Reading Challenge: 20 Books ’til New Year’s Eve!

I know that I am not alone in being the owner of a dangerously high and tilting book tower of ‘To Be Read’ titles, not to mention the Kindle!And yet, I continue to buy more and more books! So, I have decided to do something about that. Inspired by Cathy Brown and her lovely blog 747books.com – I am challenging myself to read 20 books, beginning on September 1st and finishing on 31st December. Here is my list – I will not be reading them in any particular order – and may replace some with other titles that take my fancy, but for now, this is it!

 

1: Her Name was Rose: Claire Allan

2: The Cruelty Men: Emer Martin

3: The Trick to Time: Kit de Waal

4: Kind Nepenthe: Matthew V. Brockmeyer

5: The Collector: John Fowles

6: The Story Collector: Evie Gaughan

7: A Head Full of Ghosts: Paul Tremblay

8: Bone Music: Christopher Rice

9: Sweet Little Lies: Caz Frear

10: The View from The Cheap Seats: Neil Gaiman

11: When You Eyes Close: Tanya Farrelly

12: What was Lost: Catherine O’Flynn

13: The Colour of Bee Larkham’s Murder: Sarah J. Harris

14: House of Spines: Michael J. Malone

15: The Broken Girls: Simone St James

16: This House is Haunted: John Boyne

17: Clock Dance: Anne Tyler

18: The Dead Girls: Derek Flynn

19: Devils’ Day: Andrew Michael Hurley

20: The Nightmare: F.B. Hogan

 

3 thoughts on “Reading Challenge: 20 Books ’til New Year’s Eve!

  1. Good luck Caroline! The Collector is an amazing book – look forward to hearing what you think of it.

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  2. […] I’m a bit late with posting this as I’ve hit the ground running for November, but I’m still here, continuing my reading challenge, and in October I chose to read spooky novels, and ended up sneaking in a couple of titles that were not on the original list. See HERE […]

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