The To Be Read Challenge

The To-Be-Read Challenge

36 books to be read in a year from my virtual and wooden bookshelves.

Finished!
2017

1. The Eiger Sanction / Trevanian
2. Therapy / David Lodge
3. Everything is illuminated / Jonathan Safran Foer
4. The voice of doom / Adrian Wright
5. The great mortality / John Kelly
6. Five go on a strategy away day / Bruno Vincent
7. Road to Oxiana / Robert Byron
8. Gone without a trace / Mary Torjussen
9. 84 Charing Cross Road / Helene Hanff
10. The Duchess of Bloomsbury Street / Helene Hanff
11. India : A million mutinies now / V.S. Naipaul
12. Around the world in eighty days / Jules Verne
13. The betrayal / Helen Dunmore
14. The Brothers Lionheart / Astrid Lindgren
15. Passenger to Frankfurt / Agatha Christie
16. The call of Cthulhu and other weird tales / H.P. Lovecraft
17. The silent traveller in London / Chiang Yee
18. The girl on the train / Paula Hawkins
19. Time is the fire : the best of Connie Willis
20. Why shoot a butler? / Georgette Heyer
21. The journals of Arnold Bennett
22. Dancers in mourning / Margery Allingham
23. The Grey King / Susan Cooper
24. Eating people is wrong / Malcolm Bradbury
25. The noise of time / Julian Barnes
26. Before she met me / Julian Barnes
27. William and ARP / Richmal Crompton
28. At the Existentialist cafe / Sarah Bakewell
29. Comic sagas and tales from Iceland
20. The beautiful years / Henry Williamson
21. Don Quixote / Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
22. As I walked out one midsummer morning / Laurie Lee
23. When breath becomes air / Paul Kalanithi
24. A bear called Paddington / Michael Bond
25. Three to get deadly / Janet Evanovich
26. SPQR / Mary Beard
27. 20,000 leagues under the sea / Jules Verne
28. The Pan book of horror stories / selected by Herbert van Thal
29. The Count of Monte Cristo / Alexandre Dumas pere
30. Chernobyl Prayer / Svetlana Alexievich
31. The wire in the blood / Val McDermid

2016
27/36
1. Larkswood / Valerie Mendes
2. Fire over England / A.E.W. Mason
3. How to live on a canal boat / Vaughan Tucker
4. The death of Lucy Kyte / Nicola Upson
5. The children's crusade / Henry Treece
6. Blackout / Connie Willis
7. Cheri / Colette
8. All clear / Connie Willis
9. Paris after the liberation : 1944-1949 / Antony Beevor and Artemis Cooper
10. Get Wallace / Alexander Wilson
11. Death at the bar / Ngaio Marsh
12. The ghost fields / Elly Griffiths
13. Sophie's choice / William Styron
14. The art of racing in the rain / Garth Stein
15. The Malevolent Comedy / Edward Marston
16. The last of Chéri / Colette
17. The muses are heard / Truman Capote
18. The White Twilight / Madeleine Polland
19. Frenchman's Creek / Daphne du Maurier
20. The wheel spins / Ethel Lina White
21. It's all absolutely fine / Ruby Elliot
22. Maigret's holiday / Georges Simenon
23. One for the money / Janet Evanovich
24. Where do camels belong? / Ken Thompson
25. Reasons for staying alive / Matt Haig
26. Blind goddess / Anne Holt
27. Two for the dough / Janet Evanovich

2015 
27/36
Hoping for more success in 2016!
1. The Railway / Hamid Ismailov
2. The Ipcress File / Len Deighton
3. The time traveller's guide to medieval England / Ian Mortimer
4. Mrs. Robinson's disgrace / Kate Summerscale
5. The Middle Temple Murder / Joseph Smith Fletcher
6. The fishing fleet / Anne de Courcy
7. Rivers of London / Ben Aaronovitch
8. The last enemy / Richard Hillary
9. The cuckoo's calling / Robert Galbraith
10. Last chronicle of Barset / Anthony Trollope
11. Overture to death / Ngaio Marsh
12. The Kon-Tiki expedition / Thor Heyerdahl
13. The subtle knife / Philip Pullman
14. Born Free / Joy Adamson
15. The mask of Dimitrios / Eric Ambler
16. The amber spyglass / Philip Pullman
17. Death in a white tie / Ngaio Marsh
18. Les miserables / Victor Hugo
19. Pyramids / Terry Pratchett
20. Medieval graffiti / Matthew Champion
21. The secret adversary / Agatha Christie
22. You think you know me / Clare Chase
23. The thin man / Dashiell Hammett
24. The time traveller's guide to Elizabeth England / Ian Mortimer
25. The man in the queue / Josephine Tey
26. One good turn / Kate Atkinson
27. Vanity Fair / William Makepeace Thackeray

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