So today I decided to mix things up and do the Bookshelf Scavenger Hunt.
I first saw this over on the I won’t Say I’m In Love With Reading blog, it looked like a lot of fun and something different to usual book tags so I decided to give it a go!
Let’s get our hunt on!
1. Find an author name or title with Z in:
Part of your world by Liz Braswell
2. Find a classic:
Sherlock Holmes Volume. 1 by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
3. Find a book with a key on it:
The Last Mile by David Baldacci – you have a whole bunch of keys on here!
4. Find something on your shelf that’s not a book:
Graduation teddy holding my flag from the Book Box Club
5. Find the oldest book on your shelf:
The Handmaids Tale by Margaret Atwood which was first published in 1985.
6. Find a book with a girl on it:
The Ice Princess by Camilla Lackberg
7. Find a book with an animal on it:
The Heart-Shaped Box by Joe Hill
8. Find a book with a male protagonist:
Death Note by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata
9. Find a book with only words on the cover:
Nomad by James Swallow
10. Find a book with illustrations in it:
Tangleweed and Brine by Deidre Sullivan
11. Find a book with gold lettering:
Under a dancing star by Laura Wood
12. Find a diary, true or fictional:
The Home by Karen Osman – Not a diary but features quite a lot of diary entries.
13. Find a book written by an author with a common name (like smith):
Child 44 by Tom Rob Smith
14. Find a book with a close up of something on it:
The Craftsman by Sharon Bolton (close up of a coffin plaque)
15. Find a book on yourself that takes place in the earliest time period:
The Blind Assassin by Margaret Atwood takes place from 1933
16. Find a hardcover book without a dust jacket:
100 Nasty Women of History by Hannah Jewell
17. Find a teal/turquoise book:
Darkside by Belinda Bauer
18. Find a book with stars on it:
Nevernight by Jay Kristoff
19. Find a non YA book:
Stasi Wolf (Karen Muller #2) by David Young
I can’t leave it at 19 so I’ve added the next question
20. Find your newest addition:
The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow
That was a lot more difficult than I expected! But it was definitely worth it.
If you have done this then please leave your link so I can head over, I love seeing what others have for their answers.
See you in the next one…