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Book Riot's Read Harder Challenge, Part II

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We're back with round two of our Book Riot Read Harder Challenge suggestions! Completing this challenge is a lot of fun and can help broaden your literary scope but it can be tough to find books that fit the categories. That's where we come in! In ep. 82 we did five different categories and today we have 5 more for you. Below are links to all the books we discuss. Take a listen!

Read a Debut Novel

Read a book published between 1900 & 1950

Read a book about books

Read a book that has been banned or frequently challenged in your country

Read a classic by an author of color

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