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21.01.2021 22:14 #21 :: Pisania
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11. A book to celebrate The Grand Egyptian Museum Mia Meri: Egypti - Kala sarkofagissa & muita mysteerejä

Meri on egyptologi, joka tässä kirjassa vastaa niihin kysymyksiin muinaisesta Egyptistä, joita häneltä on eniten kysytty. Kirja liittyy Amos Rexissä parhaillaan olevaan näyttelyyn ja on kuvitettu näyttelyn esineillä.

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2. A book by an author whose name doesn't contain the letters A, T or Y: Elin Willows - Sisämaa. Eipä nimessä näytä kysyttyjä kirjaimia olevan.

51. A book whose title refers to person(s) without giving their name: Aurora Rämö, Vappu Kaarenoja - Tytöt - Suomalaisen tasa-arvon perusteet. Jollain tasolla vähän hassu valinta tähän kohtaan, mutta tytöt viittaa henkilöihin paljastamatta nimiä.

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23.01.2021 00:35 #23 :: Eija
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41. A book by a new-to-you BIPOC author - Stephen Graham Jones: Mapping the Interior

Stephen Graham Jones on Mustajalka heimoon kuuluva intiaani. En ole novelliakaan lukenut häneltä aiemmin, vaikka on pitänyt kokeilla jo aiemmin.

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Muokannut 23.01.2021 18:48 Eija

23.01.2021 16:21 #24 :: HourglassEyes
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33. A collection of short stories, essays, or poetry Stephen King: Mitä enemmän verta

- Kingin viimeisin suomennos sisältää neljä tarinaa

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1. A book related to “In the Beginning...”
2. A book by an author whose name doesn't contain the letters A, T or Y
3. A book related to the lyrics for the song "My Favorite Things" from The Sound of Music ( link )
4. A book with a monochromatic cover

5. A book by an author on USA Today's list of 100 Black Novelists You Should Read ( link )
6. A love story
7. A book that fits a prompt suggestion that didn't make the final list Marko Annala: Kuutio
8. A book set in a state, province, or country you have never visited

9. A book you associate with a specific season or time of year
10. A book with a female villain or criminal
11. A book to celebrate The Grand Egyptian Museum
12. A book eligible for the Warwick Prize for Women in Translation ( link )
13. A book written by an author of one of your best reads of 2020

14. A book set in a made-up place Stephen King: Keveys
15. A book that features siblings as the main characters
16. A book with a building in the title
17. A book with a Muslim character or author Khaleid Hosseini: Meren rukous

18. 3 books related to "Past, Present, Future" - Book 1 C.S. Forester: Luutnantti Hornblower
19. 3 books related to "Past, Present, Future" - Book 2 Ruth Ware: Nainen hytissä 10
20. 3 books related to "Past, Present, Future" - Book 3
21. A book whose title and author both contain the letter "u"
22. A book posted in one of the ATY Best Book of the Month threads

23. A cross genre novel
24. A book about racism or race relations
25. A book set on an island
26. A short book (<210 pages) by a new-to-you author David Duchovny: Pyhä lehmä

27. A book with a character who can be found in a deck of cards
28. A book connected to ice
29. A book that you consider comfort reading
30. A long book

31. A book by an author whose career spanned more than 21 years
32. A book whose cover shows more than 2 people Fiona Staples, Brian K. Vaughan: Saga, vol 9
33. A collection of short stories, essays, or poetry Stephen King: Mitä enemmän verta
34. A book with a travel theme
35. A book set in a country on or below the Tropic of Cancer

36. A book with six or more words in the title
37. A book from the Are You Well Read in World Literature list ( link )
38. A book related to a word given by a random word generator ( link )
39. A book involving an immigrant Anna Jansson: Katoavat jäljet

40. A book with flowers or greenery on the cover
41. A book by a new-to-you BIPOC author
42. A mystery or thriller
43. A book with elements of magic

44. A book whose title contains a negative
45. A book related to a codeword from the NATO Phonetic Alphabet ( link )
46. A winner or nominee from the 2020 Goodreads Choice Awards ( link )
47. A non-fiction book other than biography, autobiography or memoir
48. A book that might cause someone to react “You read what?!?”

