for middle grades!

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  14. Flesh and Bone and Water by Luiza Sauma
    triniqt@gmail.com

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  15. Meeting with My Brother by Mun-Yol Yi
    triniqt@gmail.com

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  16. Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon

    email: wmkelly27@gmail.com

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  17. Whiskey Words and a Shovel I by RH Sin
    triniqt@gmail.com

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  18. A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

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  19. What Momma Left Me by Renée Watson
    triniqt@gmail.com

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  20. 1984 or Animal Farm by George Orwell

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  21. Exit West by Mohsin Hamid
    triniqt@gmail.com

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  22. Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman
    (Twitter @rob_nunn)

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  23. The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill. lindseypro21 (at) aol.com

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  24. Aristoteles and Dante discover the secrets of the universe by Benjamn Alire Saénz!

    (donia.krook@gmail.com)

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  25. Miss Pettigrew Lives For A Day by Winifred Watson
    laromabella@gmail.com

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  26. The first three books of Harry Potter can, I believe, easily be finished in one night. And they are wonderful! :)

    almacubana@gmail.com

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  27. Racing In The Rain by Garth Stein

    Contact@FictionForesight.com

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  28. Ash by Malinda Lo
    A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams
    The Duff by Kody Keplinger
    If I Was Your Girl by Meredith Russo
    We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adiche
    Cut my Patricia McCormick
    Come Close by Sara Gran

    & Every manga in existence!

    Email: wishfulfillmentsylwia [at] gmail

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  29. To Build A Fire by Jack London

    Contact@FictionForesight.com

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  30. I'll recommend "House rules", by Jodi Picoult.
    It's a long novel, but so engaging that I actually read it in one night.
    The main character is an autistic teenager; there has been a crime and he is the main suspect.
    I really couldn't put it down.

    Thanks for the mini-challenge!
    My email is: fromisi.orejas@gmail.com

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  31. Me and Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews
    email: wulfie@hotmail.ca

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  32. The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman

    Contact@FictionForesight.com

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  33. The Alchemist

    email: goktrose@yahoo.com

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  34. Raising Unicorns by Jessica S. Marquis

    bookbunnysburrow(at)gmail.com

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  35. Animal Farm by George Orwell

    bookbunnysburrow(at)gmail.com

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  36. All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven!

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  37. The Little Prince by Antoine De Saint-Exupery

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  38. Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck

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  39. The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

    bookbunnysburrow(at)gmail.com

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  40. Farenheight 451 by Ray Bradbury

    Twitter: @creaturetheanna

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  41. The Bookshop by Penelope Fitzgerald

    hobbit68@aol.com

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  42. The Catcher in the Rye by J. D. Salinger

    bookbunnysburrow(at)gmail.com

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  43. The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka

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  45. The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving

    hobbit68@aol.com

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  46. The Ivory and the Horn by Charles de Lint
    The Little Country by de Lint

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  47. Animal Farm by George Orwell

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  48. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time by Mark Haddon. Sorry for so many entries but I really like thinking up short books!

    bookbunnysburrow(at)gmail.com

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  49. Any of Charlotte MacLeod's Peter Shandy mysteries.
    wellreadpirate @ gmail.com

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  50. More Happy Than Not by Adam Silvera. Crying before sleeping is warned though. Tissues are recommended.

    Email: krissadelem@gmail.com

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  51. The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde. One of my favourite classics!

    bookbunnysburrow(at)gmail.com

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  52. The entire Jolie Wilkins series. It can be done! I did it. I DEVOURED it!

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  53. Katie Oliver's Prada & Prejudice (my first book of the readathon, in fact!)
    wellreadpirate @ gmail.com

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  54. Realmsic Conquest: Hero of Legend by Demethius Jackson

    rnm . owl @ gmail

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  55. The Tales of Beedle the Bard by J. K. Rowling.
    bookbunnysburrow(at)gmail.com

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  56. Carry On by Rainbow Rowell. Little bit of a chunkier book but it is addicting.

