The 59-Book Fandom Reading Challenge

If you’re a person like me who, aside from being a bookworm, is also a fan of many other things and wants to think about and be involved with those things every single waking moment of my life, then this is the reading challenge for you. Here, books and other fandoms collide to help you pick your next read while also having fun ticking off items from a list (because ticking off items from a list is my idea of fun and maybe I should get a life).

The 100 — a book with a morally questionable character or premise

Agents of SHIELD — a political/spy thriller

Arrow — a book about vigilantes/vigilante justice

Attack on Titan — a novel that involves shapeshifters

The Avengers — a book that centers on a group of friends

Batman — a gritty novel/classic noir

Benedict Cumberbatch — a book with an eccentric protagonist

Brooklyn Nine-Nine — a lesser-known book by an author you loved

Dan and Phil — a book about an Internet sensation/phenomenon

Daredevil — a novel whose protagonist leads a double life

Deadpool — a book that employs dark humor

Descendants of the Sun — a war novel

Disney — a book that reminds you of your childhood

Doctor Who — a novel whose plot revolves around time

Dragon Age — a high-fantasy novel

Ed Sheeran — a book with an orange cover

The Flash — a book where there’s a storm in the story or in the title

Free! — a book whose story revolves around water

Game of Thrones — a book that involves a dysfunctional family

Glee — a book that inspired a musical/musical film

Gotham — a prequel to a beloved book/series

Gravity Falls — a horror book with a child as its protagonist/villain

Grey’s Anatomy — a book with a professional woman as its protagonist

Hamilton — a novel based on a historical figure

Hannibal — a cookbook/book about food

Harry Potter — a book considered to be one of the most influential books of all time

Hayao Miyazaki — a beloved children’s book

Hetalia — a novel that is set in a country that is far from your own

Homestuck — an indie favorite

How to Get Away With Murder — a book that centers on a heinous crime

The Hunger Games — a book that is about or set in an underdeveloped or developing country

Kingsman — a book that has a unique spin on its genre

Legend of Korra — a sequel to a beloved book

The Librarians — a novel where a character is taken from another literary work

The Lord of the Rings — a book that centers on a magical/cursed/special object

Merlin — a sword and sorcery book

My Little Pony — a book with a colorful cover

Naruto — a novel whose protagonist is an outcast

Once Upon A Time — a fairy tale retelling

One Direction — a feel-good YA romance

Orange is the New Black — a novel based on real events

Orphan Black — a book whose synopsis reminds you of another novel that you have read

Parks and Recreation — a memoir by a funny person

Percy Jackson — a novel with a plot that involves a mythology from any country

Pokemon — a book about animals

Sherlock — a classic that has inspired numerous other works

Star Trek — a book about exploration/exploring the unknown

Star Wars — a Star Trek book. Just kidding — a space opera

Stranger Things — a book by or related to a work by Stephen King, Steven Spielberg, or John Carpenter

Supergirl — a novel whose female protagonist kicks ass

Supernatural — a book that focuses on sibling (or any familial) relationships

Taylor Swift — a book published/set in the 1980s

Teen Wolf — a book that involves an interspecies friendship/romance

Tom Hiddleston — a play

Twilight — a book with mostly negative reviews but that you are curious about

Vampire Diaries — a paranormal romance

Vikings — a book whose protagonist is or is inspired by a legendary character

The Walking Dead — a book about a well-known pop culture icon/character

Welcome to Night Vale — a lesser-known horror novel

59 fandoms, 59 books. Happy reading!

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