The challenge takes place between June 1st and September 3rd, during which time the reader pledges to read 20 books from his or her TBR in three months.
I’m proud to say that for the second year in a row, I fulfilled my pledge. I actually exceeded my pledge in that I read and reviewed 21 titles within the time frame.
My original plan was to read the following 20 titles:
- Pieces like pottery by Dan Buri (318 p.) MY REVIEW
- Beyond the wild river by Sarah Maine (336 p.) MY REVIEW
- Entry Island by Peter May (544 p.) MY REVIEW
- The widow’s house by Carol Goodman (368 p.) MY REVIEW
- The long drop by Denise Mina (320 p.) *still on my TBR
- The girl who was taken by Charlie Donlea (340 p.) MY REVIEW
- Lost for words by Stephanie Butland (368 p.) MY REVIEW
- Magpie murders by Anthony Horowitz (464 p.) MY REVIEW
- The missing ones by Patricia Gibney (424 p.) MY REVIEW
- Seas of snow by Kerensa Jennings (352 p.) MY REVIEW
- The story of Arthur Truluv by Elizabeth Berg (240 p.) *still on my TBR
- Two days gone by Randall Silvis (400 p.) MY REVIEW
- Local girl missing by Claire Douglas (368 p.) MY REVIEW
- The birdwatcher by William Shaw (336 p.) MY REVIEW
- I found you by Lisa Jewell (352 p.) MY REVIEW
- A place called Winter by Patrick Gale (354 p.) *still on my TBR
- Call of the undertow by Linda Cracknell (256 p.) MY REVIEW
- Malagash by Joey Comeau (182 p.) MY REVIEW
- Evensong by Kate Southwood (240 p.) MY REVIEW
- What she knew by Gilly Macmillan (496 p.) MY REVIEW
20 subtract the three I didn’t get to = 17 books
PLUS, these four books:
Twenty-one titles and 7,300 pages.
A small dent in my TBR was created, and I mean small.