    Email: krissadelem@gmail.com

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  57. Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson. This one was really emotional.
    bookbunnysburrow(at)gmail.com

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  58. A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
    bookbunnysburrow(at)gmail.com

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  59. Go Ask Alice by Beatrice Sparks. This one was really touching too!
    bookbunnysburrow(at)gmail.com

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  60. And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie. I promise this is the last one!
    bookbunnysburrow(at)gmail.com

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  61. Exit, Pursued by a Bear by EK Johnston

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  62. Holy the Firm by Annie Dillard. Even if you only have a few hours, it's a short read, but one of my favorites.

    mapleapplepie1@gmail.com

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  63. Pastrix, by Nadia Bolz-Weber
    kathrynlaurence(at)gmail.com

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  64. The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman

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  65. Dark Matter, by Blake Crouch
    kathrynlaurence(at)gmail.com

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  66. March (Books One, Two, and Three)
    kathrynlaurence(at)gmail.com

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  67. Grief is the thing with feathers by Max Porter. (email: melodymoonchild@gmail.com)

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  68. Vincent, by Barbara Stok
    kathrynlaurence(at)gmail.com

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  69. Roverandom, by J.R.R. Tolkien
    kathrynlaurence(at)gmail.com

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  70. Andromache, by Euripides
    kathrynlaurence(at)gmail.com

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  71. Fun Home, by Alison Bechdel
    kathrynlaurence(at)gmail.com

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  72. Any of the chronicles of narnia!

    diana_curtis93@yahoo.com

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  73. Alanna: The first adventure by Tamora Pierce
    stephaniegiesler618@gmail.com

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  74. The Sign of the Four by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

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  75. The Death of Ivan Ilych, by Leo Tolstoy
    kathrynlaurence(at)gmail.com

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  77. The Melody of You and Me

    diana_curtis93@yahoo.com

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  78. The Undomestic Goddess - SOphie Kinsella

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  79. The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde

    diana_curtis93@yahoo.com

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  80. Shrill by Lindy West

    diana_curtis93@yahoo.com

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  81. We Are Okay by Nina LaCour
    Mirandakae95@gmail.com

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  82. The Five People you meet in Heaven - Mitch Albom
    stephaniegiesler618@gmail.com

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  83. The Woman in Black by Susan Hill
    ferskner(at)gmail(dot)com

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  85. The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
    leenyburns2006@gmail.com

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  86. One for the Dough by Janet Evanovich
    leenyburns2006@gmail.com

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  87. The CUrsed Child - JK ROwling
    stephaniegiesler618@gmail.com

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  88. Charlotte's Web - E.B White
    stephaniegiesler618@gmail.com

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  89. "The Skin I'm In" by Sharon Flake. I actually just read it for the readathon and really enjoyed it!

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  90. Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates.
    abergsman@gmail.com

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  91. Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon
    kristenlynnkreashko@gmail.com

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  92. Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire
    lollipopsbooksblog@gmail.com

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  93. The Princess Diaries by Meg Cabot
    kristenlynnkreashko@gmail.com

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  94. Keeping The Moon by Sarah Dessen
    kristenlynnkreashko@gmail.com

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  95. The Selection by Kiera Cass
    kristenlynnkreashko@gmail.com

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  96. The Selection by Kiera Cass (or any of its sequels)
    Flawed by Cecilia Ahern
    The Hunger Games and The first Three Harry Potters
    The Great Gatsby
    Anything by Liane Moriarty. Even her longer books like Big Little Lies fly by because you cannot put them down.
    Almost any Graphic Novel.

