Book Bingo 2016: The End of the Journey (With a Win!)

BingoAs 2016 comes to an end, so too does my 2016 Book Bingo challenge. Given the hectic nature of the past few months, I did admittedly entirely forget about doing this so there are no updates or anything which I’m a bit sad about. The good news is that looking at my read pile I realised I covered a lot of ground in the past few months. I may not have been able to finish my card, but I managed to secure a bingo so I’m taking that as a win. I’m sure the point it to get a line anyway, not fill your card. So I’m pretty stoked, and looking at all the red on my chart I did well considering I thought it fell off the wagon a few months ago. My full list of books read is below, some of them managed to get a review, others didn’t, but I’ve linked in those that had and included their Goodreads link. I may still write reviews for some of these but this is where we stand at the moment. I loved doing this again, I haven’t made up next year’s yet but I have a bunch of new ideas and categories to cover so I’m looking forward to creating it. Did you do any book bingos this year? It definitely helps you read things you may not typically pick up and I’ve discovered some amazing books this way.

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Was a GiftElianne by Judy Nunn

Child Main CharacterYellow by Megan Jacobson – REVIEW

Set in AustraliaDead, Actually by Kaz Delaney – REVIEW

A Fairytale RetellingThe Princess Companion by Melanie Cellier – REVIEW

Author You’ve Never ReadTime and Time Again by Ben Elton

More Than 50 Years OldMy Brilliant Career by Miles Franklin

That ‘Every One’ Has ReadThe Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

Second Hand BookThe Dressmaker by Rosalie Ham

On TBR List for More Than a YearJasper Jones by Craig Silvey

Free ChoiceHeart and Brain Comic Collection by Nick Seluk

LGBTQIA CharacterThe Sidekicks by Will Kostakis

Recommended by a FriendDarkest Place by Jaye Ford

Chosen for the CoverThe Memory Book by Lara Avery – REVIEW

Self PublishedThe Crow Box by Nikki Rae – REVIEW

Involves Greek MythologyAntigoddess by Kendre Blake

Turned into a MovieMe Before You by Jojo Moyes

Reimagining a ClassicHamlet by John Marsden – REVIEW

 

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