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Antonym Reading Challenge

Getting there Introduction

I came across this challenge and instantly fell in love with it. I am excited about this challenge hosted at Book Obsessed . There are different levels and I will just be a DIPLOMA holder with this.

Here are the rules:

1) The goal of this challenge is to read books by matching antonyms in the title. To help you out, here is a link to a couple of web sites to get you started: Opposite Word and Thesaurus.

2) Your books can be of any genre and any format (ie. paperback, e-book, audiobook, etc.). No short stories. Re-reads and crossovers from other reading challenges are fine. (Re-read reviews must be written within the year 2012; you can not use old reviews.)

3) You can list your books in advance or list them as you read them. The idea of this challenge came from a Goodreads group.

4) There are 4 levels for this
Diploma: 6 – 10 books
Bachelors: 12 – 20 books
Masters: 22 – 30 books
Doctorate: 32+

The books read for this challenge will go here:

  1. Wicked *Lies* by Lisa Jackson & Nancy Bush
  2. The Whole *Truth* by James Scott Bell

  1. One *Night* at the Call Center by Chetan Bhagat
  2. For One More *Day* by Mitch Albom

  1. Sweet Jiminy by Kristin Gore

  1. The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga
  2. My life in black and white by Natasha Friend

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