FFB 30 Day Book Challenge Recap (Warning: Restaurant Post)

It’s all over. Thanks for joining me for the challenge. I’ll be back to the regular 3-4 posts per week schedule next week. Here is the complete 30 Day Book Challenge recap:

Day 1: Favorite book (Moby-Dick)
Day 2: Least favorite book (The Pearl)
Day 3: Book that makes you laugh out loud (Nobody Move)
Day 4: Book that makes you cry (All the King’s Men)
Day 5: Book you wish you could live in (Swamplandia!)
Day 6: Favorite young adult book (The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn)
Day 7: Book that you can quote/recite (Reality Hunger: A Manifesto)
Day 8: Book that scares you (Cat’s Cradle)
Day 9: Book that makes you sick (Child of God)
Day 10: Book that changed your life (The Stranger)
Day 11: Favorite book from your favorite author (Blood Meridian)
Day 12: Book that is most like your life (At Swim-Two-Birds)
Day 13: Book whose main character is most like you (The Catcher in the Rye)
Day 14: Book whose main character you want to marry (Hondo)
Day 15: First “chapter book” you can remember reading (Sideways Stories from Wayside School)
Day 16: Longest book you’ve read (The Iliad)
Day 17: Shortest book you’ve read (Bartleby, the Scrivener)
Day 18: Book you’re most embarrassed to say you read (The Complete Idiots Guide to Writing a Novel)
Day 19: First book that made you want to read (Fahrenheit 451)
Day 20: Book you keep thinking about (Wise Blood)
Day 21: Favorite picture book from childhood (Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?)
Day 22: Book you plan to read next (Six Memos for the Next Millennium)
Day 23: Book you tell people you’ve read, but haven’t (Battlefield Earth)
Day 24: Book that contains your favorite scene (As I Lay Dying)
Day 25: Favorite comic book (All-Star Superman)
Day 26: Favorite nonfiction book (The Tiger: A True Story of Vengeance and Survival)
Day 27: Favorite short story collection (After the Quake)
Day 28: Last book you read (The Art of War for Writers)
Day 29: Book you’re currently reading (The Clown)
Day 30: Favorite coffee table book (U2 by U2)

QOL: human, meaning and truth, beauty, religion/irreligion

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