I was introduced to the I Spy Book Challenge via Fictionophile, and knew I had to take part. You can click here to see her selections, and if you feel so inclined, follow the path of the I Spy Book Challenge takers before her.
Here are the rules:
Find a book on your shelves that contain (either on the cover or in the title) an example for each of the twenty categories.
You must have a separate book for all 20. Get as creative as you want and do it within five minutes (or longer if you have way too many books on way too many overcrowded shelves!)!
The Omnivore’s Dilemma Michael Pollan
The Girl on the Train Paula Hawkins
The Flamethrowers Rachel Kushner
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime Mark Haddon
#6 Something You Read
The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon Stephen King
#7 Body of Water
The Ocean at the End of the Lane Neil Gaiman
#8 Product of Fire
Angela’s Ashes Frank McCourt
The Princess Bride William Goldman
Under the Dome Stephen King
#11 Item of Clothing
The Memory Keeper’s Daughter Kim Edwards
#12 Family Member
Ramona and Her Mother Beverly Cleary
#13 Time of Day
Night of January16th Ayn Rand
The Music Shop Rachel Joyce
#15 Paranormal Being
Witches of East End Melissa de la Cruz
The Conservationist Nadine Gordimer
Silent Spring Rachel Corson
Red Ruby Heart in a Cold Blue Sea Morgan Callan Rogers
#19 Celestial Body
Walk Two Moons Sharon Creech
#20 Something That Grows
Heartbeat Sharon Creech
That was fun! It’s interesting to see a “random” list of some of your books laid out together, and to see how many editions of these books are out there when linking them up to Goodreads.
If you feel up to this Challenge, let me know so I can check out your post, or just share some bookish thoughts in the comments below.