    Thenoglogs@gmail.com

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  97. Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them by J. K. Rowling

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  98. The Indian In The Cupboard by Lynne Reid Banks
    kristenlynnkreashko@gmail.com

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  99. The Ocean At The End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman
    kristenlynnkreashko@gmail.com

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  100. The Odds of Loving Grover Cleveland by Rebekah Crane

    Insta @heelsnglitter

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  101. The Little Prince - Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
    E-mail: McDermott.LA@gmail.com

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  102. Every heart a doorway by seanan McGuire! (purvissusie@yahoo.com)

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  103. Waiting for Godot - Samuel Beckett
    E-mail: McDermott.LA@gmail.com

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  104. Ready Player One - Ernest Cline
    E-mail: McDermott.LA@gmail.com

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  105. I ripped through Read Player one in a day! so good!
    marianavillanueva2@gmail.com

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  106. Tuck everlasting - Natalie Babbitt
    Rtrsh82@gmail.com

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  107. Also 'Perfect Days' by Rafael Montes it's so creepy and addicting! It's terrifying but you can't rip your eyes away
    marianavillanueva2@gmail.com

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  108. Piecing Me Together by Renee Watson

    (Jennifer.powell2011(at)gmail(dot)com

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  110. Silence Fallen by Patricia Briggs
    Katie H
    Katieh (at) mvdsl (dot) com

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  111. For sweet YA romance: "The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight" by Jennifer E. Smith.

    For gripping, in-your-face YA fiction: Robert Cormier's books such as "Heroes" or "Tunes for Bears to Dance to".

    Link to my email: http://scr.im/3q4e

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  112. Poison by Sarah Pinborough

    @riotgrrl42 on IG & Twitter

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  113. Eight Cousins by Louisa May Alcott

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  114. The Statistical Probability of love at first sight by Jennifer E. Smith! Really good book! :)

    lizzika(at)gmail.com

    Happy readathon!

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  115. Fortunately, the Milk by Neil Gaiman

    @tijanacullen on twitter or tinchy90bl@hotmail.com

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  116. Breaking Up Is Hard to Do (But You Could've Done Better) by Hilary Campbell
    msmainon at gmail

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  117. Coraline by Neil Gaiman

    @tijanacullen on twitter or tinchy90bl@hotmail.com

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  118. Alanna: The First Adventure by Tamora Pierce - it's a nice YA fantasy that can be read super quickly. Addicting, as well.

    ctmorrison36@gmail.com

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  120. Alanna: The First Adventure by Tamora Pierce - it's a nice YA fantasy that can be read super quickly. Addicting, as well.

    ctmorrison36@gmail.com

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  121. The Vegetarian by Han Kang (currently reading)

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  122. The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton

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  123. Multiple Choice by Alejandro Zambra (just read it for the first time today!)

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  124. If I Have a Wicked Stepmother, Where's My Prince by Melissa Kantor

    jetvellinga@hotmail.com

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  125. Cat Out of Hell by Lynne Truss
    -Ashley

    bookworm39647@hotmail.com

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  126. Reunion by Fred Uhlman. A beautifully written, but chilling book set in Germany in the thirties.

    labben87@gmail.com

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  127. The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman

    jetvellinga@hotmail.com

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  128. Once Upon a Marigold by Jean Farris

    jetvellinga@hotmail.com

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  129. Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes
    (a favorite of mine!)
    undermyappletree at gmail.com

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  130. Any book under 250 pages usually ends up being a one night read. I usually start and I think there isn't much left and end up staying up really late. world4anna(at)gmail

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  131. Reasons to Stay Alive by Matt Haig

    Email: bryonyfaye96@hotmail.co.uk

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  132. When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi. Paperbits@comporium.net

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  133. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

    Email: bryonyfaye96@hotmail.co.uk

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  134. The Gun a Room by Georgina Harding Paperbits@comporium.net

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  135. The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

    avidreader25@gmail.com

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  136. As I am seeing so many people read this time, any book by Agatha Christie can be a fun one night read. I would pick "Murder on the Orient Express." sarahrweiss@gmail.com

