Week 4 of my 52 book reading challenge (1 book per week for a year) is Tom Hiddleston week! Ok, not exactly, it's a book with a colour in the title week but this weeks book is read by Tom :D I'm not even reading a book myself this week, I'm listening to an audiobook. I get to sit and relax as Tom reads to me for hours and hours. Bliss.
The audiobook narrated by Tom Hiddleston is The Red Necklace by Sally Gardner. Scroll down for more info. Thank you to the awesome @cullenbutler for bringing this to my attention!
Who is (re)reading Fifty Shades of Grey by E L James just in time to watch the film version (out on 13th Feb)?? If you are please join in this weeks collective readathon. Yes, it's a book with a colour in the title!
If you're joining in this week please leave a comment below this blog post with what you're reading and/or tweet your chosen book using #WSreadingchallenge and tag me @word_scribbler too. Share and discuss what you're reading and maybe discover a new book to read :)
1. A book with 'Winter' in the title. I READ Winter Wonderland by Belinda Jones. REVIEW
2. A book set on or by the sea/ocean. I READ The Moon and More by Sarah Dessen. REVIEW UP SOON!
3. A book with a red cover. I READ Waking the Witch by Kelley Armstrong . REVIEW UP SOON!
4. A book with a colour in the title. THIS WEEK I'm listening to the audiobook of The Red Necklace by Sally Gardner (read by Tom Hiddleston!)
5. A book with 'Love' in the title.
6. A book that has been made into a movie or tv show.
7. A book recommended by a friend.
8. A book set in a place you want to visit.
9. A classic.
10. A book set in a city.
11. A book with an orange cover.
12. A book with 'Spring' in the title.
13. A memoir.
14. A book written by a UK author.
15. A collection of short stories.
16. A book with food in the title.
17. A book set in your favourite place.
18. A book your mum loves.
19. A book with a yellow cover.
20. A trilogy.
21. A book with 'Summer' in the title.
22. A book with a music industry theme/musician character.
23. A book that was originally written in a different language.
24. A book everyone has read but you.
25. A book where the main character has your dream job.
26. A book with a green cover,
27. A book set in France.
28. A book with a film industry theme/character.
29. A book set in your hometown.
30. A book by one of your favourite authors.
31. A book set in Italy.
32. A book with a blue cover.
33. A book set in London.
34. A book about a road trip/journey.
35. A book with a one-word title.
36. A book set in the countryside.
37. A book with 'Autumn' in the title.
38. A book with a purple cover.
39. A book set in New York.
40. A book with a number in the title.
41. A book with an animal on the cover.
42. A 'banned book'.
43. A book that was published the year you were born.
44. A book set in Los Angeles.
45. A book with a black and white cover.
46. A book with 'Chocolate' in the title.
47. A book published this year.
48. A book set at Christmas time.
49. A book by an author with the same first name as you.
50. A book with snow on the cover.
51. A book you learned about because of this challenge.
52. Reread your favourite book.
My chosen book for week 4 is - The Red Necklace by Sally Gardner
This is a Young Adult Novel.
The story of a remarkable boy called Yann Margoza; Tetu the dwarf, his friend and mentor; Sido, unloved daughter of a foolish Marquis; and Count Kalliovski, Grand Master of a secret society, who has half the aristocracy in thrall to him, and wants Yann dead. Yann is spirited away to London but three years later, when Paris is gripped by the bloody horrors of the Revolution, he returns, charged with two missions: to find out Kalliovski's darkest deeds and to save Sido from the guillotine. With a tangle of secrets, a thread of magic and a touch of humour, the follies of the aristocracy and the sufferings of ordinary people are unfolded as their lives move relentlessly towards the tragic and horrific days of the Terror. THE RED NECKLACE is not only a tremendous adventure story but a vibrant and passionate picture of Paris in turmoil and of a large cast of memorable characters.
What are you reading for week 4 ? A book with a colour in the title.