Kathy, who often inspires me to read random, and sometimes unexpected books with her monthly themes, this time challenged me and some fellow bloggers with the I Spy Book Challenge. The aim is to find books with certain things on the cover or in the title, one for each prompt, within five minutes. To put my own spin on things, I decided to pick from books I own in a printed version.
Of course it took me ages, but here we go…
Ice cream is one of the most important food groups, and a staple in my diet.
JFK’s ill-fated car.
These guys don’t mess around…
The story has actually nothing do with wolves.
The botched investigation that become known as “Six Four“.
Not the sort of beach where I’d like to chill…
Kittycat in the smoke.
Stephen King… I do feel very smug, yes.
I always wanted to live in a brick house with a fire escape.
I do love check shirts.
As an only child, I always wondered what it would be like to have a twin. Or a sister. Or a brother…
I’m not even quite sure what this book is about. A friend of mine gave it to me together with the first book, because I liked the cover.
I wonder what sweet tunes the bear is listening to. Also, Spud is one of my all time favourite series.
Well, this was a hard one because I don’t tend to read paranormal stuff. Couldn’t even find an English book that would be fitting. I’m not quite sure what this dude is supposed to be, but he’s ain’t normal-normal for sure.
Brandon Hackett is the pseudonym of Hungarian author Boton Markovics, in case you were wondering.
Don’t know about you guys, but I always hated maths.
A.k.a. ice cream and beach season.
Have you guys read this? Creepy as fuck…
It’s disaster time!
Wheat? Barley? Does it matter?