20 Books of Summer Reading Challenge #20BooksOfSummer20

Once again, I plan to partake in the 20 Books of Summer Reading Challenge created by Cathy at 746books.comHer rules are simple:

If you want to join in, just nab her Books of Summer image, pick your own 20 books you would like to read and link back to her Master post from 1 June to let her know that you are taking part.  She’d love your support and hopes some of you will join in the summer reading fun!

Choosing your list of books is half the fun, as is following along with everyone’s progress on this years new #20booksofsummer20 hashtag.

The challenge starts off on Monday 1 June and finishes on Tuesday 1 September.

Here are the TWENTY TITLES I plan to read for the challenge this year:

  1. Remain Silent” by Susie Steiner
  2. A Bad, Bad, Thing” by Elena Forbes
  3. The Sea Gate” by Jane Johnson
  4. The Invitation” by Rachel Abbott
  5. Nine Elms” by Robert Bryndza
  6. The Girl from Widow Hills” by Megan Miranda
  7. Weycombe” by G.M. Malliet
  8. Seven Lies” by Elizabeth Kay
  9. The Song of Hartgrove Hall” by Natasha Solomons
  10. The Bookshop at Water’s End” by Patti Callahan Henry
  11. Woman of the Dunes” by Sarah Maine
  12. The Island Child” by Molly Aitken
  13. Poor Little Rich Girl” by Phyllis Mallett
  14. Buried” by Lynda La Plante
  15. Rules for Moving” by Nancy Star
  16. The Second Home” by Christina Clancy
  17. The River Home” by Hannah Richell
  18. My Kind of People” by Lisa Duffy
  19. The Crossing” by Matt Brolly
  20. The Whispering House” by Elizabeth Brooks


About Fictionophile

Fiction reviewer ; Goodreads librarian. Retired library cataloger - more time to read! Loves books, gardening, and red wine. I have been a reviewer member of NetGalley since October 2013. I review titles offered by Edelweiss, and participate in blog tours with TLC Book Tours.
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33 Responses to 20 Books of Summer Reading Challenge #20BooksOfSummer20

  1. Pingback: Reading Challenge: 20 Books of Summer '20 - Bookish Ayushi's Book Blog

  2. Excellent list, Lynne💜 I’m reading The Second Home now.

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  3. These look like ideal summer reads.

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  4. Susan says:

    Seven Lies is coming up for me as well!


  5. Some awesome books there! Happy reading!! X

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  6. I don’t think I know any of these books! Good luck with the challenge. I couldn’t do it – I read much too slowly.

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  7. what a great list with some titles and covers that looks fabulous. i know you can do it!

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  8. Fantastic list! Good luck and happy summer reading!!

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  9. eLPy says:

    Oh this is a great idea! Thank you for sharing, I just might have to partake (even though I can’t imagine myself actually getting through 20 books in a summer, though maybe with audiobooks I can!). Plus I love the whole 20 Books of Summer 20, the year 2020 is just begging for this. 😉

    Honestly I don’t know anything about your list! I think you might have mentioned The Crossing before? That one sounds familiar to me. What I find really interesting is what I love about bookstores: SO MANY BOOKS. It’s incredible and lovely that there are so so many books alive in the world that we could all post 20 books and they be different. How awesome! 😀

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  10. Good luck Lynne and happy reading! xx

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  11. carhicks says:

    Fantastic list Lynne. I have a few of these on my TBR, so unless I get them read before you,
    probably not, I am looking forward to your reviews. Of course, there are also some I will be checking out for new additions to Mount TBR.

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  12. What a great list! Thanks so much for taking part – good luck and happy reading!


  13. Damyanti Biswas says:

    Quite an interesting list. I may add a few to my own tbr from this list.

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  14. Intentergy says:

    I would love to join in on the #20BooksOfSummer20! I will have to prepare my list to share. Happy Reading!
    – Melanie A. Peters of http://www.intentergy.com

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  15. James McEwan says:

    I admire how you find the time – good luck and enjoy your reading.

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