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Friday, December 29, 2017

Goodreads Fall 2017 Scavenger - Celebrating the Mayflower: Wrap-up Post

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Goodreads Fall 2017 Scavenger - Celebrating the Mayflower
Timeframe: September 21 - December 20, 2017
20/20 books

✔1. Read a book where a character moves from one country to another - OR - read a book set in the fall (September, October, November).

The Troop by Nick Cutter - 11 Nov 2017
Read a book set in the Fall (October)

✔2. Read a book marked RELIGION on the main GR genre page - OR - read a book written by an author whose first AND last initials can be found in SEPARATIST.

There's Someone Inside Your House by Stephanie Perkins - 13 Oct 2017
Read a book written by an author whose first AND last initials can be found in SEPARATIST

3. Read a book marked FAMILY on its Goodreads main genre page - OR - a book with a pregnant woman.

Seven Days of Us by Francesca Hornak - 16 Nov 2017
A book with a pregnant woman

✔4. Read a book with some sort of weather shown on the cover (show us the cover) - or - read a book that took longer to read than you expected (it was longer you thought it needed to be or you went on vacation, etc.).

Merry and Bright by Debbie Macomber - 8 Nov 2017
Read a book with some sort of weather shown on the cover [snowing]

✔5. Read a book with "25" or "12" appearing intact and in that order in the total number of pages (tell us how many pages) - OR - a book with some sort of alcoholic beverage on the cover (show us the cover).

Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty - 7 Dec 2017
Read a book with "25" or "12" appearing intact and in that order in the total number of pages [512 pages]

✔6. Read a book that is small (150-200 pages) - OR - a book with a character who has to live in a small space (a tent, a small room, an attic, etc.).

Queen of Hearts by Martha Brooks - 24 Nov 2017
Read a book with a character who has to live in a small space [a hospital room]

✔7. Read a book with a candle or playing cards on the cover (show us the cover) - OR - a book where a meal is eaten.

It by Stephen King - 9 Oct 2017
Read a book where a meal is eaten

✔8. Read a book where an animal is important to the plot - OR - a book where the first letter of the first word of the title is found in PET (disregard A, An, The).

Two Nights by Kathy Reichs - 27 Oct 2017
Read a book where the first letter of the first word of the title is found in PET [T=Two]

✔9. Read a book with an honorific in the title (Captain, Dr., Mr. Mrs., Sir, etc.) - OR - a book with a character who is a cook or chef.

Body on the Bayou by Ellen Byron - 16 Dec 2017
Read a book with a character who is a cook or chef

✔10. Read a book in which the characters are in danger (without telling too much, tell us how) - OR - a book with a gun or cannon on the cover (show us the cover).

Afraid to Die by Lisa Jackson (To Die, Book #4) - 8 Oct 2017
Read a book in which the characters are in danger [women are being frozen in blocks of ice and adorned with pieces of jewelry owned by one of the police officers]

✔11. Read a book with some sort of pot on the cover (show us the cover) - OR - a book with an author's LAST name that begins with L or P.

Fierce Kingdom by Gin Phillips - 12 Dec 2017
Read a book with an author's LAST name that begins with L or P [P=Phillips]

✔12. Read a book where someone travels by ship - or - read a book set in England OR Holland (Netherlands).

The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield - 25 Nov 2017
Read a book set in England

✔13. Read a book in which a character double-crosses another character or cheats in some way - or - read a book whose title or author's name has TWO sets of double-letters (they don't have to be in the same word).

In a Dark, Dark Wood by Ruth Ware - 16 Oct 2017
Read a book in which a character double-crosses another character or cheats in some way

✔14. Read a book with some sort of tool on the cover (show us the cover) - or - read a book that you started previously, put down, then picked up again and finished.

Wreck the Halls by Sarah Graves (Home Repair is Homicide, Book #5) - 20 Dec 2017
Read a book with some sort of tool on the cover [a hammer]



✔15. Read a book with a character whose FIRST name starts with J (tell us the name) - or - read a book with a carpenter or which contains some sort of wood-working activity.

Dust by Joan Frances Turner (The Resurgam Trilogy, Book #1) - 23 Oct 2017
Read a book with a character whose FIRST name starts with J (tell us the name) - Jessie

✔16. Read a book where a group of people work together to solve a problem - or - read a book with at least two KEY words in the title that start with the same letter.

Beauty and the Beast by Elizabeth Rudnick - 31 Oct 2017
Read a book with at least two KEY words in the title that start with the same letter [B]

✔17. Read a book set in a cold climate (tell us where) - OR - a book showing shoes or stockings/socks on the cover (show us the cover).

The Shining by Stephen King (The Shining, Book #1) - 6 Nov 2017
Read a book set in a cold climate [in the mountains in Colorado]

✔18. Read a book in which disease in involved - or - read a book with either 5 or 3 in the original publication YEAR (tell us the year).

Burnt Offerings by Robert Marasco - 30 Oct 2017
Read a book with either 5 or 3 in the original publication YEAR [1973]

✔19. Read a book with hills or mountains on the cover (show us the cover) - or - read a book with a character who acts as bodyguard for another character.

An Angel for Christmas by Heather Graham - 18 Nov 2017
Read a book with hills or mountains on the cover



✔20. Read a book that you consider to be a quick and easy read - or - read a book set in London.

Slade House by David Mitchell - 19 Oct 2017
Read a book set in London




The Troop by Nick Cutter There's Someone Inside Your House by Stephanie Perkins Seven Days of Us by Francesca Hornak Merry and Bright by Debbie Macomber Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty Queen of Hearts by Martha Brooks It by Stephen King Two Nights by Kathy Reichs Body on the Bayou (Cajun Country Mystery, #2) by Ellen Byron Afraid To Die (To Die #4) by Lisa Jackson Fierce Kingdom by Gin PhillipsThe Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield In a Dark, Dark Wood by Ruth Ware Wreck the Halls (Home Repair is Homicide, #5) by Sarah Graves Dust by Joan Frances Turner Beauty and the Beast Novelization by Elizabeth Rudnick The Shining by Stephen King Burnt Offerings by Robert Marasco An Angel for Christmas by Heather Graham Slade House by David Mitchell 

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