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50 Shades of Grey

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             Logo Design by FlamingText.com Sometimes the good guys are all good and the bad guys are all bad, but sometimes it's not as black and white as that.

Duration - 1 to 28 February

Option 1 - Character Read books where a character is "50 shades of grey" (a bit good and a bit bad)

Option 2 - Spell it out Choose one or more of the following words - black, white, grey, good, bad. For each letter in the word read books with titles, series names, authors (first or last name), characters (first or last name), that begin with letters that correspond to letters of the words you chose. You may ignore the indefinite and definite articles (a, an, the, etc).

Option 3 - Word it out Read books with one of the following words in the title of the book or the series - black, white, grey, good, or bad. 

Option 4 - Covers Read books whet the covers are predominantly a combination of black and/or white and/or grey.

Option 5 - Combo Any combination of the above.

             Level -
             ◈ Good guy - 1 to 3 books
             ◈ Undercover cop - 4 to 6 books
             ◈ Double agent - 7 to 9 books
             ◈ Vigilante - 10 to 12 books
             ◈ Bad guy - 13+ books
Examples
Option 1 Fifty Shades of Grey by E. L. James - Character - Christian Grey

Option 2
B - Panic by Lauren Oliver - Character - Bishop
A - A Pretty Mess by Carla Caruso Astonvale #1 - title and series
D - Bared to You by Sylvia Day - Author
 Option 3
Black - Dark Lover by J. R. Ward - Black Dagger Brotherhood #1
or
Good - The Good Girl by Mary Kubica

Option 4









There are a few listopia lists that may help with Option 4 such as:
Books With Black And White Covers Or Something Close
YA Books with Girls in White & Black Dresses
White as the Driven Snow

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Hey! Here's a challenge.

The movie of 50 Shades of Grey is being released in February. That inspired me to write another reading challenge for NBRC.