49. A book with an ensemble cast
50. A book published in 2021
51. A book whose title refers to person(s) without giving their name
52. A book related to "the end"

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23.01.2021 18:47 #25 :: Eija
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21. A book whose title and author both contain the letter "u" - Martin Pistorius: Mykkä huuto - Poika, joka jäi oman kehonsa vangiksi

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Muokannut 01.02.2021 22:30 Eija

24.01.2021 15:22 #26 :: HourglassEyes
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8. A book set in a state, province, or country you have never visited Tomu Ohmi: Midnight Secretary vol. 2

- Japanissa en ole koskaan käynyt. Mutta jos joskus pääsisi...

48. A book that might cause someone to react “You read what?!?” Hinako Taganaka: Awkward Silence vol. 1

- Vaikka suurin osa tuttavapiiristäni jo onkin tottunut varsin rönsyilevään lukumakuuni, aina silloin tällöin jonkun kulmat kohoaa kysyvästi, kun mainitsee sanat manga ja -tai varsinkin BL/yaoi manga.
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1. A book related to “In the Beginning...”
2. A book by an author whose name doesn't contain the letters A, T or Y
3. A book related to the lyrics for the song "My Favorite Things" from The Sound of Music ( link )
4. A book with a monochromatic cover

5. A book by an author on USA Today's list of 100 Black Novelists You Should Read ( link )
6. A love story
7. A book that fits a prompt suggestion that didn't make the final list Marko Annala: Kuutio
8. A book set in a state, province, or country you have never visited Tomu Ohmi: Midnight Secretary vol. 2

9. A book you associate with a specific season or time of year
10. A book with a female villain or criminal
11. A book to celebrate The Grand Egyptian Museum
12. A book eligible for the Warwick Prize for Women in Translation ( link )
13. A book written by an author of one of your best reads of 2020

14. A book set in a made-up place Stephen King: Keveys
15. A book that features siblings as the main characters
16. A book with a building in the title
17. A book with a Muslim character or author Khaleid Hosseini: Meren rukous

18. 3 books related to "Past, Present, Future" - Book 1 C.S. Forester: Luutnantti Hornblower
19. 3 books related to "Past, Present, Future" - Book 2 Ruth Ware: Nainen hytissä 10
20. 3 books related to "Past, Present, Future" - Book 3
21. A book whose title and author both contain the letter "u"
22. A book posted in one of the ATY Best Book of the Month threads

23. A cross genre novel
24. A book about racism or race relations
25. A book set on an island
26. A short book (<210 pages) by a new-to-you author David Duchovny: Pyhä lehmä

27. A book with a character who can be found in a deck of cards
28. A book connected to ice
29. A book that you consider comfort reading
30. A long book

31. A book by an author whose career spanned more than 21 years
32. A book whose cover shows more than 2 people Fiona Staples, Brian K. Vaughan: Saga, vol 9
33. A collection of short stories, essays, or poetry Stephen King: Mitä enemmän verta
34. A book with a travel theme
35. A book set in a country on or below the Tropic of Cancer

36. A book with six or more words in the title
37. A book from the Are You Well Read in World Literature list ( link )
38. A book related to a word given by a random word generator ( link )
39. A book involving an immigrant Anna Jansson: Katoavat jäljet

40. A book with flowers or greenery on the cover
41. A book by a new-to-you BIPOC author
42. A mystery or thriller
43. A book with elements of magic

44. A book whose title contains a negative
45. A book related to a codeword from the NATO Phonetic Alphabet ( link )
46. A winner or nominee from the 2020 Goodreads Choice Awards ( link )
47. A non-fiction book other than biography, autobiography or memoir
48. A book that might cause someone to react “You read what?!?” Hinako Taganaka: Awkward Silence vol. 1

49. A book with an ensemble cast
50. A book published in 2021
51. A book whose title refers to person(s) without giving their name
52. A book related to "the end"

26.01.2021 19:25 #27 :: Pisania
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44. A book whose title contains a negative Katharine Orton: Nevertell 

Never löytyy.

