A Book With More than 500 pages: Assassin's Quest, by Robin Hobb, at 848.
A Forgotten Classic: The Blazing World, by the Duchess of Newcastle.
A Book That Became A Movie: Empire of the Sun, by J.G. Ballard.
A Book Published This Year: Doctor Who: The Shakespeare Notebooks, by James Goss, Jonathan Morris, Julian Richards, Justin Richards and Matthew Sweet.
A Book With A Number In The Title: 334, by Tom Disch.
A Book Written By Someone Under Thirty: Two Serpents Rise, by Max Gladstone, who turned thirty this year. (I'm taking this as someone under 30 when the book was published.)
A Book With Non-Human Characters: Crumbs, where to start? Most recently perhaps George Mann's Engines of War.
A Funny Book: F in Exams (and F in Retakes), by Richard Benson.
A Book By A Female Author: Legacy, by Jayne Olorunda.
A Book With A Mystery: The Snowman, by Jo Nesbø.
A Book With A One-Word Title: Crash, by J.G. Ballard.
A Book of Short Stories: A Winter Book, by Tove Jansson.
A Free Square: Dotter of Her Father's Eyes, by Mary M. Talbot and Brian Talbot.
A Book Set On A Different Continent: The Good Husband of Zebra Drive, by Alexander McCall Smith.
A Book of Non-Fiction: Homage to Catalonia, by George Orwell.
The First Book By A Favourite Author: Slightly cheating, but the first edition of The Making of Doctor Who was Terrance Dicks' first book as far as I can tell. Also slightly cheating, but in a different way, Damaged Goods.
A Book You Heard About Online: Spoiled for choice! The Lies of Locke Lamora, by Scott Lynch.
A Best-Selling Book: The Other Hand (aka Little Bee), by Chris Cleave.
A Book Based On A True Story: Memoirs of Hadrian, by Marguerite Yourcenar.
A Book At The Bottom Of Your To Be Read Pile: The Life of Sir Denis Henry: Catholic Unionist, by A.D. McDonnell (Obviously for this one I break the rule that it must be something I have read this year.)
A Book Your Friend Loves: rmc28 was smart enough to give me Battle for Bittora, by Anuja Chauhan, with her strong recommendation.
A Book That Scares You: Unearthed, ed. John J. Johnston - though I fear not for the right reasons.
A Book That Is More Than 10 Years Old: Buddenbrooks, by Thomas Mann.
The Second Book In A Series: Saga, Volume 2, by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples.
A Book With A Blue Cover: Here, have several: