Thursday, January 1, 2009

To Be Read Challenge 2009

Read 12 books in 12 months.

You may NOT change your list after January 1st, 2009!
You may create an alternates list of 12 books to have options to choose from. No re-reads.

Full details here.

My list for this challenge, books read are highlighted in red or linked to the review.

The Lost City of Z by David Grann
The Mighty Queens of Freeville by Amy Dickinson
A Mercy by Toni Morrison
No Such Creature by Giles Blunt
The Entropy of Aaron Rosclatt by James Sandham
When Wanderers Cease to Roam by Vivian Swift
American Rust by Philipp Meyer

Now The Drum Of War by Robert Roper

Jenford by Henrik E. Sadi

Tethered by Amy MacKinnon

The Believers by Zoe Heller
Eclipse by James North Patterson

Alternate list:

The House at Midnight by Lucie Whitehouse
Shopping for Porcupine by Seth Kantor

Letters Between Us by Linda Rader Overman
The Glister by John Burnside
Rocket Man by William Elliott Hazelgrove

Yes, You can Make it Happen by Juna Jinsei PhD.
Etta by Gerald Kolpan
The Translator by Daoud Hari
The Translucent Tree by NobukoTakagi
Two Hemispheres by Nadine McInnis
The Art Instinct by Denis Dutton

3 comments:

  1. I plan to sign up for this one tomorrow. I didn't fare so well this past year with it, but I'm determined to do better this year.

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  2. Good luck with the challenge! Happy New Year!

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  3. I joined this one too. It's one of my favorite challenges of all!

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