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30.01.2021 14:30 #28 :: Pisania
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28. A book connected to ice Peter Høeg: Lumen taju

Tämä sijoittuu talviseen Kööpenhaminaan sekä Grönlannin hyisille vesille. Kertoja Smilla on puoliksi grönlantilainen lumi- ja jääasiantuntija ja kirjassa on paljon kuvauksia näiden elementtien ominaisuuksista, sekä grönlanninkielisiä sanoja erityyppisille lumi- ja jäämuodoille.

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31.01.2021 22:59 #29 :: HourglassEyes
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34. A book with a travel theme Douglas Adams: Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille #1


- Matkustetaan ympäri universumia Ja paljon!

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1. A book related to “In the Beginning...”
2. A book by an author whose name doesn't contain the letters A, T or Y
3. A book related to the lyrics for the song "My Favorite Things" from The Sound of Music ( link )
4. A book with a monochromatic cover

5. A book by an author on USA Today's list of 100 Black Novelists You Should Read ( link )
6. A love story
7. A book that fits a prompt suggestion that didn't make the final list Marko Annala: Kuutio
8. A book set in a state, province, or country you have never visited Tomu Ohmi: Midnight Secretary vol. 2

9. A book you associate with a specific season or time of year
10. A book with a female villain or criminal
11. A book to celebrate The Grand Egyptian Museum
12. A book eligible for the Warwick Prize for Women in Translation ( link )
13. A book written by an author of one of your best reads of 2020

14. A book set in a made-up place Stephen King: Keveys
15. A book that features siblings as the main characters
16. A book with a building in the title
17. A book with a Muslim character or author Khaleid Hosseini: Meren rukous

18. 3 books related to "Past, Present, Future" - Book 1 C.S. Forester: Luutnantti Hornblower
19. 3 books related to "Past, Present, Future" - Book 2 Ruth Ware: Nainen hytissä 10
20. 3 books related to "Past, Present, Future" - Book 3
21. A book whose title and author both contain the letter "u"
22. A book posted in one of the ATY Best Book of the Month threads

23. A cross genre novel
24. A book about racism or race relations
25. A book set on an island
26. A short book (<210 pages) by a new-to-you author David Duchovny: Pyhä lehmä

27. A book with a character who can be found in a deck of cards
28. A book connected to ice
29. A book that you consider comfort reading
30. A long book

31. A book by an author whose career spanned more than 21 years
32. A book whose cover shows more than 2 people Fiona Staples, Brian K. Vaughan: Saga, vol 9
33. A collection of short stories, essays, or poetry Stephen King: Mitä enemmän verta
34. A book with a travel theme Douglas Adams: Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille #1
35. A book set in a country on or below the Tropic of Cancer

36. A book with six or more words in the title
37. A book from the Are You Well Read in World Literature list ( link )
38. A book related to a word given by a random word generator ( link )
39. A book involving an immigrant Anna Jansson: Katoavat jäljet

40. A book with flowers or greenery on the cover
41. A book by a new-to-you BIPOC author
42. A mystery or thriller
43. A book with elements of magic

44. A book whose title contains a negative
45. A book related to a codeword from the NATO Phonetic Alphabet ( link )
46. A winner or nominee from the 2020 Goodreads Choice Awards ( link )
47. A non-fiction book other than biography, autobiography or memoir
48. A book that might cause someone to react “You read what?!?” Hinako Taganaka: Awkward Silence vol. 1

49. A book with an ensemble cast
50. A book published in 2021
51. A book whose title refers to person(s) without giving their name
52. A book related to "the end"

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14. A book set in a made-up place - J. K. Rowling: Harry Potter ja viisasten kivi

Kirjan tapahtumat sijoittuvat pääosin Tylypahkaan – noitien ja velhojen sisäoppilaitokseen. Paikkaan pääsee Lontoon King's Crossin asemalta laiturien 9 ja 10 välistä.

