Friday, December 26, 2008

2009 TBR (Lite) Challenge

Dates: 1 January 2009 through 31 December 2009
Host: Jenn

There are three levels of participation –
  • OPTION A: read 6 books in 12 months ~ your list of books CANNOT be changed, but you are allowed to have an “Alternates” list to choose from (like in the Original TBR Challenge).

  • OPTION B: read 6 books in 12 months ~ you CAN change your reading list throughout the year

  • OPTION C: make up a list of however many books you think you could get read in 12 months, as long as they are from your TBR stack/list, and then read them between January 1st and December 31st. You must have at least 3 books on your list.
And the other general guidelines are these:
  • You are allowed to overlap with other challenges
  • Audiobooks are allowed
  • e-Books are allowed, but must still be books that you’ve wanted to read for at least 3, or more, months
  • You should still have a list of books posted somewhere for others to see
  • You don’t have to read your books in the order you put them on your list
I've chosen Option B (six books in twelve months).

See my original post about the challenge here.
See the challenge announcement page here.
See the Yahoo Group for the challenge here.

READING LIST (finished books):
  1. Cover Her Face. P.D. James [see review]
  2. The Age of Innocence. Edith Wharton [see review]
  3. The Master. Colm Toibin [see review]
  4. Rest In Pieces. Rita Mae Brown
  5. Hotel Du Lac. Anita Brookner [see review]
  6. Solaris. Stanislaw Lem [see review]
  7. The Great Victorian Collection. Brian Moore [see review]
  8. Blasphemy. Douglas Preston
  9. Angels & Insects. A.S. Byatt [see review]
  10. The Private Patient. P.D. James
  11. Angels & Demons. Dan Brown [see review]
  12. The Way Through the Woods. Colin Dexter [see review]
  13. The Optimist's Daughter. Eudora Welty [see review]
  14. Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH. Robert C. O'Brien [see review]
  15. Moon Tiger. Penelope Lively
  16. Rabbit Is Rich. John Updike [see review]
  17. Victory Over Japan. Ellen Gilchrist [see review]

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