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  137. The Guest Cat by Takashi Hiraide

    umopdaap at gmail.com

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  138. The Strange Library by Haruki Murakami

    umopdaap at gmail.com

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  139. Rat Queens Vol. 1 by Kurtis J. Wiebe and Roc Upchurch
    kaitlinkeyes@hotmail.com

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  140. Anthem by Aryn Rand (a favorite) alynnialee@gmail.com

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  141. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone by J.K Rowling
    kaitlinkeyes@hotmail.com

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  142. And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
    kaitlinkeyes@hotmail.com

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  143. Witness by Karen Hesse
    vendija723@Yahoo.com

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  144. Dept. of Speculation by Jenny Offill. (laura@buttontapper.com)

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  145. Truman Capote's "Thanksgiving Visitor" and "A Christmas Memory."
    vendija723@yahoo.com

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  146. Universal Harvester, by John Darnielle
    elaine117@gmail.com

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  147. And Then There Were None, by Agatha Christie
    elaine117@gmail.com

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  148. Allen Say's "Drawing from Memory" and Neil Gaiman's "The Sleeper and the Spindle."

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  149. Darkness Visible: A Memory of Madness by William Styron

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  150. Miracle at the Higher Grounds Cafe by Max Lucado

    caputomommy@yahoo.com

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  151. If you like SF Binti by Nnedi Okorafor (though perhaps it being a 90 page novella is cheating).

    Alternatively - Alanna by Tamora Pierce or Arrows of the Queen by Mercedes Lackey - both classic YA coming of age stories

    jlsbibliomania at gmail

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  152. classic book : Of Mice and Men
    welschkt@yahoo.com

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  153. New Release/self help/humor: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F**k
    welschkt@yahoo.com

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  154. Middle grade: The Phantom Tollbooth
    welschkt@yahoo.com

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  155. Anne of Green Gables ((I've always loved this book! Any from this series, really!!))
    SmileyStar5241@aol.com

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  156. Holding Up the Universe...just read it in one night last week. Couldn't put it down.
    Courtney
    stilettostorytime@gmail.com

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  157. Graffiti Moon
    by Cath Crowley

    jennreneee@gmail.com

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  158. The Storied Life of AJ Fikry.
    stacybooks@yahoo.com

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  159. Alice's in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass! Classics and both can be done in one night!! Must-reads!
    SmileyStar5241@aol.com

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  160. Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon

    brookeb811@gmail.com

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  161. The Giver by Lois Lowry
    silvermcdaid@gmail.com

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  162. Coming Through Slaughter, by Michael Ondaatje.

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  163. The Road by Cormac McCarthy

    reviewsandreadathons@gmail.com

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  164. I have literally just finished When Breath Becomes Air and so that has to be my pick. It is non-fiction but I still managed to fly though it. It is so emotionally draining, however, so probably not the best readathon pick...

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  165. We Are Okay by Nina LaCour
    artandquirks@gmail.com

    (cant seem to sign in into anything listed. http://artandquirks.wordpress.com is my blog)

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  168. Extinction Journals by Jeremy Robert Johnson
    (caramelkrazy@netscape.net)

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  169. A Small Place by Jamaica Kincaid
    (caramelkrazy@netscape.net)

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  170. Wolverton Station by Joe Hill
    (caramelkrazy@netscape.net)

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  171. Uglies by Scott Westerfeld (nushoesocks@gmail.com)

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  172. 172 Hours on the Moon by Johan Harstead (nushoesocks@gmail.com)

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  173. The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith (nushoesocks@gmail.com)

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  174. Finding Audrey by Sophie Kinsella (nushoesocks@gmail.com)

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  175. The Magician's Nephew by C.S. Lewis
    yd.minervamax@gmail.com

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  176. The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis
    yd.minervamax@gmail.com

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  177. The Horse and His Boy by C.S. Lewis
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  178. Prince Caspian by C.S. Lewis
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