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Muokannut 04.02.2021 16:40 Eija

02.02.2021 22:15 #31 :: Pisania
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29. A book you consider comfort reading Selma Lagerlöf: Peukaloisen retket villihanhien seurassa

Sarjassamme kirjat jotka olisi voinut/pitänyt lukea lapsena mutta jäivät välistä. Sellaisten lukemisesta näin aikuisena tulee mukava, vaikkakin vähän haikea fiilis. En voi olla miettimättä millaisen vaikutuksen tämäkin kirja olisi tehnyt joskus nuorempana.

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03.02.2021 14:33 #32 :: HourglassEyes
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47. A non-fiction book other than biography, autobiography or memoir David Attenburough: Yksi elämä, yksi planeetta

- Vaikka kirjassa onkin paljon Attenburoughin omia kokemuksia, se ei ole muistelmateos, vaan Attenburoughin näkemys maapallon tilasta ja tulevaisuudesta. Vakuuttava teos.

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1. A book related to “In the Beginning...”
2. A book by an author whose name doesn't contain the letters A, T or Y
3. A book related to the lyrics for the song "My Favorite Things" from The Sound of Music ( link )
4. A book with a monochromatic cover

5. A book by an author on USA Today's list of 100 Black Novelists You Should Read ( link )
6. A love story
7. A book that fits a prompt suggestion that didn't make the final list Marko Annala: Kuutio
8. A book set in a state, province, or country you have never visited Tomu Ohmi: Midnight Secretary vol. 2

9. A book you associate with a specific season or time of year
10. A book with a female villain or criminal
11. A book to celebrate The Grand Egyptian Museum
12. A book eligible for the Warwick Prize for Women in Translation ( link )
13. A book written by an author of one of your best reads of 2020

14. A book set in a made-up place Stephen King: Keveys
15. A book that features siblings as the main characters
16. A book with a building in the title
17. A book with a Muslim character or author Khaleid Hosseini: Meren rukous

18. 3 books related to "Past, Present, Future" - Book 1 C.S. Forester: Luutnantti Hornblower
19. 3 books related to "Past, Present, Future" - Book 2 Ruth Ware: Nainen hytissä 10
20. 3 books related to "Past, Present, Future" - Book 3
21. A book whose title and author both contain the letter "u"
22. A book posted in one of the ATY Best Book of the Month threads

23. A cross genre novel
24. A book about racism or race relations
25. A book set on an island
26. A short book (<210 pages) by a new-to-you author David Duchovny: Pyhä lehmä

27. A book with a character who can be found in a deck of cards
28. A book connected to ice
29. A book that you consider comfort reading
30. A long book

31. A book by an author whose career spanned more than 21 years
32. A book whose cover shows more than 2 people Fiona Staples, Brian K. Vaughan: Saga, vol 9
33. A collection of short stories, essays, or poetry Stephen King: Mitä enemmän verta
34. A book with a travel theme Douglas Adams: Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille #1
35. A book set in a country on or below the Tropic of Cancer

36. A book with six or more words in the title
37. A book from the Are You Well Read in World Literature list ( link )
38. A book related to a word given by a random word generator ( link )
39. A book involving an immigrant Anna Jansson: Katoavat jäljet

40. A book with flowers or greenery on the cover
41. A book by a new-to-you BIPOC author
42. A mystery or thriller
43. A book with elements of magic

44. A book whose title contains a negative
45. A book related to a codeword from the NATO Phonetic Alphabet ( link )
46. A winner or nominee from the 2020 Goodreads Choice Awards ( link )
47. A non-fiction book other than biography, autobiography or memoir David Attenburough: Yksi elämä, yksi planeetta
48. A book that might cause someone to react “You read what?!?” Hinako Taganaka: Awkward Silence vol. 1

49. A book with an ensemble cast
50. A book published in 2021
51. A book whose title refers to person(s) without giving their name
52. A book related to "the end"

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04.02.2021 16:39 #33 :: Eija
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32. A book whose cover shows more than 2 people - Lilian Kallio: Ugudibuu

Kirjan 5 päähenkilöä on kannen kuvassa.

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Muokannut 05.02.2021 16:00 Eija

05.02.2021 10:39 #34 :: Pisania
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36. A book with six or more words in the title Meichi Ng: Barely functional adult – It'll all make sense eventually

Näin ikään.

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7. A book that fits a prompt suggestion that didn't make the final list - Fiona Staples & Brian K. Vaughan: Saga - Volume Eight

Kulutetaan nyt tämä kaikkein helpoin kohta jo nyt. Kohtaan saisi minkä tahansa kirjan ympättyä, kun vaihtoehtoja on niin paljon. Jos en nyt kuitenkaan valitse Reader’s Choicea vaan seuraavan vastaan tulleen kategorian eli A book with an animal on the cover – seepralta näyttää.

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Muokannut 06.02.2021 18:29 Eija

06.02.2021 17:08 #36 :: Pisania
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25. A book set on an island Stephen King: Doloreksen tunnustus

Tarina sijoittuu fiktiiviselle Little Tall Islandille Mainen osavaltion rannikolle.

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06.02.2021 18:28 #37 :: Eija
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45. A book related to a codeword from the NATO Phonetic Alphabet - Stephen King: Keveys

K – Kilo
Kirjan aihe liittyy kehon painoon - kiloihin.

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Muokannut 13.02.2021 18:55 Eija

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08.02.2021 00:48 #38 :: Skie
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4. A book with a monochromatic cover: Juhani Karila - Pienen hauen pyydystys. Kansi on oranssi.

12. A book eligible for the Warwick Prize for Women in Translation: Han Kang - Valkoinen kirja. Näkyi löytyvän vuoden 2018 listalta. 

27. A book with a character who can be found in a deck of cards: Madeline Miller - Akhilleen laulu. Ajattelin ihan vaan korttipakan sotilasta, kun kirjassakin lähes kaikki henkilöt ovat sotilaita. Wikipediasta löytyi vielä fun fact että ilmeisesti herttajätkä on korttipakan pariisilaisissa kuvioinnissa (vai miten kääntyykään) Hector eli yksi kirjassakin esiintyvistä Troijan sodan sankareista. 

39. A book involving an immigrant: Kim Thúy - Vi. Goodreadsissa oli pohdintaa siitä, onko refugee yhtä kuin immigrant, mutta omassa tulkinnassani on. Kirjassa siis päähenkilö perheensä kanssa pakenee Vietnamin sotaa Malesian kautta Kanadaan. 

49. A book with an ensemble cast: Jenni Pääskysaari: Pääskysaari ja Suomen parhaat. Tästäkin termistä määritelmät vähän vaihtelivat, mutta useampi päähenkilö jotka saavat suurin piirtein saman verran "ruutuaikaa" pätee tähän. 

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Muokannut 08.02.2021 00:48 Skie

10.02.2021 22:18 #39 :: Pisania
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45. A book related to a codeword from the NATO Phonetic Alphabet Richard C. Morais: Herkullinen elämä

I niin kuin India. Tarina alkaa Mumbaista, jossa päähenkilön perhe pitää ravintolaa. He muuttavat Eurooppaan ja perustavat intialaisen ravintolan uuteen kotikyläänsä Ranskassa.

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13.02.2021 18:55 #40 :: Eija
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30. A long book - Cixin Liu: Kuolema on ikuinen

874 sivua

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Muokannut 20.02.2021 16:08 Eija